This is the most recent picture of my sister and me. And it’s often how you will find us. With at least one kid attached to us, if not inside us. She’s pregnant in the picture and due very soon!
In fact for at least the past 4 years, one of us, if not both of us have been pregnant. So, there hasn’t been much time where we’ve been drinking together.
While there isn’t really a middle sister between us, we both have characteristics of them and can find ourselves honored by the names of all of the Middle Sister wines at some point in our life; there is the Mischief Maker Cabernet Sauvignon, Wild One Malbec (if I had to pick one for her in her younger years, this would be it) and I know she would pick the Goodie Two Shoes Pinot Noir for me. Now, we might both have our moments as the Drama Queen (Pinot Grigio) or find ourselves as a Rebel Red (red blend), I decided to go with the Sweet & Sassy Moscato because that’s what both of our husbands think of us, I’m sure! You can find Middle Sister as most Target stores.
And when I opened the bottle and the cork went in instead of out I knew I made the right choice.
Peaches are super easy to come by right now, so it seemed like the perfect choice. Plus, we used to climb a peach tree in our backyard! I cut up two peaches and frozen them until they were solid. No, I didn’t peel them either. Of course, purchasing frozen fruit would work.
I put them in my >blender, with 8 ounces of Sweet & Sassy Moscato and hit blend until it was nice and smooth. The result was a perfectly sweet and peachy frozen beverage that is just right for the hot days of summer. It’s refreshing, light, and delicious!
I enjoyed my Middle Sister wine created by award-winning winemaker Nancy Walker (a middle sister herself) while cooking dinner this weekend. It was the perfect match to our grilled meal!
Which Middle Sister wine would you say describes you? How about your sister?
- 2 peaches sliced and frozen
- 8 ounces Moscato
- Place frozen peaches in blender.
- Pour wine over fruit.
- Blend until smooth.
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