One of my favorite cocktails to make in summer is a rosé wine spritzer. This drink is perfect for impromptu gatherings or just to toast to summer. This cocktail recipe makes a beautiful presentation too!
And if you are a fan of rosé, be sure to check out these other recipes that I have created:
And I am joining my favorite bloggers and sharing tons of summertime sip inspiration. Be sure to visit the links at the bottom of this post!
Elderflower Rosé Wine Spritzer
Rosé season is here and what better time to make this simple but beautiful cocktail recipe? A rosé wine spritzer is the perfect drink to sip on hot summer days. This is a refreshingly light cocktail that has quickly become one of my favorite drinks during summertime! It’s about the only time you can drink your wine with ice without getting a side eye, lol!
What is in a wine spritzer?
A wine spritzer cocktail is a mixture of flat or sparkling wine topped with club soda or seltzer water and a spritz of fresh citrus juice. It is a drink that you can easily sip on all day long and is so refreshing during the summer months. Although, I definitely don’t reserve rosé wine spritzers for just summertime!
For this version of a classic wine spritzer, I am using a dry rosé wine and elderflower liqueur. This is one of my favorite combinations and if you haven’t tried elderflower syrup before, you are in for a treat! This liqueur is slightly sweet with a subtle honey flavor. I love to add a splash to a champagne cocktail as well!
Rosé Cocktail Recipe
It is so simple to make this rosé wine spritzer. Which leaves you more time to enjoy the summer sunshine outside! This recipe makes 2 cocktails and takes less than 5 minutes. Those are my favorite kind of drinks. Easy peasy!
Mix together one cup of dry rosé wine with 2 shots of St. Germain liqueur. Add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice and stir together. Pour the cocktail mixture into two glasses filled with ice. Top with a splash or two of fizzy water and enjoy! See full recipe below.
Elderflower Rosé Spritzer
- 2 ounces elderflower liqueur
- 8 ounces Rosé wine chilled
- 1 tbsp fresh squeezed lemon juice
- seltzer water
- Edible flowers washed, for garnish
- lemon slice for garnish
- In a measuring glass, mix together rosé wine, elderflower liquer and fresh lemon juice. Stir to combine.
- Fill 2 glasses with ice and pour rosé mixture into each glass. Top with seltzer water to taste.
- Garnish each glass with fresh lemon slices and flowers.
More Summer Cocktail Recipe Ideas
Today I’m joined by over 20 of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their delicious summer drink recipes with you…
Blackberry Mango Real Fruit White Wine Slushies at The Happy Housie
Grapefruit Pineapple Margarita at Craftberry Bush
Elderflower Rose Wine Spritzer Cocktail at Modern Glam
Summer Sangria at Nina Hendrick
Simple Summertime Margaritas at The Handmade Home
Refreshing Summer Cocktail at Rooms FOR Rent
Pandora Frozen Nightblossom Recipe at All Things With Purpose
Lavender Tea Lemonade at A Pretty Life
Gingered Sangria Flora at Willow Street Interiors
Blueberry Basil Mule at My Sweet Savannah
Keto Ice Cap at Life is a Party
Lava Flow Cocktail at The Turquoise Home
Raspberry Watermelon Slush at Clean & Scentsible
Pina Colada Agua Fresca at Jenna Kate at Home
Banana Peach Smoothie at She Gave it a Go
Blackberry Mint Prosecco Smash at Sincerely, Marie Designs
Mojito Style Limeade at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Strawberry Rhubarb Gin Fizz at The DIY Mommy
Classic Frozen Pina Colada at Finding Silver Pennies
Simple Whisky Sour at Place of My Taste
Frozen Peach Pineapple Strawberry Virgin Bellini at Summer Adams
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- Flowering Bulb Centerpiece in Vintage Ironstone - March 2, 2023
- Heart Shaped Raspberry Hand Pies For Valentines Day - February 9, 2023
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Wow this is beautiful, Ash!!!
I love a good wine spritzer! Thanks for sharing on the blog hop Ashley.
Yum. Yum. Yum. LOVE ros´e in summer. Oh, and yes, I put ice in my pinot grigio, even in winter. Don’t give me the eye roll. I know I’m not cool.
This sounds perfect for summer!
So perfect for summer! I love the little chamomile flowers too!