For all those fans of the pink wine rosé, there’s a new frozen wine cocktail in town, appropriately named frosé. It’s a trend that you’re likely to see at city bars and locally at Novara in Milton where mixologist Jenna Desrosiers puts her own spin on the popular summer drink. Their frosé has a touch of limoncello (a nod to the restaurant’s Italian cuisine) and comes in three fruity and herbaceous flavors. There’s the original, which contains rosé, limoncello, lemon juice and fresh fruit, the black raspberry that incorporates fresh blackberries and Framboise, and the cucumber, which swaps cucumber for berries.
Follow this recipe to make a batch of berry frosé for your next summer party:
1 750 ml bottle of rosé
1/2 cup sugar
1 oz limoncello
1 oz fresh lemon juice
1 handful of mixed berries
Blend all the ingredients with ice and serve in glasses with a berry garnish.
Novara, 556 Adams St, Milton, 617-696-8400, novararestaurant.com