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    • Sarah Morris

      Wine Friendly Grape "Ice Cubes" (All you have to do is toss a few frozen grapes in your glass before you start drinking. Unsurprisingly, red grapes are perfect for red wines, and white grapes go well with white wine, but they won't pass much flavor through the skin, so it's not a huge deal if you only have one variety. The advantage of the grapes is that they won't water down your drink or cool it down too quickly like ice cubes.)

    • Kate Norris

      frozen grapes = wine friendly ice cubes

    • Traci Patman

      Use frozen grapes as wine "ice cubes". Great use when we haven't planned "girls night" ahead of time and don't have chilled wine.

    • Mandy Baker-Sandridge

      Frozen grapes as wine ice cubes - made drinking red wine in triple digit summer temps enjoyable - will try with green grapes/white wine also.

    • Mrs. B

      freeze grapes to use as wine "ice cubes"

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