6 cocktails à base de rosé pour l'été

6 rosé-based cocktails for summer

When summer finally returns, we savor the joy of enjoying the sun and vacations and we take the time to treat ourselves. And among the little joys of summer, many gourmets like to sip a small glass of rosé wine. So, to vary the pleasures all summer long, discover 6 cocktail recipes based on rosé .

Grapefruit rosé, the great classic

Grapefruit rosé , or Pamp', is a must for rosé-based cocktails. Simple and very refreshing, it can be enjoyed as an aperitif or by the pool. To enjoy this tasty cocktail, nothing could be simpler, just add a little grapefruit syrup or grapefruit juice to your glass of rosé, and that's it!

The rosé Spritz, the bitter summer cocktail

Another big star of summer, the Spritz is traditionally drunk with Prosecco, a sparkling wine from Italy. But Provence offers you a refreshing variation, based on rosé. To make a delicious rosé Spritz , you will need to fill your glass as follows:

  • 2/3 rosé wine and Perrier (or Schweppes Tonic);
  • 1/3 Aperol;
  • A slice of lemon (optional).

Sangria with rosé, the Spanish cocktail revisited

Straight from Spain, Sangria is the festive and convivial cocktail par excellence. Although it requires a little more preparation, nothing is complicated in this recipe. Here is our version of rosé Sangria :

  • A bottle of rosé;
  • 1 cl of grapefruit syrup;
  • 9 cl of cognac;
  • 20 cl of lemonade;
  • Red fruits (strawberries and raspberries);
  • 45 grams of powdered sugar;
  • 1 vanilla pod;
  • A few mint or basil leaves.

Rosé granita, freshness incarnate

Let's continue our discoveries of cocktails based on rosé wine with the rosé granita , or rosé frozé . This very refreshing recipe can be enjoyed alone or with tapas. To create this delicious rosé cocktail for 6 people, you will need:

  • 150 grams of sugar;
  • A bottle of rosé wine;
  • A lime or lemon juice;
  • 100 grams of strawberries;
  • 30 cl of water.

To obtain a perfect granita, boil the water, then add all the ingredients, before placing everything in the freezer for 5 hours. Take the time to mix the cocktail from time to time, and serve it in chilled glasses.

Rosé Punch, the spicy cocktail

If you like cocktails a little stronger, you'll love the Punch rosé . Ideal during warm festive summer evenings, this mixture requires a little preparation to ensure good tasting.

For 6 people, you will need:

A bottle of rosé;

  • Lemon juice;
  • 65 ml of cane sugar;
  • 120 ml of white rum;
  • A bottle of sparkling water;
  • Some red fruits;
  • Ice cubes.

As with the granita, you will then need to add all the ingredients (except the soft drink) and mix them vigorously, before placing them in the refrigerator for a few hours. When serving, add the sparkling water and, if necessary, more ice cubes.

The Sunset, to enjoy the summer

If there is one cocktail that sums up the happiness of the holidays and the magnificent setting of Provence, it is definitely the Sunset ! The recipe is simple, but the pleasure is intense:

  • Rosé wine;
  • 5 cl of cane sugar;
  • 5 cl of cognac;
  • 15 cl of orange Pulco.

Our rosé wines to use in your cocktails this summer

Rosé-based cocktails are generally easy to make, and so good to enjoy. But you still need to know how to choose the right bottles of rosé to make the best cocktails . Here is our selection of bottles of rosé wine from Provence.

Summer vacations are the perfect opportunity to treat yourself with tasty cocktail recipes. Dare to try rosé-based cocktails , and discover a new way of drinking rosé from Provence.

Our selection of wines

Rosé Wine 2023 AOP Côtes de ProvenceGrande Récolte
77,40 €
Box of 6 bottles - 75 cl
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Rosé 2022 AOP Côtes de ProvenceGrande Récolte
Regular price 77,40 €Sale price51 €
Cardboard of 6 bottles - 75 cl
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Rosé 2021 AOP Côtes de ProvenceGrande Récolte
77,40 €
Cardboard of 6 bottles - 75 cl
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White 2017 AOP Côtes de ProvenceChâteau de Berne Grande Cuvée
138 €
Cardboard of 6 bottles - 75 cl
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