Everything's coming up Bubbles Rosé

Everything's coming up Bubbles Rosé

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Are you bubbling over with excitement that summer is on its way? Yes, the advent of the sunny season means time to start planning those picnics, parties and barbies. And what better time to indulge in a glass of the new addition to the [yellow tail] family, Bubbles Rosé?

Available now, in all major liquor retailers and independent liquor outlets, priced $10, the new [yellow tail] Sparkling wine is fruit-forward, easy-to-drink, approachable and fun. Bubbles Rosé is a delightfully fresh, fruity and soft wine with aromas of fresh strawberries and spice, and hints of sweet cherries and tropical fruits.

The introduction of [yellow tail] Bubbles Rosé signals growing consumer interest in the category. According to AC Nielsen, the Sparkling Rosé category has grown by 26% in the past year. So stay bang on trend this summer and tantalise your tastebuds with [yellow tail] Bubbles Rosé as your drink of choice.

Fancy a fizz that will perfect your romantic rendezvous? Need a refreshing alternative aperitif to serve to your guests? How about a night in with a bubbly beverage and your best mate? [yellow tail] Bubbles Rosé fits the bill for all, and the soft, fruity blend of Semillon, Traminer, Shiraz and Frontignac is versatile enough to be enjoyed unaccompanied or as a fantastic cocktail mixer.

Impress your friends or treat your other half; either way the following recipe will set you up for a fun and frolic-filled evening:









Bubbles Rosé with a punch! (serves 10 -12)

- 375 ml of cranberry juice
- 375 ml of pink lemonade
- 300ml of lime cordial
- 375 ml [yellow tail] Semillon
Sauvignon Blanc, chilled
- 750 ml carbonated water, chilled
- 1 (750 ml) bottle [yellow tail] Bubbles Rosé, chilled
- 1 lime - sliced, for garnish
- ½ cup fresh mint and hibiscus petals as garnish

Method:
In large punch bowl, combine the cranberry juice, pink lemonade, lime cordial, white wine, soda water and [yellow tail] Bubbles Rosé. Garnish with lime slices and fresh mint leaves.

Serving suggestion:
Serve in any glass, but make sure it's icicle-cool





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