Argentinian Tropical Tincho

"The Tincho is a popular cocktail in Argentina, named after the third generation winery owner of New Age White Wine. It is a floral, semi-sweet, slightly effervescent Argentinian wine with a yellow-green color. Originally, "Tincho" added lime wedges to the wine, which became a hit. This is a tropical version using pineapple vodka. Other flavored vodkas may be used as well, such as coconut. I like it with regular vodka. ***Recipe instruction edited to say “stir gently,” rather that shake, as suggested by reviewers. "
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  • Muddle mint leaves and lime juice together in a cocktail shaker; add ice, vodka, white wine, and club soda.
  • Stir gently until mixed. Pour drink into a glass.

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  1. momaphet
    This was good but more like a wine cooler than a cocktail, and a little thin. After trying it I added more of the pineapple vodka. (I infused my own vodka and it was delicious). The wine I used was also slightly effervescent and shaking it knocked a lot of that out, and the lid kept trying to pop off the cocktail shaker. I left out the club soda since I knew the bubble would go flat with shaking. I think muddling the mint and adding the vodka in the glass then topping and lightly stirring with the wine would be improve sparkle.
  2. Jostlori
    Like Momaphet, I infused my own vodka so I wouldn't have to buy a whole bottle! Had an open bottle of white wine in the fridge, but not a sweet type, so I added a little sugar when muddling the mint & lime. Gently stirred in the club soda after shaking so as not to burst all the bubbles! This resulted in a very tasty little cocktail (or two!). Great on a sweltering day! Made for SWT 2018, Team Incredibles.


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