7 Clear & Sparkly White Wine Sippers for Summer!Kelsey Banfield
I don’t know about you, but in the summer I switch to white. White wine, that is. I banish the heavy reds to the cellar and still with the refreshing white wine cocktails. Sometimes I go crazy and make them with prosecco or, maybe even, champagne. It really depends on what I have on hand. White wine pairs so well with many things, especially the fruits and veggies of summer. Enjoy a nice board of cheese, fruits, salad, and nuts in the backyard, pour yourself one of these cocktails and enjoy!
7 Sparkling and Clear White Wine Summer Sippers 1 of 8
Fruity White Wine Spritzer 2 of 8
This delicious spritzer can be such a go-to drink for busy weeknights. It is a cinch to pull together with one hand and it so refreshing when it is hot outside!
Photo: Kelsey Banfield
White Wine Frothy 3 of 8
A wine frothy? Yes, please! This is an amazing way to serve white wine. I can totally see myself sipping one of these pool side next month!
Photo: Kathy Patalsky
White Wine Sangria 4 of 8
Sangria is a classic summer cocktail. Keep yours clear and refreshing with this awesome recipe. Everyone will love the festive flavor and light, clean taste!
Photo: Aggie Goodman
Bellini 5 of 8
Perhaps one of summers most popular cocktails, this peach and prosecco drink is popular for good reason. Whip some up with fresh peaches and enjoys your light and fruity drink for brunch or dinner!
Photo: Paula Jones
Frozen Berry Bellini 6 of 8
This gorgeous dark bellini is prosecco mixed with frozen berries. Genius! After you go berry picking this summer don't forget to set some aside to make this gorgeous, frozen delight.
Photo: Paula Jones
The English Rose 7 of 8
This gorgeous cocktail is named the English Rose because of the beautiful rose color. This would be an ideal summer sipper for a garden party or informal gathering!
French 77 8 of 8
This awesome cocktail is swirl with St. Germain, an elderflower liquor. It is perfect for sipping during summer and would be even be great served at a wedding!
Photo: Macki Cayloma