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Ginger White Wine Spritzer


  • 3 oz. Bocelli pinot grigio
  • 1 oz. Sprite (or 7-Up)
  • 1 oz. Fever-Tree ginger beer
  • lime wedge for garnish


Pour the pinot grigio, ginger beer and Sprite over ice. Garnish with lime wedge.

Recipe provided by Fire & Oak.

"This drink gives a zesty spin to a classic white wine spritzer. The pinot grigio has citrus and fruit notes that are enhanced by the Sprite and ginger beer, which gives the drink a champagnelike effervescence. Top it off with a lime garnish to really bring out the citrus tones in the cocktail.” —William Abruzzo, bartender at Fire & Oak, Montvale

Did You Know?

Ginger beer was a popular alcoholic beverage when it originated in the mid-1700s in England, but most commercial ginger beers produced today are soft drinks and do not contain alcohol.

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