How to Make a Pitcher of Mimosas Using White Wine

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Making a pitcher of mimosas using white wine requires you to begin by filling your pitcher with a certain amount of ice. Make a pitcher of mimosas using white wine with help from a master mixologist in this free video clip.

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Hello. My name is Henry. And I am right here in Cafe Prima Pasta in Miami Beach, and I'm going to show you how to make a pitcher of Mimosa using white wine. This particular pitcher I'm going to use, I'm going to fill a quarter of the pitcher with ice, and then of course here are my tools. We're going to use fresh orange, of course. We're going to use a little bit of white grapes for the white wine, white grapes. And we're going to start to put a little bit of orange liquor. I'm going to say one part or one ounce and a half of orange liquor. Also I'm going to make this particular pitcher a little bit more colorful. And you can add any particular colorful fruit like strawberries or blueberries or blackberries just to make it look a little bit more colorful and you can have some fun as well adding some different type of fruits. But the basic is of course the orange, and the white grapes for the white wine. We are also going to put 3 teaspoons of sugar and were going to add one bottle of white wine. You can use Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio. Voila. Good. Just stir it very well, and we're going to add now a fresh squeezed orange juice. After we've poured the orange juice, the fresh squeezed orange juice, we're going to finish this Mimosa with of course a little bit of bottles, I gotta say champagne or Prosecco. I gotta say one glass, one big glass of champagne, Prosecco. Also you can add some fruits from the pitcher or and at the end we finish it with a beautiful garnish and there we are. OK. And here is the Mimosa using the white wine. Thank you for tuning in. My name is Henry and I am in Cafe Prima Pasta in Miami Beach. Thank you very much.


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