July 4, 2017
The newest thing in the rosé category: Beso Del Sol pink sangria, just in time for 4th of July
Social media fans are embracing hashtags such as #RoseAllDay, and new rosé categories are on the rise: for example, sparkling rosé is growing at 19%, two times faster than still rosé wines.
Just in time for the 4th of July, there is a new way to enjoy rosé: in sangria! By E.U. law, authentic sangria must be made of wine from Spain or Portugal, to which fruits and spices are added. Many people think that alcohol, such a brandy, is also an official ingredient; however according to E.U. law it is not.
One great new sangria to try is Beso Del Sol Pink, which is available across America: the wine is 100% Tempranillo, from the Valdepeñas region of Spain, flavored with all-natural Spanish orange, lemon, peach, and mango, as well as a touch of Spanish cinnamon. At only 74 calories per serving, Beso Del Sol Pink offers a delicious lower-alcohol choice, which is also eco-friendly as it comes in both small and large boxes: $4.99 for a 500mL TetraPak which holds three glasses of wine, and $19.99 for a 3-liter box which holds four bottles and stays fresh for two months after opening. Beso Del Sol also comes in glass, magnum-sized bottles (1.5L, for $12.99).
This 4th of July, think red, white, and rosé!
Stone Fruit Frosé
1. Fill serving glass ½ full of ice
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