You know I’m a huge rosé fangirl. As they say, rosé all day, right? Last month I had a really fun dinner with my girlfriends (Jaime, Kristin, Amanda, and Lauren) and we had the most insane rosé margaritas. Did you know that rosé margaritas are a thing? I know I didn’t! I thought they were so yummy, I coaxed the recipe out of the bartender and knew I absolutely had to share with you!
Rosé margaritas are perfect to serve on a fun girls’ night, or at a pool soirée… I think they’re really unexpected and so refreshing! I’m a believer in drinking rosé year-round, but especially in the summertime. I’m all for finding new ways to enjoy a fave, so I was definitely interested in a yummy rosé cocktail idea.
This recipe calls for Doña Paula Rosé of Malbec, which is an amazing new rosé I had never had before… it’s made with Malbec grapes instead of Syrah, Pinot Noir, or some of the other varietals typically used in rosé wines. Even if you’re not a fan of rosé, I’d recommend giving this one a shot, I think you’ll be surprised.
Rosé Margarita Recipe
2 oz volcán tequila
.25 oz ginger syrup
.25 oz agave organic syrup
.5 oz pomegranate juice
Add all ingredients in shake filled with ice.
Shake for 30 seconds.
Serve in a wine glass filled with fresh ice.
Top with Doña Paula Rosé of Malbec.
Garnish with lime wheel and pomegranate seeds.
What do you think– would you try a rosé margarita? Are you as big of a rosé fan as I am? Hit the comments and let me know.