Spice Up Your Holiday Party with these Wine-based Holiday Cocktails

Using their Authentic White and Winemaker’s Passion Riesling, Blue Nun Wines has created four wine-based holiday cocktail recipes. Served by the glass or in large format, both varietals retail nationwide for under $20 and create a tasty base for these holiday concoctions.

 

 

Blue Nun Wines Recipes for the Holidays

The Jingle Bold Blue Nun
1 oz. Your Choice of Gin
1 oz. Blue Nun Riesling White
3/4 oz. Honey
1 oz. Lemon Juice
Garnish: Basil Leaf & Lavender Sprig
Glass: Old Fashioned
Method: Pour, shake, strain, and serve

Blue Nun Holiday-gria Night
4 Cups Blue Nun Winemaker’s Passion Riesling
1/2 Pineapple
10 Sage Leaves
2 Apples, Thinly Sliced
2 Vanilla Pods
Topped with Ginger Beer
Glass: Sangria Pitcher or Punch Bowl
Method: Let all ingredients sit for 2-3 days at room temp.

Blue Nun Snow-pine
2 oz. Blue Nun Riesling
3/4 oz. Honey
1/2 oz. Lemon Juice
2 Thyme Sprigs
5 oz. Crushed Ice
Garnish: Thyme Sprig, Sugar Crystals
Method: Add ingredients into mixing bowl, Add ice, stir, serve.

Blue Nun Holiday Cheer (Pictured)
4 Cups Blue Nun Riesling
1 Bunch of Basil
1 Bunch of Rosemary
1 Cup Coconut Water
4 Peeled Lemons
1/2 Cup Maple Syrup
2 Cups Ice
Garnish: Spear a Lemon Slice with One Spring of Rosemary per glass, Add Lemon slices, Basil, and Rosemary to Punch Bowl
Method: All ingredients into mixing bowl, add ice, stir, freeze, serve.

Blue Nun, one of the world´s oldest German wine brands, was created in 1921 by H. Sichel Söhne. From there it has grown to international proportion becoming loved worldwide. In 1995, Sichel merged with Langguth. Domiciled in the city of Mainz on the Rhine, they have adopted the tradition of the monasteries of the Rhineland – from which the name Blue Nun is derived. The basis of the exceptional quality of Blue Nun wines are the grapes and the vintages from our own vineyards. Their unique method of processing the selected grapes, known as Sichel Superior Vinification, ensures that the high quality of the grapes is reflected in every glass of Blue Nun. For more information, visit bluenunwines.com.