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This is a traditional south italian recipe for summer.
You know that wine is consumed little chilled or ambient temp. But in summer it's not good to take it cold. So this is the recipe.

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A Jar, 2 litler coca-cola, 1 bottle of red wine (your choice) 2-3 crunchy peaches.

1. Wash the peaches, cut it in 4 pieces. (you can peel them if you want)
2. place the peaches slices int he jar
3. Do a solution of 1/2 wine and 1/2 coca-cola
4. Pour the mix in the peaches jar.
5. leave in the fridge for at least 3 hours.

Serve chilled with optional slices in the glass.

dessert
After the beverage is consumed you will have now the peach slices tinted in sweet wine. Your crunchy peaches are now softer to bite.
Serve in a plate with vanilla/pecan/caramel ice cream and or whip cream.

Super easy to do !
Enjoy.
 

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that sounds really decent !
 

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hmm, sounds interesting. I never mixed wine and coca-cola or anything before....im gonna try it! LOL
 

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im trying to imagine the taste of coke and wine. sounds good though
 

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Umm.. not to sound too dumb but.. whats a crunchy peach?
 

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Umm.. not to sound too dumb but.. whats a crunchy peach?
For crunchy peach I mean a peach not fully mature. If you gently press your thumb on the peach skin you should feel it FIRM. If it;s too soft and your thumb go in easy that's not crunchy at all.
 

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Ok gotcha...
What do you recommend as a good, fairly inexpensive red wine?? I am not a real wine drinker so i got no clue..
 

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Ok gotcha...
What do you recommend as a good, fairly inexpensive red wine?? I am not a real wine drinker so i got no clue..
I can't reccomend a brand to you, but I can reccomend the red wine type ( by grape used)

Cabernet Sauvignon
Doicetto
Malbec
Merlot
Sangiovese
Chianti
 
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