|Wine Marketing: A Practical Guide|
|by Richard Mitchell|
Whilst Wine Marketing: a practical guide also looks at theory and existing research, the main focus of this book is on the practicalities of wine ...
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Do not peel ... much of the wine as desired (taste ... juice and brandy as desired. Taste and adjust sweetness. Chill for at least 1 hour before serving.
Combine all ingredients ... orange peel. Sparkling wine or a champagne may be substituted. Can also be served over a scoop of rainbow or orange sherbet.
Save one orange ... together juices, dry white wine, brandy and ... carbonated water. Add sliced reserved orange and lemon slices. Makes 14 - 4 ounce servings.
Combine 1/2 cup ... 2 bottles dry white wine, such as ... white wine. In addition to fruits listed here, you may use peaches, nectarines or strawberries.
Combine in a large punch bowl. Shortly before serving, add lime slices and ice (ring or cubes). Serves 25 (1/2 cup servings).
In large pitcher, combine fruits, wine, Triple Sec, ... glasses and top off with club soda. 214 CAL 0g FAT 0 mg CHOL 2g FIBER 1g PRO 116g CARBO 57mg SODIUM
Combine sugar and ... serving, add ginger ale and bananas for red sangria; add lemon lime soda for white sangria. Can be made ahead. Serves 10-12 people.
Peel peaches and ... is melted. Combine wine in punch bowl ... Add peaches and sugar. Leave in a cool place 1 hour. Serve with ice and white rum (optional)
Combine sugar and ... before serving add ice cubes and chilled wine. Very good and pretty with burgundy wine. Serve in large glass pitcher. Very pretty.
Peel peaches and ... is melted. Combine wine in punch bowl ... Add peaches and sugar. Leave in cool place 1 hour. Serve with ice and white rum, optional.
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