Summer is here! What could be better than a refreshing and delicious drink such as raspberry in rose wine to quench your thirst.
This drink, fruity, sparkling and slightly sweet, is the perfect choice for sunny days or to accompany your moments of relaxation with friends.
As you may have guessed, the heart of this drink is raspberry, this small red fruit with sweet and tangy flavors. The raspberry is therefore completed with rosé wine, but can also be accompanied by a background of syrup, or even a lemonade for the sparkling side.
By combining the freshness of raspberries with the sweetness of rose wine, the Framboisine offers an incomparable, thirst-quenching and gourmet taste experience.
Raspberry Cocktail Recipe
Choose a rose wine that is more balanced between a dry and slightly sweet side. This may vary depending on your preferences. Then, mash some fresh raspberries in the bottom of a glass to release their flavors and color. Then add the chilled rose wine and mix gently.
For a touch of sparkling, you can add soda water or lemonade. These bubbles will bring an extra liveliness to the drink which blends perfectly with the fruity notes of rose wine and raspberries.
A summer cocktail
Although the drink tastes delicious, it also offers the advantage of allowing your guests to enjoy rose wine in a lighter and more thirst-quenching way. It is an ideal option for those who enjoy rose wine but want to enjoy it in a different way on hot days.
The Raspberry in Rose wine is therefore a real invitation to freshness and indulgence. Its harmonious blend of fruity and sparkling flavors makes it an essential summer drink. So the next time you are looking to amaze your guests with a refreshing and irresistible drink, look no further, the Raspberry with rose wine, the art of freshness in a glass!
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What rose wine should I choose for a raspberry
Discover our selection of exquisite rose wine, including the delicate Daï from the Myrko Tépus estate, light and thirst-quenching. The abrunet rose from the Celler Frisach estate, fresh and fruity, or the Voyage bottle from the Nadège Wines estate, an invitation to a gourmet journey, a deliciously fruity experience to share (or not).