We’ve just wrapped up celebrating Rosé Day, but at Scott Harvey Wines, we celebrate all month, if not all summer. Rosés are so versatile. Here are ten ways to use Rosé when you’re not relaxing with a glass on the veranda.

1.  Create a Spritzer Bar

This is one of our favorite party activities. We provide various mix-ins like fresh herbs (basil, mint), fruit slices (berries, citrus), or even flavored syrups or liqueurs. We use frozen fruit along with sparkling water and juices. Guests can personalize their spritzer by adding preferred ingredients to their Rosé wine.

2. Rosé Wine Reduction

Simmer rose wine with a touch of sugar, some herbs (such as thyme or lavender), and a squeeze of citrus juice to create a flavorful reduction. This can be drizzled over grilled meats like chicken or pork or even used to glaze roasted vegetables for an elegant touch.

3. Rosé Wine Popsicles

.Make delicious wine-infused ice popsicles by mixing rose wine with fresh fruit juices, such as peach or raspberry, and freezing them in popsicle molds. It’s a fun and adult-friendly treat for hot summer days.

4. Rosé Cocktail Creations

Experiment with rose wine in cocktails to create unique libations. For example, try mixing rose wine with elderflower liqueur and a splash of soda for a delicate and floral spritz. Or combine it with gin, grapefruit juice, and a hint of rosemary syrup for a herbaceous twist.

5. Rosé Wine-Marinated Fruits

Marinate fresh fruits like peaches, apricots, or cherries in rose wine with a touch of sugar and a squeeze of lemon or lime juice. Allow the fruits to soak in the wine for a few hours or overnight. The wine will infuse the fruit with its flavor, creating a refreshing, boozy snack. Serve them on their own or as a topping for yogurt, ice cream, or cakes

6. Rosé Wine Jelly

Transform your rose wine into a delightful jelly that can be enjoyed with toast, scones, or a topping for desserts. Combine the wine with sugar, pectin, and a hint of lemon juice, then follow a standard jelly-making process. It’s a delightful accompaniment to cheese boards, charcuterie
platters, or enjoyed on toast. You can experiment with different fruit flavors and spices to enhance the jelly’s taste.

7. An elixir for stress relief and anxiety control

Sip the wine slowly and mindfully. Rose wine contains antioxidants and polyphenols that may have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective

lounging with rose

8. Rosé Wine Pairings

Experiment with food pairings specifically tailored for rosé wine. Consider pairing it with seafood like grilled shrimp or salmon, light pasta dishes,
summer salads, or even soft cheeses like goat cheese or brie.

9. Rosé-Infused Desserts

Incorporate rosé wine into your dessert recipes for a delightful twist. You can make rosé-infused sorbets jellies, or even incorporate it into the
batter of cakes or cupcakes.

10. Rose Ice Cubes

Freeze rosé wine into ice cubes and use them to chill your glass without diluting the flavor. These rosé infused cubes can add a beautiful touch to your wine or cocktail presentations.

The Jana Collection has several Rosés you can experiment with. Have you found other ways to enjoy your Rosés?


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