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rose spritzer with berries filled ice cubes, rosemary sprig and berries

Rosé Spritzer Cocktail | With Elderflower & Raspberries

  • Author: Miss AK
  • Yield: 1 drink 1x


This super simple Rosé Spritzer is the perfect refreshing wine cocktail to sip on when you want something that’s both light and flavorful.


  • 6 oz. rosé wine (I like a very dry variety)
  • 1/21 oz. elderflower liqueur (optional)
  • 56 fresh or frozen raspberries
  • ice cubes
  • 23 oz. seltzer or club soda
  • orange slice, for serving

For the optional berry ice cubes:

  • fresh orange juice (about 1/2 cup or so)
  • berries
  • ice cube tray


  1. If you want to make some fun berry ice cubes for serving, drop a few berries into an ice cube tray. Fill the cavities with fresh orange juice (no need to make a lot, 4-6 should do for about 2 drinks). Freeze until frozen, about 3-4 hours. 
  2. To make the cocktail, add the rosé, liqueur (if using), and raspberries into a cocktail shaker or jar. Muddle everything together. 
  3. Add a few ice cubes to the cocktail shaker or jar and shake for about 30 seconds, until cold. 
  4. If you’re using the berry ice cubes, place them into your glass with an orange slice. If you’re not using them, a few regular ice cubes are fine*. 
  5. Pour the rose cocktail mixture into the glass and top with seltzer or club. Cheers!


  • While it is usually seen as a faux pas to use ice in wine, it’s fine in this spritz. I actually prefer these to be icy cold.  

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