It’s Memorial Day Weekend … the unofficial beginning of summer.
And that means … it’s officially Spritzer Season!
Allow me to once again share my Classic White Wine Spritzer recipe.
Can we really call it a recipe … it’s so simple?
You can read all about it, and print a copy, here.
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All you need is your favorite white wine, sparking water or club soda and, if you like,
a slice of citrus.
I love my cold drinks COLD and add ice to my spritzers.
If you do the same, perhaps go a bit lighter on the sparking water or club soda so melting ice doesn’t water down your spritzer too much.
Last Friday I mixed my favorite of favorites the Classic White Wine Spritzer on Instagram Live.
My apologies for the lame presentation … as I said, it was my first time.
Things can only get better from here, right?!
I love a slice of citrus in my spritzer … lemon, lime, orange and even grapefruit.
Half the fun of cocktail hour is a pretty presentation.
Did you get a good look at this
I have a collection of melamine covered birch wood trays …
they’re the best for outdoor entertaining.
Now off you go to mix yourself a spritzer, post a photo and tag me on your social media …
I want to see!
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Last night we had friends over for dinner … our first outdoor entertaining of the year. Or so we thought. After enjoying appetizers and cocktails around the fire pit we decided it was too cold to eat outside and quickly moved the table setting indoors. I even fired up our indoor fireplace. Somehow eating a menu, meant to be enjoyed outdoors, indoors seemed a bit odd …
but what can you do?
I made another of my favorite summer and fall (who are we kidding … year-round) spritzers … the Aperol Spritz and you can find the recipe here.
I’m really looking forward to entertaining at Snowberry this summer. Finally.
There’s going to be a lot of al fresco dining.
“Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men
(and women) have died to win them.”
~ Franklin D. Roosevelt
I hope you’re enjoying the holiday weekend while keeping our fallen heroes in your heart.
As always, I appreciate your visit and welcome your thoughts in the comments below.
Cheers from Snowberry!
Unless otherwise noted, all photos by Monica Vargas Photography.