Farmers Market Wine Recipe
Farmers Market Wine is the best low-calorie cocktail around. It's a compelling combination of bloody mary and punch, made with delicious vine-ripened tomatoes, crisp cucumber, and zesty California pinot noir. What sets it apart from other drinks is its unique blend of ingredients—the perfect balance of tomatoey goodness, acidity, and fruitiness.
And at only below 200 calories per serving, it's a guilt-free way to enjoy a rich and delicious cocktail. So next time you're looking for a tasty and healthy beverage option, grab a Farmers Market Wine.
4 Large fresh tomatoes
1 tsp. Sea salt
2 Cherry tomatoes, sliced
2-3 Flat-leaf parsley leaves
5 oz. California Pinot Noir
3 oz. Tomato water
Dash of sea salt
Set a fine-mesh strainer with cheesecloth over a bowl.
In a blender or food processor, combine all the tomato water ingredients until smooth.
Pour over the prepared fine mesh strainer and cheesecloth. Transfer the liquid into a jar.
Let the mixture sit in the refrigerator for 8 hours or a day.
Discard the solids and use the tomato water accordingly.
Add the tomatoes and press the basil leaves at the bottom of the cocktail glass.
Fill the glass with ice.
Top off with five ounces of wine and 3 ounces of prepared tomato water.
Add a dash of sea salt.
Serve and enjoy!
Avoid pressing the tomato mixture in the fine mesh strainer to get clear tomato water. Just allow the mixture to release the juice on its own.