Raspberry Rosé Spritzers

Raspberry Rosé Spritzers

The Wild Groves Rosé Balsamic Vinegar is here, and naturally, we decided to make a cocktail. This Raspberry Rosé Spritzer is refreshing, easy to make, and is a great use for the Rosé Balsamic Vinegar. We started with a homemade raspberry shrub, which adds a sweet-tart flavor to your choice of Prosecco or Sparkling Rosé wine! Add a squeeze of lime for extra acidity if you need it,  garnish with fresh mint and rosemary sprigs, and you’re good to go 👏 

Raspberry Shrub Recipe:

  • 2 cups fresh or frozen raspberries
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup Wild Groves Rosé Vinegar

Shrub Instructions:

  1. Combine the raspberries and the sugar in a medium bowl. Mash well with a fork, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. If using frozen raspberries, thaw in the microwave for 1-2 minutes depending on the strength of your microwave and then mix with sugar in a medium bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
  2. Add the vinegar and stir well. Strain the mixture through a fine mesh sieve into a clean bowl, pressing on the solids. Discard the solids. 
  3. Store the shrub in a glass jar in the refrigerator for immediate or later use.

Raspberry Rosé Cocktail: 

  • 1/4 (4 oz) Raspberry Shrub 
  • 8 oz Prosecco or Sparkling Rosé
  • Squeeze of fresh lime juice, optional
  • Ice for serving 
  • Fresh mint and rosemary sprigs to garnish
  • Edible flowers to garnish, optional

Cocktail Assembly Instructions:

Pour 1/4 cup of raspberry shrub in the bottom of a tall glass. Add ice and top with your favorite Prosecco or sparkling Rosé wine and a squeeze of fresh lime juice (optional). If you prefer less wine, you can use 4 oz of the shrub, 4 oz of Prosecco or a sparkling wine, and 4 oz of club soda or a sparkling drink such as Spindrift (We recommend the Raspberry Lime flavor). Stir to combine. 

*For a non-alcoholic version, simply combine a splash of the shrub (approximately 1/8 of a cup) to club soda and add ice.

Product Links:

 Rosé Balsamic Vinegar

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  • Where can I buy the rose vinegar and your olive oil? I really miss the place on 99 where I used to buy your products.

    Bonnie Pike on

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