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This easy rosé spritzer is refreshing, very simple to make, and not too sweet! The perfect summer drink. Ready in under 5 minutes!
It’s taken me up until now to discover spritzers. Of course I’d heard of them, but I didn’t realize that they were so good. I’m not a big drinker, and I love champagne/sparkling wine when I do drink.
Spritzers are not strong, and they’re fizzy. Brilliant. Perfect Natasha kinda drink.
My husband used to be a bartender like 400 years ago, so you’d think he would have made me one of these before, but nope. Anyway, better late than never. 🙂
Spritzers are a great way to make your bottle of wine last longer, and they also are fairly low in calories compared to other mixed drinks.
How to make a rosé wine spritzer
Add ice to a glass, followed by the wine. Top up with club soda. Garnish with lemon (I put it right in the glass for an extra pop of flavor).
Spritzer drinks are ridiculously easy to make. You can add as much (or little) club soda as you wish.
What’s in a wine spritzer?
It varies, but this recipe has the traditional basics – wine and club soda.
Some variations use soda pop (like Sprite), others use lime juice (or lime cordial), or even lemonade, but I thought a simple lemon wedge would go best with rosé wine.
Hope you’ll be sipping on this rosé wine spritzer all summer long!
Easy Rosé Spritzer
- 5 medium-sized ice cubes
- Rosé wine
- Club soda
- Slice of lemon
- Place ice in glass.
- Fill the glass half full with wine, then top up with the club soda.
- Garnish with the slice of lemon.
- Enjoy immediately; preferably on a patio somewhere.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.
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