Stolen Fruit's Mixers are Made with Grape Juice and Skins

By: Laura McQuarrie - Aug 26, 2016
References: stolenfruit & bevindustry
For the creation of its cocktail and mocktail mixers, Stolen Fruit uses ingredients that are discarded during the traditional winemaking process. Dropped grapes are used by the company to make freshly pressed juices and dried wine skins, which become essential parts of mixers like 'Lemongrass Ginger Sauvignon Blanc' and 'Fig Grains of Paradise Zin.' While the former is ideal for pairing with Asian cuisine, seafood and salads, Stolen Fruit suggests matching the latter with steak or dishes that are braised—which is true to the styles of wine that each mixer is inspired by.

These ingredients derived from grapes are blended with flavorful fruits and botanicals. For creating a flavorful mocktail concoction, Stolen Fruit suggests matching these wine-inspired mixers with sparkling water.