Fresh and Fruity Sparkling Rosé

This month’s The Recipe ReDux theme is pretty darn exciting. This month we’re making colorful and delicious cocktails (or mocktails) that are perfect for all the parties that pop up this time of year. So if you find yourself planning (or just wanting to be the best attendee ever and bring a gorgeous drink with you!) a party, check out this E-A-S-Y Fresh and Fruity Rosé plus all the other drinks from the link at the bottom of the post!

In case you can’t tell from the pictures, this drink is super easy. All that’s needed is your favorite bottle of sparkling rosé (or regular rose if bubbles aren’t your thing), some berries, citrus and fresh mint.

If using non-bubbly rosé, you can certainly prepare this drink in a pitcher ahead of time. If using sparkling, I’d suggest setting some glasses out next to a colorful display of orange slices, berries and mint sprigs, then let your guests create their own drink.

KISS Tip: Make this recipe your own by experimenting with different fruit combos- blood oranges, strawberries or blackberries should all work well!


KISS Fresh and Fruity Sparkling Rosé
Time: 5 minutes
Serves: 4

1 bottle sparkling rosé
1 large orange, sliced
1/2 cup raspberries
4-6 mint sprigs

If making a pitcher, combine all prepared fruit and mint in pitcher and add bottle of rosé. Pour in 4 glasses and serve within 30 minutes of pouring.

If making individual glasses, evenly divide fruit and mint sprigs in glasses and add rosé. Enjoy!


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16 Responses

  1. Oh my goodness, how perfect is this cocktail for a little brunch with the girlfriends?! I LOVE it!

  2. I’m such a sucker for any cocktail that has fresh fruit in it. This looks so refreshing and perfect for summer!

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