Black Rosé: Summer Rosé Cocktails

The Black Rosé
So while a chilled glass of Rosé is perfect anytime and can easily stand on its own, why not kick it up a notch and use it in a cocktail?
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  1. 1 pint of fresh blackberries, plus several extra for garnish
  2. 6 oz simple syrup
  3. 1 bottle dry rosé wine, chilled (we used Dark Horse Rosé)
  4. 9 oz vodka
  5. 5 oz freshly squeezed lime juice (from about 8-9 medium limes)
  6. Lime wheels for garnish
  1. Place the pint of blackberries and simple syrup in a large pitcher and muddle until the fruit is crushed and juicy. (If you don’t have a muddler, the fat end of a wooden spoon will do) Add the wine, vodka, and lime juice, and stir to combine. Place a fine mesh strainer over your serving pitcher, and strain the mixture in, discarding the solids. When ready to serve, pour mixture over cups filled with ice. Garnish with a blackberry and lime wheel.
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