Spring is approaching and people are looking for some lighter food and wine to match traditional meals. Now it’s the right time to drink something sparkling eating vegetables and fruit. Among Stella Rosa Wine products it’s possible to find many kinds of light, sweet and sparkling wines.
Think about an aperitif on the terrace. It would be perfect to serve some sweet, juicy and bubbly Italian wine perhaps with light appetizers. In the Stella Rosa Wine catalog there are moscato, Stella peach, Stella berry, Stella rosso and more. Usually they are much appreciated wines by people who think they are tasty and refreshing, easy to drink and not too alcoholic.
Stella Rosa Wine Cocktails
Stella Rosa Wine can be drunk as a simple wine or added in a cocktail. For example, take one of the most famous, such as Cosmopolitan.
We need a bottle of Stella Rosa Moscato d’Asti, one oz of cranberry juice, one oz of triple sec, one oz of citrus vodka, lime juice and lime peel rings for garnish. Shake Stella Rosa Moscato d’Asti and other ingredients, pour into glasses and garnish with one peel ring.
This kind of wine can be used to prepare many other cocktails too: Mimosa, Cosmic Spark, Candy Cane Lane, just to name a few. However, it’s perfect as a dessert wine too, to go with cakes and biscuits or to flavour strawberries. In this case you can add some Stella Rosa Platinum to pieces of fruit, with some sugar, lemon juice and a little grated ginger. Then put it in the fridge for some hours and serve at the end of the meal.
Don’t forget that the light wine is really good to prepare the palate to a more important one. After starting with Stella Rosa Wine it’s a must to choose something to match the main dish.
A red Tuscan wine as Chianti will be perfect to go with roasted meat or spaghetti Bolognese. Red Italian wine is excellent with some traditional American dishes as Boston baked beans, stuffed baked potatoes, pumpkin soup or corn chowder.
After such a great dinner it remains only to satisfy a curiosity. It’s possible that people want to know the way the most important wines in the world are made.
The best you can hope for is to manage a trip to Italy, the land of the best red wines, and join an interesting Tuscan winery tour.