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Sip With a Twist: Rose and Lavender Infused Pinot Grigio
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Sip With a Twist: Rose and Lavender Infused Pinot Grigio

The mere thought of herb-infused wine has us picturing a medieval French countryside where castle gardens grew herbs that would later be infused into wine. Dinner guests would dance, laugh, and sing with a glass of wine featuring beautiful hints of florals and herbs. It was a recipe to remember throughout the ages.

Have you ever fantasized about refreshing your senses with herb-infused wine? Have you ever wanted to dazzle dinner guests with a bottle of your own handcrafted infused wine made from lavender and roses? We know we have, and we’ve created a recipe that will sweetly complement our Pinot Grigio’s zippy aromas and further brighten our fruit flavors with lavender and rose floral notes. 

Herb-infused wine doesn’t follow any strict guidelines, and it’s left up to the creator to decide how strong or light the flavors should be. 

What you’ll need:
• 1 bottle of Ménage à Trois Pinot Grigio
• 5 rose petals
• 2 stems of lavender

What to do:
1. Open your bottle of Pinot Grigio.
2. Either add the herbs directly into the opened wine bottle or pour your wine into a separate wine decanter.
3. Seal tightly.
4. Let sit for at least 2-3 days in a cool or refrigerated place.
5. Strain the rose petals and lavender.
6. Serve in a glass.
7. Garnish with rose petals and lavender.

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