Red Wine Cobbler

So, today we are going to take a look at a quite known, to you, cocktail! Remember the Sherry Cobbler Cocktail I posted about two weeks ago? It was really easy to make and its primary ingredient was the Amontillado Sherry wine!

But what do you do when you don’t have a Sherry wine? Are you supposed to go out and buy one just for a single cocktail? Well, of course not! You see, you can still make a Cobbler with any red wine you might already have! A Red Wine Cobbler to be exact! And that is my cocktail recipe suggestion for you today!

Don’t leave just yet! It’s not the same cocktail! Keep reading! (Besides, you might like that more!)

Though it is still an easy drink to make, the preparation method and the ingredients used are slightly different and this is the reason why I decided to dedicate a whole new post for this cocktail version! Apart from using any red wine instead of the Sherry, the sugar part and garnish are replaced and contrary to the Sherry Cobber, the Red Wine Cobbler is not shaken at all!

But enough with this talk, let’s get to the Red Wine Cobbler recipe.

Ingredients

  • 120ml / 4 parts red wine
  • 15ml / 1/2 part simple syrup
  • An orange slice (for the garnish)
  • 2 raspberries (for the garnish)
  • 2 blueberries* (for the garnish)

*You may use any other fruits of your preference if you wish to.

Preparation

Pour the red wine into a wine glass or a tumbler glass filled with crushed ice. Add the simple syrup and garnish with the orange slice , raspberries and blueberries (or the fruits of your liking). Well, what do you know?! Your Red Wine Cobbler is ready to serve! That simple!

How about you take a look at how you can make the Red Wine Cobbler cocktail?

Contrary to the Sherry Cobber, the Red Wine Cobbler is not shaken at all! Click To Tweet
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Hello, my name is Anastasia and I will be your host for this blog. I am a dedicated fan of Jane Austen’s writing, I love travelling, dinner with friends and I believe that there is nothing better to accompany those precious moments than a glass of perfect wine.