Did you know that National Rosé Day is in June?! On June 9th (2018) we get to celebrate a daily holiday that actually has some merit and what better way to celebrate than with one of my favorite things: a margarita! Give this Rosé margarita a try, the recipe makes two…but I’m not saying you have to share!
Here in Arizona it gets hot…that’s no secret…the secret is how I deal with the heat: with margaritas of course! This rosé margarita is blended with plenty of ice so it’s cool, refreshing, and has the kick we’re all looking for in a margarita. It’s the perfect drink to celebrate National Rosé Day or any other day for that matter!
National Rosé Day
National Rosé Day is June 9th. It was first introduced as a National Holiday in 2014 and it has been going strong ever since. It’s gathered quite the fun following in recent years and I thought it deserved to have a margarita all its own!
Rosé wine is make with red grapes despite it’s clear coloring. Rosé is what some consider to be the oldest type of wine with some varieties dating back as far as 600 BC…so I mean you can totally consider this drink recipe as historical research if you want :)
There are rosé wines that are semi-sparkling or sparkling with differences in sweetness and dryness so you can choose your favorite or let someone give you a great recommendation. My recipe doesn’t call for any one particular brand or type. If you prefer something a little more sparkling just make sure you get a more bubbly variety!
The best thing about this rosé margarita is that it compliments all of our favorite summer dishes so well. Rosé is very versatile and goes well with lots of different flavors and foods!
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How To Make A Rosé Margarita
I couldn’t make this one easier on you…just dump it all in the blender, give it a spin, and then pour it into your two most favorite margarita glasses! If you don’t have a favorite margarita glass you are doing it wrong, but I can help! Here are some awesome margarita glasses that you’ll want to check out. Everything from cute to practical in one spot!
Another great thing about this recipe is that it makes two. You can share one, that would be the nice thing to do, or you can have a second one ready for when you finish the first ;)
Rosé Margarita Recipe
Here’s the recipe for this great rosé margarita, you can easily print this one out to have on hand all summer long!
- 2 oz tequila
- 1 cup rose wine
- 1/2-1 full tray ice cubes
- Place all ingredients in a blender and puree until desired consistency.
- Divide into two large margarita glasses.