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Is there anything more refreshing than a cool glass of white wine on a summer patio? We think not! But here are five ways to make it even cooler
Freezing wine into your fruit popsicles is a delicious way to incorporate a Sauvignon Blanc into a refreshing summer treat (photo above). Can’t wait to cool down? Blend frozen fruit with wine to make a colourful wine slushie.
Want a wine float that will transport you to the tropics? Combine 1 part Sauvignon Blanc with 2 parts pineapple juice then top with a scoop of coconut ice cream and chill out.
Try freezing Sauvignon Blanc into ice cubes and adding those to your glass so that your wine stays cool without diluting the flavour. Make your ice extra stylish by using fun-shaped trays like these diamonds or some fun fruity pineapples.
Frozen berries will not only chill your glass of wine, but also act as a pretty garnish. The bonus? As the berries thaw, you’ll get to enjoy the nutritious treats.
Invigorate patio parties with delicious, easy-to-make wine cocktails like the Rhuby Rad (see recipe below). The tart lemon and rhubarb flavours, combined with Sauvignon Blanc will keep you coming back for more.
For the cocktail
*For the rhubarb syrup
¾ cup thinly chopped rhubarb
½ cup sugar
½ cup water
For one batch (8 servings) rhubarb syrup
Note: a vegetable peeler works well for making long rhubarb ribbons.