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Sparkling Strawberry Rosè Cocktail

Lauren Grier | Drinks | American

This Sparkling Strawberry Rosè Cocktail is a tasty twist on your trusty Rosè wine. This cocktail recipe, created by Lauren from Climbing Grier Mountain, combines just a few simple ingredients to make the perfect summer beverage!

Let's raise a glass, shall we? I can't think of better way to celebrate spring occasions than with a pretty pink cocktail in hand. With the weather finally warming up, this Rosè Lemon Spritzer would make a delightful addition to any brunch, lunch, or dinner spread. This Rosè cocktail is made with fresh lemon, strawberries, mint, and simple syrup. But, what makes this cocktail stand out is the addition of Harry & David Rosè. This Rosè wine is light with subtle hints of watermelon, which makes it the perfect refreshing drink to sip on a warm day. Looking for a perfect occasion to serve this to fun Summer beverage? Why not throw a brunch party, and treat your guests to this sparkling cocktail as an alternative to classic mimosas! Kick off your shoes, relax under the sunshine, and serve up a glass of Rosè Lemon Spritzer. I promise it will make for a summer afternoon you'll never forget! Cheers!

Sparkling Strawberry Rosè Cocktail

Prep Time: 5 minutes | Total Time: 5 minutes |
Vegetarian, Vegan
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Ingredients

6 oz <a href="https://www.harryanddavid.com/h/gourmet-foods/wine-collections">Harry & David Rosè</a> 1 oz simple syrup 4 <a href="https://www.harryanddavid.com/h/fruit-gift/seasonal-fruit">strawberries</a>, halved 2 lemon wheels Club soda Ice Fresh mint, for garnish

Instructions

Place two strawberry halves and 1 lemon wheel in the bottom of each cocktail glass. Muddle the strawberry and lemon wheel so the juice release. Next, add 1/2 oz of simple syrup and 3 oz Harry & David Rosè wine to each glass. Fill the glasses with ice and a splash of club soda. Stir to combine and then garnish with fresh mint.

Makes: Makes 2 cocktails
Serves: null