Rosé – the delicious pink wine on everyone’s mind for a pretty little afternoon sip. It’s definitely in the peak of its season, so I thought I would share one of my favorite ways to enjoy the blush-colored variety, which has been rumored to be quite possibly the oldest type of wine.
We spend a lot of our summers along the shores of the Pacific Northwest, soaking up every ounce of sand-covered toes and salty air. This rosé lemonade recipe compliments an afternoon in the sun, quenching your spirited mood, while keeping it light (similar to a spritzer).
Sweeten the deal by adding an evening beach fire and you have summer on point. I just discovered the duraflame® stax® Firelogs which can last up to 3.5 hours (plenty of time to finish a pitcher of the rosé lemonade with your girlfriends).
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Cheers to a summer in the sand with rosé in your hand!
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