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Rosé Lemonade Cocktail


If spring was a drink it would be this Rosé Lemonade cocktail. It’s a refreshing wine-spiked lemonade that is pretty and pink. Whether you make this spritz for yourself or a large pitcher for friends, this rosé drink idea is crisp, boozy, and one of my favorite summer cocktails to make at home.

Rose Lemonade Spritzer in glass with a bottle of rosé in the background.
Rosé & Lemonade – the only cocktail you’ll need for spring!

Why You’ll Love this Rosé and Lemonade Cocktail

If wine cocktails are your jam, this is a must-try! I love to sip wine but sometimes I want a cocktail. This drink is the best of both worlds!

Both rosé and lemonade are perfect for warm weather so pairing them together just makes sense!

And pink wine puts smiles on faces, plain and simple. When mixed with lemonade and club soda, you get a fizzy beverage that tastes familiar but with a kick of wine.

Related post: Good Bottles of Rosé to Try

This Rosé Lemonade Spritz is the perfect drink to sip poolside with your best Mrs. Roper kaftan and big floppy hat.

If you are a wine lover, this easy cocktail with rosé wine is sure to be a new favorite.

This recipe is very similar to a white wine spritzer. You just need a few ingredients and a glass to put together a delicious drink in no time!

Ingredient Notes

Ingredients for a Rosé Lemonade Cocktail.
What you need to make this rosé cocktail.
  • Rosé wine
  • Lemonade (homemade or store-bought)
  • Lemon
  • Soda Water

Start with good-quality rosé wine. I buy most of my wine from Winc. They are my wine club that is super affordable and easy to skip a month whenever I want to.

You can pick your own bottles or have them choose for you. Shipping is very quick and they always have some delicious rosé options.

From their famous Summer Water to the cans of Ruza, there are tons of great pink options!

You can use homemade or store-bought lemonade. And be sure to have fresh lemon on hand, both for garnish and to adjust the flavor of your cocktail.

Club Soda adds fizz, which makes it even more refreshing.

How to Make a Rosé Lemonade Cocktail

Woman pouring lemonade into a glass next to a bottle of rosé.

Step 1

In a wine glass with ice, add your favorite lemonade.

For this cocktail, I love these simple stemless wine glasses. But these are my favorite wine glasses. So pretty!

Woman pouring rosé on top of lemonade in a stemless wine glass.

Step 2

Pour in your favorite rosé.

Pouring club soda into rosé wine and lemonade in a stemless wine glass.

Step 3

Add a splash or more of club soda. Give it a gentle stir.

Taste it. If you want to brighten up the flavor a little you can add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice.

I do this, but it will depend on if you made your own lemonade or used store-bought.

A close up of Rosé Lemonade with a spiral made out of a piece of lemon peel.

Garnish with a little piece of lemon and sip away.

One sip of this rosé lemonade cocktail can transport you to a made-up summer destination in your head.

I love mixing rosé and lemonade. It’s tasty and it’s great for day drinking. Although I love a good buzz, I do not love to be buzzed around my kids.

If I want to relax at a pool or under my umbrella on a hot summer day, I like a cocktail with less alcohol. This Rosé Lemonade Spritzer is perfect for that.

I save the hangovers for girls’ weekends.

Tips and Tricks

  • Be sure to taste your drink and adjust the flavors to your liking. I like to use the fresh lemon to add brightness and for extra tartness.
  • Club soda can be a little bit too fizzy for some people. You can also try a gentler sparkling water as a substitute.
  • In addition to, or in lieu of the lemon twist, try adding edible rose petals as a garnish or a rose rim.

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of rosé should I use?

It really doesn’t matter what type of rosé you use in this cocktail. Easy, right?

Rosé is made with red grapes that are only in contact with the skins for a little while giving it that pink color and distinct flavor.

There are all kinds of flavor profiles across pink wine. White Zinfandel is super sweet. I prefer a more dry rosé from Provence. They all work! That’s the beauty of this versatile recipe.

What type of lemonade should I use?

Again, there’s no wrong answer to what type of lemonade you should use. I prefer to use something store-bought so I don’t have to squeeze a zillion lemons.

But fresh lemonade would be even more flavorful! You can even use pink lemonade if you want. It will give it an even more pink color.

You could even use a lavender lemonade to introduce another flavor element.

When should I drink rosé?

Rosé is a versatile wine that is perfect just about any time of year, but it is one of my favorites for sipping poolside in the summertime. If you can’t decide between red or white, opt for rosé.

Rosé Lemonade Spritzer in woman's hands.

Sip an easy Rosé Lemonade Spritz all summer long. It’s a quick recipe that is perfect for sipping all day and into the warm evening.

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More Wine Cocktails

  • Iced Tea Sangria – This is another wine cocktail that is perfect for day drinking. It’s super refreshing thanks to the chilled black tea!
  • Rum Cocktail with White Zinfandel – This cocktail also uses pink wine to create the most tropical cocktail I’ve ever made that sounds like it wouldn’t taste good but totally does!
  • Rosé and Coke – I know it sounds crazy but it’s actually tasty! You need to give it a try.
  • This Pear Bellini recipe is such a good one and is perfect to serve for any type of celebration.
  • This Peach Frosé is the perfect drink to blend up on a hot day!
  • This fruity and refreshing Strawberry Rosé Sangria Recipe with Vodka and St Germain is the perfect big-batch wine cocktail for your next summer gathering.

Or check out my collections of Easy Cocktails, Moscow Mule Variations, and Vodka Cocktails.

A stemless wine glass filled with rosé and lemonade in front of a wine bottle.

Rosé Lemonade Cocktail

This refreshing Rosé Lemonade cocktail is pretty and pink! You'll sip this delicious wine cocktail all summer long with it's easy-going flavor that couldn't be quicker to make!
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Course: cocktails
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 4 minutes
Total Time: 4 minutes
Calories: 249kcal
Servings: 1 serving


  • 1 wine glass


  • 1 part lemonade
  • 1 part rosé
  • 1/2 part club soda
  • squeeze of fresh lemon


  • In a glass of ice, add one part lemonade, one part rosé, and 1/2 part club soda.
  • Give it a gentle stir.
  • Add a squeeze of fresh lemon.
  • Garnish with a lemon peel twist or small wedge of lemon.


Feel free to play with the measurements. If you want it fizzier, add more club soda. Need more wine, add it! Make it how you like it!
Tips and Tricks
  • Be sure to taste your drink and adjust the flavors to your liking. I like to use the fresh lemon to add brightness and for extra tartness.
  • Club soda can be a little bit too fizzy for some people. You can also try a gentler sparkling water as a substitute.
  • In addition to, or in lieu of the lemon twist, try adding edible rose petals as a garnish.


Serving: 1g | Calories: 249kcal | Carbohydrates: 39g | Protein: 2g | Sodium: 20mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 33g
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