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Wine sorbet debuts at King Kullen
Torn between an after-dinner drink and dessert? Frosae Wine Sorbae is the answer. It’s a smooth, refreshing sorbet that’s made from wine (and contains about 5 percent alcohol). Frosae started out as a food-service product aimed at restaurants, but now the producers have introduced quart containers in selected King Kullen supermarkets.
Frosae comes in three varieties. Royal Red is made with Peconic Bay 2008 Merlot, Elegant White is made with Peconic Bay 2011 Sauvignon Blanc, Chocolate-Merlot is made with an imported red and Belgian chocolate. All are $14.99/quart.
This weekend, Frosae representatives will be offering free samples of the sorbet at the following King Kullens, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
You can also pick up a 4-ounce cup of Frosae at the “factory outlet” at Ice Cream Cottage (1590 Montauk Hwy., Mastic, 631-395-3580).
Friday, April 4
Garden City (2305 Jericho Tpke.)
Mt. Sinai (5507-200 Nesconset Hwy.)
Bridgehampton (2044 Montauk Hwy)
Saturday, April 5
Cutchogue (315-25 Main Rd.)
Manhasset (1430 Northern Blvd.),
Sunday, April 6
Manorville (460 County Rd. 111)
Wading River (6233 Route 25A)
Island Park (4601 Austin Blvd.)
Massapequa Park (4938 Merrick Rd.)
Hampton Bays (52 East Montauk Hwy.).
For more information, go to frosae.com.