Rosé or lemonade? We can't get enough of either during the summertime, and thankfully you won't have to choose with this cool concoction from Dessert For Two! It's the best of both worlds: a combination of tart and tangy homemade lemonade with the fruity brightness of wine that'll keep you cool all summer long.
"If the two most refreshing things about summertime got together in a glass, it would be this rosé lemonade," says Christina of Dessert For Two. "I used my favorite non-sparkling French rosé, but you could definitely use a brut rosé. There are some great domestic ones (I love Mum, Gloria Ferrer, and Handley Cellars). Or, you could use sparkling lemonade."
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|For the lemonade:||¼ cup sugar|
|¼ cup water||¼ cup fresh lemon juice|
|1 cup cold water||For the rest:|
|1 cup rosé wine|
To make the lemonade, combine the water and sugar in a small saucepan. Bring to a boil, and stir to dissolve the sugar. Let cool.
Add the fresh lemon juice and water to the sugar mixture and stir to dissolve. Refrigerate until cold.
Before serving, mix the lemonade with the rosé wine. Divide between two glasses and serve.
Note: You can substitute store-bought lemonade.