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8 delicious wine cocktails to make this weekend

Give us ALL THE WINE.

HAVING A NIGHT in with a bottle of wine seems like a good idea right now. But why not spruce it up?

As the wise philosphers D:Ream once said, thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiings, can only get better.

1. Wine and 7up, with a twist

Irish women love adding 7up to their wine, but it’s even better if you throw in some mixed berries and make it into a sangria. Skip the extra booze if you’re keeping it simple.

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2. Apple and Pink Julep

Finally, a way to get rid of that port you bought for your mam to drink over Christmas. This recipe just requires port, mint leaves, and some apple juice. Sure it’s practically two of your five a day.

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3. Princess of the Hive

Moscato, gin, lemon juice and peach schnapps. What’s not to like?

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4. San Francisco Sangaree

Here’s one for the red wine lovers. Merlot, bourbon and cherries. You classy yoke.

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5. Basil lemonade

It’s like a lemonade for grown ups. Just don’t leave it in the fridge if you have kids around.

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6. Grapefruit white wine sparkler

If you’re also resisting polishing off that gin, don’t. Combine it to make this gloriously refreshing concoction.

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7. The momscato

Moscato, cranberry, cherry vodka and marshmallows? GIMMIE.

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8. The refresher

Another boozy yet refreshing choice to whip up in minutes. Now, if only you had the weather outside to match.

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