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Eat, Drink, and Be (Rose)Mary

Eat, Drink, and Be (Rose)Mary

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With the holidays in full swing, we want to make sure you have your cocktails in order.  Whether you’re hosting this year or not, Stella Rosa Wines is the way to go!  Stellabrate this festive season with Eat, Drink, and Be (Rose)Mary Stella Rosa specialty cocktail.

Ingredients:

Stella Rosa Moscato d’Asti

Rosemary

Lemon

Instructions:

Fill flutes with Stella Rosa Moscato d’Asti.

Squeeze in lemon juice.

Slowly add in tall rosemary stalk (careful not to allow the wine to overflow).

Garnish with a lemon wedge.

Find your Stella Rosa holiday favorites at your local retailer or shop in-store or online from San Antonio Winery.

Moscato Rosé Spritzer

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Easy, refreshing, and delicious – this Stella Rosa Moscato Rosé wine spritz is a warm weather cocktail fave. Summer is just around the corner and it’s only fitting that you start to enjoy it with the most refreshing and delicious Stella Rosa wines.

Whether you’re planning a backyard BBQ with all your friends, hosting an intimate dinner party, or just looking for something to keep you cool and enjoy on the weekends, Stella Rosa Moscato Rosé is the summer wine for you.

Enjoy a cool wine spritzer by adding ice and a splash of sparkling mineral water to enhance the bubbles and richness to your Stella Rosa Moscato Rosé wine. Don’t forget to keep your pinks chilled. If you’re craving something a tab bit sweeter, you can also substitute sparkling water with lemon-lime soda for an additional sweetness, or simply add fresh fruits.

There you have it, your new summer wine is ready for you to enjoy and share with friends and family. Find Stella Rosa wines at your local retailer or shop online from San Antonio Winery today.

STEP UP YOUR NEXT SUMMER MEAL WITH STELLA ROSA BY YOUR SIDE

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With Stella Rosa wines you get to have the perfect pairing for every type of meal. The Originale and Imperiale collection provide an array of flavors that work well with meals, desserts, and just about anything you like to whip up in your kitchen!

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Versatility Is A Specialty

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Certain drinks are a staple in the kitchen and the best ones are those that can be used for a variety of times. Our Stella Rosa Moscato D’Asti is known as The Versatile One, which says it all. This light, effervescent white goes well with all types of foods, fruits, and desserts. It’s the best summertime wine. Moscato D’Asti can go with any summery snacks or light meals and is most refreshing when served ice cold.

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Different Kinds Of Moscato Wines

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Moscato wines are often sweet, semi-sparkling, white wines, made from blanc grapes. Today, with aisles and aisles of wine, there are multiple options for Moscato wine lovers, including sweet, semi-sweet, and red Moscato wines just to name a few.

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A Sweet Time in Sin City: Las Vegas Chocolate Festival Recap

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After a weekend in Las Vegas, we’re still winding down from all the excitement and shenanigans – as it always seems to go, right? We spent a night in Aria at the Las Vegas Chocolate Festival & Pastry Show, entertaining guests who were there to feed their chocolate addiction. What better beverage to sip on with chocolate than the semi-sweet and lightly sparkling flavors of Stella Rosa?

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Wine Professor Presents: The Basics of Red Wine

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Chances are, you’ve had a few glasses of red wine. But, do you know exactly why that glass of wine is red? The hue of red wine comes from a wide variety of grapes that are anywhere from red to maroon to purple to blue. Particularly, it’s the skin of these grapes that create the unique and profound color of red wine. During the process of wine creation, the juice is in contact with the skin of the grape, which facilitates the color (not to mention tannins) within the wine. Of course, with each individual wine, the color variation is contingent on the type of grape and the amount of time the skin touches the grape juice.

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