Indulge in the essence of Mediterranean bliss with our Gibraltar Breeze, a delightful rendition of the classic Tinto de Verano. Crafted with meticulous care and infused with the spirit of Gibraltar, this tantalizing blend boasts the perfect harmony of robust red wine, zesty citrus, and a hint of sweetness. Whether you're lounging seaside or savoring moments with friends, let the Gibraltar Breeze whisk you away to sun-kissed shores and carefree days. Cheers to the joy of summer, captured in every sip.

Here's a simple recipe for Gibraltar Tinto de Verano:


  • 1 bottle (750ml) of Spanish red wine (such as Tempranillo or Rioja)
  • 1 bottle (750ml) of lemon-flavored soda (such as Sprite or Fanta Lemon)
  • Ice cubes
  • Lemon slices for garnish (optional)


1- Start by chilling both the red wine and the lemon soda in the refrigerator for at least a couple of hours before making the drink.

2- Fill a large pitcher halfway with ice cubes.

3- Pour the entire bottle of red wine into the pitcher over the ice.

4- Slowly pour the lemon soda into the pitcher, stirring gently to combine.

5- Continue adding lemon soda until you achieve your desired level of sweetness and dilution. You can adjust the ratio of wine to soda according to your taste preferences.

6- Once mixed, garnish the pitcher with lemon slices for a decorative touch.

7- Serve the Gibraltar Tinto de Verano in glasses filled with ice cubes. Make sure to include some of the lemon slices from the pitcher in each glass for extra flavor.

8- Enjoy your refreshing Gibraltar Tinto de Verano on a sunny day or whenever you need a taste of Spanish summer!

Note: Feel free to experiment with additional garnishes such as orange slices or fresh mint leaves for added complexity. And if you prefer a stronger drink, you can also add a splash of brandy or gin to the mix. Cheers!

Nutritional Values:

Providing precise nutritional values for the ingredients in Gibraltar Tinto de Verano can be a bit challenging due to variations in specific brands and formulations. However, I can offer some general guidance based on common products:

Red Wine (750ml bottle):

  • Calories: Approximately 625-675 kcal
  • Carbohydrates: Typically around 15-20 grams per 5 oz (150ml) serving
  • Protein: Negligible
  • Fat: Negligible


  • Red wine contains antioxidants such as resveratrol, which may help reduce the risk of heart disease by increasing "good" HDL cholesterol and protecting against artery damage.
  • Moderate consumption of red wine has been linked to improved heart health and reduced inflammation.
  • It may also have protective effects against certain types of cancer, such as breast cancer and colon cancer, due to its antioxidant properties.
  • Red wine is also a source of flavonoids, which have been associated with improved cognitive function and may help protect against age-related decline in brain health.

Lemon-flavored Soda (750ml bottle):

  • Calories: Approximately 260-300 kcal
  • Carbohydrates: Typically around 70-80 grams per 12 oz (355ml) serving
  • Sugar: Varies but usually high due to added sugars
  • Protein: Negligible
  • Fat: Negligible


  • Lemon-flavored soda, particularly if it contains real lemon juice, can provide a source of vitamin C, which is essential for immune function and skin health.
  • Carbonated beverages can help with digestion by promoting burping, which can alleviate gas and bloating.
  • While lemon soda is typically high in sugar, the occasional consumption of sweetened beverages can contribute to overall hydration and provide a quick source of energy.
  • Lemon soda can be a refreshing and enjoyable alternative to plain water, making it easier to stay hydrated throughout the day.

It's important to note that these values are approximate and can vary depending on the specific brand and formulation of the products you choose. Additionally, the nutritional content of the drink will depend on how much of each ingredient you use and any additional garnishes or modifications you make.

For more accurate nutritional information, you may want to refer to the nutrition labels on the products you purchase or use online nutritional databases.


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