Echo Falls Just Released A Gin-Infused Rosé And It's A Pre-Drink Dream
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Now February is finally drawing to a close, we can all begin dreaming about the wealth of festivals, beer gardens and holidays that await us this summer - all of which we'll probably need to do with a budget of £20. If I didn't laugh, I'd cry.
Thankfully, though, winemaker extraordinaire Echo Falls has come to the rescue with a product that will transport us to all of the above, and it won't cost the earth.
After years of mixing rose and gin for the ultimate pre-drink hit, the brand has combined the two in one nifty bottle, and I won't lie, I couldn't be a happier bunny if I tried
The brand announced the exciting news on Facebook, writing: "A match made in heaven! We've taken our fruity rosé and infused it with gin, to give you an early taste of summer!"
The gin-infused wine will be available to buy exclusively at Co-Op (Credit: Facebook)
Bottles of the pink tipple are available exclusively at the Co-Op, and is infused with deliciously summery strawberry and raspberry flavours.
And you needn't worry about the wine-gin mix giving you too much of a headache as it's not as lethal as you might think - coming in at a respectable 9% ABV.
The drink may be brand new, but it's already proving incredibly popular, as the Facebook post has already racked up an impressive 45,000 comments and 7,000 shares in just a matter of hours (at time of writing).
Co-Op isn't the only UK supermarket to be offering up exciting pink gin drinks at the moment.
ASDA's shimmery new gin liqueur has been a big hit with shoppers (Credit: Asda)
The supermarket says that this gin is perfect when paired with fizzy prosecco, 'making it an excellent addition to romantic homemade cocktails which need an extra touch of sparkle'.
The beautiful booze is created with ASDA's Extra Special triple distilled premium gin combined with fresh, sharp raspberries plus a gentle rose extract.
A 50cl bottle of the glittery stuff currently costs £12.
Chin chin, let's sip some gin!