> Rosemary Wine

How to make rosemary wine:
This recipe is something like cherry brandy or sloe gin in as much as a ready prepared alcoholic beverage is infused with further flavor, in this case from a herb that is readily available. Rosemary is highly aromatic and imparts a spicy and unusual flavor to an ordinary bottle of white wine. You may like to try this technique with a sparkling white wine.


1 bottle white wine
1 cup Rosemary sprigs washed and chopped
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- Put the wine and rosemary into a screw top container for 3 days.
- Strain and rebottle.
- Serve very cold.