Raise a Glass (or a Few)
Extend your signature colors to signature cocktails all weekend long with these rosy-tinged drinks and true-to-hue wines, all recommended by Tom Macy of Clover Club bar, in Brooklyn. Serve them with cocktail napkins bearing clever turns of phrase, or— as we did—nods to the time of day each is best enjoyed. 1. Chilled rosé wine is crisp and refreshing, and ideal for outdoor sipping. 2. Kick off brunch with a “Magic Hour” Champagne cocktail, which swaps the usual OJ for grapefruit juice and Lillet Rosé. 3. Your favorite red wine can take a place of honor at dinner. 4. Mixed with gin, ruby port, lemon juice, cinnamon-bark syrup, and cranberry preserves, the “Port of Call” is delicious after a meal or as a nightcap. 5. Whiskey-based “New York Sours” are right at home alongside a cigar-rolling station. 6. If you like Campari, try a “Sbagliato Rosa,” made from a similar slightly bitter liqueur, Cappelletti. 7. The frothy “Clover Club” balances sweet (raspberry syrup) with sour (lemon juice).
Visit marthastewartweddings.com/signature-cocktails for recipes.
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