Ah, Friday. How do I love thee? Making this cocktail for this ‘Freixenet Friday’ post really happy. As I layered the drink in the flute the dark ruby hue changed to a light vibrant pink cheering me up from a dreary week in Boston. My mood changed like the color changing as I finished my cocktail.
I picked the Pom Vivant cocktail on the Freixenet website from their cocktail recipe options. The cocktail features pomegranate juice, which of course is available year round, but the fruit is in season from September through February. I love when I can enjoy something that goes with the season.
Their Pom Vivant recipe makes 6 cocktails with an entire bottle. While Price and I can easily split a bottle, or I can have it all myself, I decided to scale the recipe down to make 1 drink.
The Pom Vivant
makes 1 cocktail
- 2 oz unsweetened pomegranate juice
- 1 teaspoon simple syrup
- 1 teaspoon orange juice
- 1 bottle (750ml) Freixenet Cordon Negro Extra Dry
- Orange zest (optional)
- Layer the pomegranate juice, simple syrup and orange juice in a flute glass.
- Fill the rest of the champagne flute with Freixenet.
- Add orange zest, to garnish.
And now the good stuff… the GIVEAWAY!
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In Addition to that Giveaway…
Discover & Share Segura Sweepstakes Enter to Win a Weekend Getaway for Two to Sonoma, California
Segura Viudas, Spain’s artisan cava and the sparkling wine world’s best kept secret, is announcing its Discover & Share Sweepstakes. An engaging way to learn more about Segura sparkling wine and share the discovery with friends, the online contest offers several opportunities for entry and the chance to win a wine tasting weekend for two to Sonoma Valley, California. To enter the contest, visit the Discover & Share Sweepstakes link on theSegura website or their Facebook page and complete any of the Discover & Share challenges, such as answering questions about cava, uploading photos of toasting with friends, “liking” the Segura fan page, or sharing the sweepstakes. Complete all the challenges and earn up to 10 entries to increase your chances of winning. A random drawing from all entries on December 18, 2011 will decide the winner, who will receive a weekend getaway for two to Sonoma valued at $2,500, including round trip airfare, hotel accommodations, a $250 AmEx gift card, and a VIP tour and tasting at Gloria Ferrer Sparkling Caves & Vineyards, a Segura sister winery. Read theOfficial Rules for complete details. Segura Viudas (seh GOO rah vee YOU das) is the sophisticated go-to bubbly for those in the know. Made in the méthode champenoise (the same process used to make champagne) and handcrafted with modern winemaking techniques, these artisan Spanish cavas are polished yet approachable and just waiting to be discovered and shared. To find Segura sparkling wines in your area, visit the Segura Viudas Wine Locator. Imported by Freixenet USA of Sonoma, California.
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