Fall Fun with Fre!

Fall is my favorite season, by far! Always has been and most likely always will be. I love that back-to-school sentiments kick it off, I always loved school, and you just can’t beat the weather and the golden light that starts to pour down and change the leaves. My husband and I got married in October and welcomed both our children around this time, so my whole heart feels the season.

More importantly ;) I love the flavors and mocktail potential! Caramel, apples, pumpkin, it is cozy and delicious! Here are three new ones for you. Perfect for entertaining and for sipping on the couch, cozy with a blanket!


Let’s talk pumpkin! And wine! Wait, what? Yes! I am telling you it is a delicious and easy way to spruce up your chardonnay. Here is how: Rim a glass with pumpkin pie spice. Then pour in Fre Chardonnay. Add three ice cubes and pumpkin spice marshmallows. Serve!

With its deep golden hue, and lively tropical fruit aromas, Fre’s alcohol-removed Chardonnay is elegance personified. Rich, creamy apple flavors mingle with crisp citrus notes on the palate, leading to an enjoyably tart finish. These tasting notes are perfect for pumpkin and spice and this is a very elegant way to serve it!


Apple cider champagne! Forget the mimosa, this is the way to go! Slice apples, pour Fre’s Sparkling Brut into a glass and add a dash of apple cider. Similar to a mimosa, use measurements (proportions) you prefer best. I like mine with a lot of apple cider!

The cascading bubbles and delicate effervescence of this alcohol-removed sparkling wine elevates any occasion. Especially around fall! What a perfect way to host this September. A fragrant bouquet of green apple and ripe pear is balanced by a crisp palate of apple, making the apples come together perfectly. This bubbly is beautifully balanced with a dry, refreshing finish.


Last but not least, the caramel apple chardonnay. Ice, Fre’s Chardonnay (3 ounces chardonnay), a dash of apple cider (1 ounce apple cider) and caramel (1 tbs caramel sauce). Drop in a caramel apple sucker for a stir stick!

This is a sponsored post. All photos, thoughts and words are my own.