This ginger and pomegranate cocktail is the perfect way to kick off holiday entertaining.
Disclosure: I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.
I know, it’s only autumn. The leaves are still falling and changing color, we haven’t made it through Halloween yet, but I’m still thinking about the Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The holiday season and home entertaining go hand-in-hand around here. Which of course means cocktails. You know I love a good cocktail, right?!
How about a ginger pomegranate cocktail? It’s light, refreshing, and perfect for serving with appetizers as your guests arrive.
- Crios Rosé of Malbec
- Ginger Ale
- Pomegranate Arils
- Add your ice in a glass.
- Top with 1/3 cup of ginger ale.
- Top the glass with Crios Rosé of Malbec.
- Garnish with pomegranate arils.
ABOUT CRIOS ROSÉ OF MALBEC
- The inspirational message of the wine: Look at life differently
- Life lesson and tasting notes: Susana Balbo, Argentina’s leading and most innovative winemaker, revolutionized the face of Malbec by taking a classic red wine and imagining something new.
- Curiosity led Susana to make and ingenious Rosé of Malbec, a one-of-a-kind dry wine filled with notes of wild strawberry, red cherry, and hints of spice.
- Pairing: Chicken and spicy Asian foods
- Brief descriptors: Vibrant, dry and full-bodied
Crios is a family-owned brand by Susana Balbo, Argentina’s leading and most innovative winemaker.
Crios in Spanish means “offspring” and was created by Susana as a tribute to her son, José, and daughter, Ana. Nowadays, Susana’s children have joined the family business and add their young-adult point of view to the wines that are dedicated to their family bond.
Crios wines are harvested from specific areas in Mendoza and Salta in Argentina, where grapes are optimal for the fruit-forward style of Crios.
Contrary to many entry-level brands, Crios wines have a background, a story behind. Each wine carries an inspirational message that also represents either a milestone in Susana’s personal and professional life or the story about how the wine was made.
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