Sangria that Makes You Blush
Replace white or red wine with Rosé in your favorite sangria recipe. Pair with seasonal fruits, fresh herbs, and sweet citrus liqueurs for a playful twist on a summer cocktail.
The slushies you remember as a kid are just as delicious as an adult. Only now you can add wine. Create a summery frozen cocktail by blending frozen cherries, berries, ice, and chilled Rosé.
Float Your Rosé Boat
For a fun and fruity dessert, Rosé floats hit the spot. Pair sparkling Rosé with your favorite sorbet. We recommend lemon, mango, peach, or strawberry sorbets to bring out the citrus notes of Rosé.
Dress Up Desserts
A few splashes of Rosé in homemade glazes, fillings, and whipped creams is all it takes to elevate a dessert from good to can't get enough.
Go for the Garnish
For a simple Rosé makeover, top your glass with fruits and fresh herbs. And if you're really into experimenting, try adding a flavored simple syrup to sweeten the deal.
Rosé: Not Just a Beverage