The Sisters Pinot Rosé is an absolute fan favourite, as well as gaining recognition as one of the top 10 Rosé wines of summer by Dish magazine.
Usually, we just chill our pink, simply pouring it on its own as a refreshing aperitif, or as a partner for seafood, charcuterie, salads, fresh fruit. Rosé wine is perfect, enjoyed chilled from the fridge to your lips. But in case you get bored of your rosé, you can easily make cocktails with it.
- 100ml The Sisters pinot rosé
- 20ml raspberry-flavoured vodka
- 40ml pink grapefruit juice
- Chilled white lemonade to top up
Pour the wine, vodka and juice into a tall tumbler half-filled with ice. Stir gently then top up with lemonade, adding as much or as little as you like. Garnish with a strawberry.
Recipe Credit| The Telegraph UK
Basil Lemonade Rosé Wine
- 2 large basil leaves, roughly torn
- 1 lemon wedge
- 150 ml The Sisters pinot rosé
- 30ml citrus vodka
- Simple syrup, as needed
- Crushed Ice
Place basil and lemon in a glass and muddle well. Fill glass with ice, then add rose and citrus vodka. Stir. Add simple syrup, if desired.
Rosé Wine Slushy
- Bottle of The Sisters Pinot Rosé
- 120ml Rose lemonade
- Ice Cubes
- Sprig of Lavender
Freeze bottle of rosé in ice cube trays (overnight). Combine frozen rosé, Rose lemonade and a handful of ice cubes in a blender. Blend until all ice cubes have been crushed and when it’s at your desired consistency. Serve in a cute coupe with a sprig of lavender.
Recipe and Photography Credit| Style Me Pretty
Strawberry Basil Rosé Wine Slushy
- 70ml The Sisters Pinot Rosé
- 1 cup frozen strawberries
- Rosé Wine Ice Cubes
- 4 Basil Leaves
(Pour 1 cup Rosé into ice cube trays and freeze. Blend all ingredients together until smooth. Serve in chilled stemless glasses. Garnish with a sprig of basil and strawberry.
Recipe credit to HelloGlowBlog
Rosé Pomegranate Cooler
- 150ml The Sisters Pinot Rosé
- 1 cup crushed ice
- Sparkling Water
Crush the ice. Pour the Pinot Rosé into a glass. Add some of the pomegranate.Top up with sparkling water to your taste and garnish with pomegranate seeds.
Recipe and Photo credit to Kate at Elka Knitwear