Ingredients2 m servings
- Pour wine into an ice cube tray and freeze until solid.
- When cubes are frozen, plop 1 or 2 into a glass of ginger ale. Allow to sit for about 5 minutes so the cubes melt a little; stir.
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My wife and I are drinking these right now with the homemade wine we made with the recipe we found on this site. We didn't freeze the wine in cubes, but put filled glass with ice, filled glass ...
Loved it! I can't drink a lot of red wine because of migraines and there was no way I was going to waste wine in my house! I had a lonely little bottle from Christmas that was just sitting the...
Loved this! I made 3 different types. For the first one, I used white wine and added mango to it before freezing it. The second one was red wine with frozen blueberries. With the third, I poured...
Great summer drink! Definitely one of my new all time favorites. Its is not too strong. I now keep an extra ice cube tray in the freezer with wine in it so I can have this whenever its hot out....
UPDATE: MY FIANCE AND I ENTERTAINED FRIENDS RIGHT BEFORE THE HOLIDAYS. THEY BROUGHT A BOTTLE OF WINE TO SERVE WITH DINNER. THE "LADIES" MADE WINE COOLERS (I HAPPENED TO HAVE LEFTOVER WINE ICE CU...
Awesome drink! I didn't have an ice cube tray so I used a muffin tin and just filled them a little bit of the way. I also used diet ginger ale. They were super yummy and not too bad on calories!
Super simple to make, these coolers taste not too soda-like but not too wine-like either. Plus, they look amazing.
I used a Trader Joe's (cheap!) red wine for this. The drink turned out very pretty and tasted good, but I ruined my ice cube trays making them, which was the only downside!