Tricolor Berry Wine for Snazzy Boozin’ on Game Day

If you’re a fan of white wine sangria, this is the drink for you! It’s colorful, a tad sweet (which will depend mostly on what wine you choose), and awesome served cold. With spring upon us as we kick of March Madness, this is the perfect cocktail hour drink to serve up as nighttime hoops get going on the ol’ boob tube!

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Tricolor Berry Wine

Recipe by Addie of Addie’s Confetti Kitchen

How to infuse:
1 cup blueberries, blackberries and raspberries (⅓ cup of each)
16 oz pinot grigio (whatever brand you prefer)

Directions: Place berries 16 oz ball jar. Fill jar with pinot grigio. Seal lid and store in a cool place. (You do not need to store in a fridge). 24 hours later your alcohol will be infused!

How to drink:
8 oz infused wine
1 (750-milliliter) bottle pinot grigio
1 (1-liter) bottle club soda, chilled
3/4 cup simple syrup*

Directions: Combine all ingredients in pitcher. Serve over ice.

*To make a simple syrup combine 1 cup granulated sugar with 1 cup water in a saucepan over heat until the sugar has dissolved.

Adia Benson, known as Addie, was born and raised in Minnesota, where she spent cold winters playing hockey on her frozen over backyard and summers on her brother’s soccer team (the girl is competitive!). Although her career took her to a kitchen, she has remained a sports fan and finds any opportunity to host friends and family around a game. She has worked for the likes of Thomas Keller, Martha Stewart and in culinary innovation for two years at gravitytank in Chicago. She currently lives in Lake Forest, IL with her fiancé, Alex, and puppy, Paisley, and works at Prime Publishing overseeing the production of culinary content for web platforms and testing recipes that will be published in cookbooks beginning in 2017. Addie also runs Addie’s Confetti Kitchen, where, for the next month, she’s helping us make March Madness eats effortless, appetizing, and a whole lot of fun for everyone!

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