Raise a Glass (or a Few)

Martha Stewart Weddings - - THE PALETTE -

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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