TODAY | September 24, 2013
>>> if you like to entertain and feel the need to keep your bar stocked with all sorts of libations, we're going to tell you all you need is a bottle of wine.
>> whether into reds, whites or bubbly, leslie sprok co-author of the simple and savvy wine guide says it is easy to create a cocktail every taste. joining her in the bar --
>> because she wanted to.
>> her assistant, bobbie.
>> i'm the sous chef.
>> i'm going to get you shaking and stirring and --
>> let's shake and stir.
>> talking wine cocktails.
>> like to get double-duty out of things. i think if you start out with wine it is booze day tuesday. accessorize with it. i want you guys grab your cocktail here.
>> which one, the champagne?
>> i did a sparkling sunrise. bobbie this is yours.
>> i like that you said accessorize.
>> starting out with the basic prosecco, rubina prosecco.
>> that is nice.
>> named this for the nbc sunrise. i'm using you balsamic vinegar.
>> stop it.
>> balsamic, the sweet kind, just a little touch, a little elder flower liqueur, a tiny bit and topping it off with prosecco, boom, voila, adds earthiness.
>> never thought either of those other two things were in there.
>> very simple. put bobbie to work.
>> love mint. i can smell that.
>> grab your white wine glass, ladies. off the basics, basic black dress and add the access source now. bobbie, i'm going to give you a glass of this. this is the butari mu schsprofero from greece. to get the last waning days of heat, you can add a little mint. very simple. bobby, take the little mint and you can stir it up, muddle it a little bit, crush t.
>> what does that do?
>> releasing all the aromas of the mint and the basil. then add a little bit of --
>> doesn't look as pretty.
>> really going to be this one?
>> then why are we drinking the other one?
>> then, boom, gonna put a -- tonic water in it.
>> you can get that, too.
>> this is called the herbal delight.
>> i like that. what do you think?