Try this Spanish drink of wine and Coca-Cola for National Drink Wine Day

Left, From the Santa Rita portfolio, (from left) the 2010 Bougainville Petite Sirah, 2007 Pehuén Carménere, 2008 Triple C red blend and the 2010 Casa Real Cabernet Sauvignon. Photo by J. Gwendolynne Berry via The Palm Beach Post. Right,  In this July 9, 2015, file photo, bottles of Coca-Cola are on display at a Haverhill, Mass., supermarket. On Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, Coca-Cola Co., reports financial results. Photo by Elise Amendola via AP

Left: From the Santa Rita portfolio, (from left) the 2010 Bougainville Petite Sirah, 2007 Pehuén Carménere, 2008 Triple C red blend and the 2010 Casa Real Cabernet Sauvignon. Photo by J. Gwendolynne Berry via The Palm Beach Post. Right: In this July 9, 2015, file photo, bottles of Coca-Cola are on display at a Haverhill, Mass., supermarket. On Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, Coca-Cola Co., reports financial results. Photo by Elise Amendola via AP

Called a Calimocho (or Kalimoxto), this cocktail sounds pretty weird, but people in Spain have been drinking it since the 1970s. And it’s simple to make.

You’ll need:

  • Coca-cola (or a store brand version)
  • Cheap red wine

Take equal amounts of coke and wine and mix. Pop in some ice cubes and enjoy!

Or, if that’s too much effort, check out the articles on wine on our Spirits blog and find some cool Texas wine options.


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