For National Rosé Day, 3 refreshing cocktails to enjoy

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Saturday, June 11, is National Rosé Day.And while you may not need an excuse to “rosé all day” — here’s one just the same. Here are three simple rosé-based cocktails in case you don’t want to drink the wine of summer straight-up. From a morning sip to a recipe perfect for a crowd, everything you need to celebrate National Rosé Day in style is here.  DRISCOLL’S ROSE WINE STRAWBERRIES ARE RIPE FOR SUMMERMorning RoseAt Bistronomy by Nico in historic downtown Charleston, South Carolina, the Morning Rose cocktail is among the most popular choice for brunch.
This beautiful Morning Rose cocktail comes from Bistronomy by Nico in Charleston, S.C. It’s a hugely popular drink choice for brunch.
It’s a light and aromatic cocktail that uses sparkling rosé to balance the sweetness. It’s the perfect drink to kick off your day. Ingredients1 oz vodka 1/2 oz Cocchi Rosa 1/2 oz Lillet Blanc1/2 Orange Cordial Splash Rose Water Sparkling Rosé
Saturday, June 11, is National Rosé Day — maybe the perfect day to have a little celebration with friends or family.
(iStock)Instructions In a champagne glass, add all ingredients except sparkling rosé. Gently stir. Top with sparkling rose to the top of the glass and serve. GO BEYOND THE COB: 3 CORN DIP RECIPES TO TRY THIS SUMMERRosé All DayPlenty of rose and a little bit of vodka make up this Rosé All Day cocktail.It’s served at ATRIO, which is located inside the Conrad New York Downtown.
This lovely Rosé All Day cocktail comes from ATRIO, which is located inside the Conrad New York Downtown.
(Conrad New York Downtown)Ingredients6 oz Rosé Wine1 oz Absolut Fuji1/4 oz lemon1/8 oz simple syrup1/4 oz St-GermainClub sodaIceInstructions Build in a wine glass with ice.Top with club soda. Garnish with fruit (optional).RAISE A GLASS TO WORLD PALOMA DAY WITH THIS KICKED-UP COCKTAIL RECIPEWhen Palomas CryPerfect for a tequila lover, this recipe is meant for a crowd. It comes from Vivino, the world’s largest online wine marketplace and most downloaded wine app. 
This When Palomas Cry drink comes from Vivino, the largest online marketplace in the world — and the most downloaded wine app.
(Vivino)”Rosé from Provence is as adult as rosé gets,” Joel Caruso, Vivino’s U.S. brand ambassador, told Fox News Digital. “It has an earthiness that will remind you of crushed rocks — and this minerality will enhance the earthiness of the agave.”Ingredients2 bottles Provence rosé1 bottle blanco tequila½ bottle mezcal18 oz lime juice3/4 bottle grapefruit liqueur (liter-size bottle)24 oz grapefruit soda or lemon-lime soda (The traditional drink is made with grapefruit, but if you can’t find that, any lemon-lime soda will work!)CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPInstructions Combine all ingredients in a pitcher with ice and stir well. Garnish with grapefruit peel. Wrap paper bags around glassware for extra fun! Genevieve Shaw Brown is a contributing lifestyle reporter for Fox News Digital.

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