Wine cocktail

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A wine cocktail is a mixed drink, similar to a true cocktail. It is made predominantly with wine (including Champagne and Prosecco), into which distilled alcohol or other drink mixer is combined.

The distinction between a wine cocktail and a cocktail with wine is the relative amounts of the various alcohols. In a wine cocktail, the wine product is the primary alcohol by volume compared to the distilled alcohol or mixer.

List of wine cocktails[edit]

Wine variation cocktails[edit]

The following drinks are not technically cocktails unless wine is secondary by volume to a distilled beverage, since wine is a fermented beverage not a distilled one.

Sparkling wine cocktails[edit]

Champagne cocktails[edit]

Red wine cocktails[edit]

Port cocktails[edit]

White wine cocktails[edit]

  • Kir
  • Spritzer
  • Rockymountain Railway — 1 part tomato juice, 1 part lemon soft drink, 1 part white wine

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