5th & Vine Recipes

Check out the official drink recipes and wine list from the 5th & Vines episode on Spike TV's Bar Rescue.

3 Sons Sour

Bulleit Bourbon
Lemon sour
Once Upon a Time Red Blend
lemon slice

3 Sons Sour


Smirnoff Pear
Lemon sour
Butterfly Moscato
Soda water
Pear slice



1.5 oz wild honey Smirnoff
1 oz ginger beer
Mint bitters
Glass: Shooter


Check out the wine served at 5th & Vine:

Uppercut: Cabernet Sauvignon
Brimming with ripe black cherry & blackberry, nuanced with violet, mocha & spice, finishing with rich dark-fruit flavors.

Stellina di Notte: Pinot Grigio
Fruit, floral & spice aromas with flavors of pear, kiwi, melon, honey & spice notes that culminate in a lemony finish.

Once Upon a Time: Big Bad Red Blend
Leads with a bramble of berries, dark black plum & root beer flavors, framed by toasted spices.

Legend of the Vine: Cabernet Sauvignon
Intense flavors of brambly forest berries & plums dusted by oak spices with a ripe fruit finish.

Belcreme de Lys: Chardonnay
Ripe pear & pineapple flavors with a finish of fruit, citrus & baking spices.

Butterfly Kiss: Moscato
Rich stone fruit & fresh melon flavors lifted by a vibrant zing of lemon-lime.

Velvet Crush: Crush Master’s Red Blend
Ripe blackberries & dark plum lead the bold profile, cradled by notes of toasty oak, vanilla & mocha.

Great American Wine Company: Chardonnay
Flavors of red apple pie, white peach, lemon oil & grapefruit.

Woodwork: Cabernet Sauvignon
Dark chocolate, black cherry, hazelnut & berry aromas.

New Harbor: New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc
An enticing bouquet of citrus, passionfruit & guava.

Sterling Vineyards: Carneros Pinot Noir
Black cherry & rich toffee aromas followed by brambly berry flavors.

Beaulieu Vineyards: Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon
Blackberry & black-currant flavors with hints of vanilla & smoky oak spice.

Rosenblum Cellars: Paso Zinfandel
A combination of mulberry, rhubarb & plum with licorice & hints of violet.

A by Acacia: Unoaked Chardonnay
Fresh & easy-to-drink with flavors of citrus, Fuji apple & pear.

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