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Sutter Home on the Patio-23

A few weeks ago, I shared the reveal of my newly refreshed balcony which has set the tone for some serious girl’s nights, al fresco work sessions and intimate date nights with #FashionablyBae. Now that summer is in full swing, I had to my girls over for a fun happy hour. I picked up a few bottles of Sutter Home Pink Moscato for a refreshing spritzer I’ve been dying to try and y’all, it is AMAZING (recipe) details below. I paired the tasty cocktail with light bites that really complimented the fresh taste of the Pink Moscato.

If you’re not super familiar with Sutter Home, you have got to go pick up a few bottles for all of your summer entertaining needs. It’s perfect for bringing the #squad together and comes in a range of varietals so there is something for everyone.
Check out a peek of my setup below and make sure you try this Pink Moscato spritzer- you can thank me later!


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Sutter Home Pink Moscato Spritzer 


Sutter Home Pink Moscato | Tonic Water | Grapefruit Slices 


Fill a glass about halfway to three quarters full of chilled Sutter Home Pink Moscato. Add a splah of tonic water and top with a few slices of fresh grapefruit. Stir it a bit and enjoy! 

Caprese Skewers


Baby cherry tomatoes | Fresh Mozzarella | Fresh Basil | Balsamic Vinegar 


Chop the fresh mozzarella into bit sized pieces. Thread the mozzarella and tomatoes on a toothpick or skewer, switching up the order. Drizzle with balsamic vinegar and top with thinkly slices basil. 

Crackers + Pico 


 Rice Crackers | Tomatoes | Onions | Cilantro | Olive Oil | White or Rice Vinegar 


Chop the tomatoes and onions into fine pieces. Add freshly shredded cilantro and toss with a tablespoon each of the vinegar and olive oil. Spoon a small amount on the top of each rice cracker. 


photos by Jnelly Photography


  1. 7.6.16
    Charlotte Cahill said:

    Beautiful post, love the party spread and your dress is gorgeous! #client

  2. 7.9.16
    Pete said:

    Pico also requires chopped jalapeños or serrano peppers to be authentic.

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