Aug 6, 2014

Wino Wednesday

Happy Wino Wednesday lovelies!!  I'm helping my girl Amanda host the monthly Wino Wednesday linkup!  To join us, grab the button, and link your post about wine!

This Summer I have been on a huge Prosecco kick.  I have always been a champagne girl as a fun treat and I am sticking with Prosecco now.  I love that it can be dry and have a hint of sweet to it at the same time.  It's the perfect drink for a hot Summer evening.  Josh picked up this bottle of Stellina di Notte for me as a surprise and I'm so glad he did.  It has notes of citrus, pear, melon and almonds (as I read) and isn't too sweet.  It would so delicious with some berries or peach puree in it.  We didn't have trouble finishing this either.  

*Bottle also works well as an icepack...

My love affair with Prosecco got serious in June...

... and is still going strong!  I found some fun wine accessories that I want posted below!

Cheers friends!

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  1. This sounds SO good! I love prosecco, it's my second favorite next to reds of course! Also, can we talk about how gorgeous your wedding ring is?!

  2. I haven't had prosecco in forever - now it's barely 9:00 AM and I want a glass or two!!

  3. I LOVE prosecco! It's easily one of my favorite wines! I used to have a weekly girls night every Thurs where we drank a bottle of prosecco and watched Vampire Diaries. As soon as it's back on I'm going to have to try this one!

    <3, Pamela

  4. Prosecco is my sparkly drink of choice. Love how it's sweeter than champagne and doesn't leave quite the headache the next day ha. Glad to know the bottle can also be used as an ice pack ;)

  5. I love prosecco so much! Champagne is my favorite and prosecco is a close second.

  6. Love prosecco and of course the bubbles :-D

  7. Prosecco is my favorite, right behind champagne! I love throwing in some frozen fruit and I've been dying to try making lavender simple syrup to add in. YUM!


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