Complement the Beautiful Taste of Sutter Home Rosé with a Homemade Wine Bottle Cooler
When introducing you to the beautiful taste of our new Sutter Home Rosé, we thought how wonderful it would be to also present to you a lovely fresh floral and fruit-filled homemade decorative wine bottle cooler, which would showcase the fabulous tasting notes of our new Sutter Home Rosé in a most fashionable way.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO CREATE THE SUTTER HOME ROSÉ WINE BOTTLE ICE COOLER
- Two containers of your choice — one fitting inside the other, large enough for a wine bottle to slide into for chilling
- Distilled water for more clarity in your end result
- Fruits of your choice
- We used tasting notes from Sutter Home Rosé — strawberries and roses
- Rocks or pebbles – to hold the inner container secure during the freezing process
- 1 bottle Sutter Home Rosé
DIRECTIONS TO CREATE THE SUTTER HOME ROSÉ WINE BOTTLE ICE COOLER:
- Place the smaller container inside the larger container and fill with 1-2 inches of the distilled water. Freeze until solid.
- Place rocks or pebbles inside the smaller/inner container to hold securely during the freezing process.
- When the base is frozen, begin adding sliced fruit around the bottle and fill with more water to just cover the fruit layer. Freeze until solid.
- Once the first fruit layer is frozen, add your next layer in the same manner, filling with enough distilled water to cover the fruit.
- This layer should take you to the top of the container. Freeze until solid.
- Once the cooler is frozen, take it out of the freezer so it can thaw slightly — enough to work the inside container off the ice (about 15 minutes).
- You may still need to dip it in lukewarm water to help ease it off.
- Once you have the ice cooler out of the container, store it in the freezer until ready to set on your bar.
If you love this decorative way of presenting your wine, here’s another one you may enjoy: The Perfect Rustic DIY Project For All Wine Lovers.