Dining & Entertainment

Summer Brunch Cocktail Recipes with Fine Wine & Good Spirits

Positive Publicity is teaming up again with Fine Wine and Good Spirits for another cocktail recipe post! We’ve chatted with FW&GS in the past about cozy cocktails during the winter months, but now we’re diving into sips for summer.

As the weather warms up and the sun peaks out, Saturdays and Sundays mean one thing – brunch. Eggs and French Toast are a must, but everyone recognizes the true star of this makeshift meal – the mid-morning cocktail. While Mimosas are a brunch classic, the Bloody Mary is a flavorful alternative that can be tailored to your taste buds, even more easily now with this handy guide courtesy of the experts at Fine Wine & Good Spirits.

Are you a pickle juice enthusiast or a Sriracha loyalist? A cayenne fan or rosemary aficionado? Can you never have too many garnishes, so you load up on all of that bacon and shrimp goodness? No matter what your style, Fine Wine & Good Spirits easy-to-reference guide will help you find your perfect personalized mix every time. Grab the essentials at your local Fine Wine & Good Spirits or at FWGS.com, and start experimenting! For me, the spicier the Bloody Mary, the better!

If you’re not a Bloody Mary fan, FW&GS sent over two other refreshing cocktail recipes for the summer:

Cranberry Pear Bellini – Serves eight

  • 1 c pear nectar
  • 1 c cranberry juice cocktail
  • 1 750-mL bottle Prosecco or other dry sparkling white wine

In a small pitcher, combine pear nectar and cranberry juice. Pour ¼ cup juice mixture into each of eight Champagne glasses. Dividing evenly, top with Prosecco or other dry sparkling white wine.

Classic Mimosa – Serves eight

Fill Champagne flutes ¼ full with orange juice. Add Champagne or sparkling wine to fill glass ¾ full. Top each drink with 1 tablespoon Grand Marnier.

Cheers! ❤

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