Anyone else here love a good old marg?
One of my favorite drinks in the summer is a margarita. Something about the salt, lime and tequila just really screams summer to me. It usually also screams hangover, but that’s the price you pay for a smooth tasting marg.
So this marg I’ve made for you is a fusion of my favorite things, tequila and wine. Sounds kind of funky right? I promise you it tastes delicious and refreshing. I used Pinot Grigio and a high quality tequila which had flavors that complimented each other well.
There is also the addition of limeade for the real margarita taste and also so OJ for some sweetness and acid. And of course, salt, because margs can never have too much salt in my opinion.
You can check out step by step how to make this recipe in the video below! Keep scrolling to find the printable version of this recipe!
- 1 bottle Pinot Grigio
- 1 (12 ounce) can limeade concentrate
- 1 1/2 cups orange juice
- 1/2 cup good quality tequila
- sea salt and limes for garnish
- In a large pitcher, combine the wine, limeade, orange juice, and tequila.
- Fill the empty limeade can with water twice and mix into the pitcher. Stir to combine.
- Take a lime wedge and wet the rim of each glass. Dip into sea salt to coat.
- Fill each glass with ice and pour White Wine Margaritas over ice.
- Garnish with lime or orange slices.