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Sparkling Blackberry Vodka Champagne Cocktail Recipe


Refreshing and fruity, this easy Blackberry Vodka Champagne Cocktail is perfect for any time of year. If wine cocktails are your thing, you need to try this one with vodka and champagne (or prosecco!) for your next happy hour – ready in just moments it is the perfect fun fruity sip!

Close up of a pink cocktail with blackberries in it.
A fruity twist on a champagne cocktail that is perfect for any occasion!

I love this Blackberry Champagne Cocktail with Vodka and think you will too. There’s something about adding champagne to a cocktail that makes it delicious. Maybe it’s the bubbles, maybe it’s the sweetness. Whatever it is, this vodka recipe is super tasty!

With the fresh flavors and fizz from the champagne and soda water, this easy-drinking champagne and vodka drink is flavorful and perfect for sipping any time of year.

Why I love this recipe

This Champagne and Vodka Cocktail is super refreshing and easy to drink. Plus you don’t really need any special skills or tools to make this yummy cocktail.

Muddled fresh mint is one of the reasons this drink is so refreshing. Fresh herbs are a great way to really liven up a cocktail. And mint does the trick every time.

Fresh blackberries give cocktails a sweet, fruity flavor and a fantastic pink color. They pair well with both vodka and champagne and can be found in most grocery stores all year long.

That’s why this vodka champagne drink is one you need to make now.


A cocktail shaker on a cutting board with a muddler sticking out.
You only need a few easy ingredients to make the best blackberry prosecco cocktails!

While most of my cocktail posts feature a recipe that makes just one cocktail, this one is great for a crowd and serves 8!

If you’re not a fan of blackberries, raspberries would be a great substitute.

You can substitute another herb if you prefer. Rosemary would be delicious!

I prefer to use club soda in my cocktails. There are subtle differences between club soda, seltzer water, and sparkling water. I don’t think it matters all that much. All of them will make this a tasty beverage. Use whatever you have on hand or try them all and see which you prefer.

Use whatever vodka you prefer. Tito’s is one of my go-to brands. It’s easy to find and is very popular.

You can modify the recipe to serve 1 with just a little basic math. You can pick up the mini bottles from the grocery store so you don’t have to open a whole bottle.


Overhead view of a cutting board holding a lemon, blackberries and fresh mint to make a cocktail.

Step 1

In a cocktail shaker muddle the blackberries, mint sprigs and lemon juice.

Add the vodka and stir to combine.

In this case, you aren’t adding ice to the shaker and shaking it to chill. It’s just easier to use the shaker, with its built-in strainer lid.

Or you can use a bar pitcher and a strainer.

Club soda being poured into a cocktail in a stemless wine glass.

Step 2

Strain the muddled liquid into stemless wine glasses filled with ice until half full. Top with club soda.

Pink cocktails on a table with champagne being added.

Step 3

Finish up this blackberry vodka champagne cocktail with a splash of champagne.

Add a few fresh berries and sprig of mint to garnish. YUM!

Overhead view of cocktails with a mint garnish.

Frequently Asked Questions

What liquor can I mix with champagne?

For this cocktail, we use vodka with champagne. But champagne is pretty versatile.

Although I haven’t tried it out, I’m betting you can use champagne with any kind of liquor. Be sure to check out my Champagne and Bourbon Cocktail!

What type of champagne should I use?

Champagne, which is sparkling wine made in the Champagne region of France, comes in a wide variety of price points. Do not use something super pricey. Those are better sipped straight and enjoyed to celebrate a huge moment in your life.

Also skip the $4 bottles you find at the grocery store. Not great. A mid-priced bottle is perfect for this. You want to use something you would drink on it’s own but any flavor flaws can be hidden by the rest of the ingredients.

Also look for Prosecco (Italy’s version of champagne), Cava (Spain’s version), and California Sparkling Wine. And while you can find sparkling wine in brut, extra brut, rosé, and so many other types, any of these are fine. The sweetness will change between the varieties but not so much that it will change the drink to be unrecognizable.

Stemless wine glasses on a tray with a pink cocktail in it.

Top tips

  • Get ahead. You can refrigerate the blackberry vodka mix for up to 2 days so it’s a great make-ahead cocktail.
  • Prep cocktails for a crowd. Any recipe where you need to open a bottle of wine is great for a crowd. While you typically get 5-6 glasses of wine from a bottle, because you are only using a splash in this recipe, you can make a LOT of drinks.

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Close up of pink cocktails in stemless wine glasses.

Super Refreshing Blackberry Vodka Champagne Cocktail

With fresh fruit and herbs, this Blackberry Vodka Champagne Cocktail is flavorful and refreshing. Make one of these wine cocktails next time you want a fun and fizzy drink!
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Course: cocktails
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 5 cocktails
Calories: 131kcal


  • 3/4 cup blackberries
  • 1/2 cup mint sprigs
  • 3/4 cup lemon juice
  • 1 cup vodka
  • 1 cup club soda or soda water chilled
  • 1 bottle of Champagne chilled


  • In a cocktail shaker, muddle the blackberries, mint sprigs and lemon juice.
  • Add the vodka and stir to combine.
  • Strain over stemless wine glasses filled with ice until half full.
  • Top with club soda and finish up with a splash of champagne.
  • Garnish with fresh blackberries or mint sprigs.


  • You can refrigerate the blackberry vodka mix for up to 2 days so it’s a great make-ahead cocktail.
  • While you typically get 5-6 glasses of wine from a bottle, because you are only using a splash in this recipe, you can make a LOT of drinks from just one bottle of champagne. If you only want to make a few, use mini bottles from the grocery store.


Serving: 5g | Calories: 131kcal | Carbohydrates: 5g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 12mg | Potassium: 100mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 240IU | Vitamin C: 20mg | Calcium: 22mg | Iron: 1mg
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  1. Julie Evink says:

    Made this vodka champagne cocktail for a girls night and it was so pretty and delicious. Everyone was so impressed with me, but I didn’t tell them how easy it was!

    1. HA! I love that. That’s what most of my recipes are. I love when something is stupid easy but seems elevated.

  2. 5 stars
    Yum. Served these vodka champagne cocktail drinks at a recent summer pool party and they went over super well. Easy to make too which is a bonus.

    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed the vodka champagne cocktail! I love that they are a little bit unique but still totally simple.

  3. One Crazy House says:

    5 stars
    Can I make this vodka prosecco cocktail as a mocktail? An alcohol-free version would be so cute for watching the Barbie movie with my kiddo once we can stream it–but she’s not “tall enough to reach the bar” yet ;)

    1. Yes! Leave out the vodka and use sparkling water or ginger ale for the bubbles! Such a cute movie watching idea.

  4. Cindy Hopper says:

    5 stars
    This was the perfect drink for a Sunday Brunch I hosted!

  5. 5 stars
    Tried this blackberry vodka champagne cocktail this weekend with friends who were over for game night. It was a big hit!

    1. I’m so glad you liked it! My friends always ask me to make them this Blackberry Prosecco Cocktail!

  6. Ok. You had me at vodka champagne cocktail but then you added blackberries and now I’m heading to farmer’s market instead of catching up on laundry. Blackberries, vodka, and champagne? I’m all in!

    1. HA! I think you made the right choice. I’m so into blackberries this year. And they are just perfect in this vodka champagne cocktail.

  7. Melanie C says:

    5 stars
    I’m always looking for new ways to use up the blackberries we have growing around our home. A vodka champagne cocktail sounds like the perfect treat for the end of a long day! I bet it would work well with just about any other fruit too.

  8. This is perfect timing. The blackberries are just starting to turn ripe around here. This vodka champagne cocktail looks like a refreshing and beautiful way to use them. Thank you for the recipe!

  9. We had a blueberry vodka champagne cocktail a few weeks ago at a restaurant for our anniversary, and I’ve been searching for a similar recipe to use up some of the blackberries my hubby bought. I can’t wait to give this one a try! Thanks for sharing it!

    1. Fantastic! You’ll love this vodka champagne cocktail for sure! The blackberries give it a gorgeous color!

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