While Rosé All Day is certainly fun, I think that adding a sparkling rosé cocktail to your rotation is the perfect way to take an afternoon sitting on a terrace to another level! A surprisingly easy yet elevated sipper, my Rosé X Deux (‘deux’ means two in French) uses still rosé as the base and frozen fruit to not only keep the cocktail cold, but it also adds a touch of sweetness. Topping the finished cocktail with sparkling rosé before serving makes it feel like a soirée – I’ve never known bubbles to make anything worse, have you? You could even serve this as a dessert with a scoop of my Summer Berry Ice Cream. Santé!

Rosé X Deux

Ingredients (serves 6)

  • Rosé – one bottle (750ml), very cold, AIX Rosé preferred (a Provence rosé)

  • Vodka – ⅔ cup, very cold

  • Peaches – 1 cup, frozen

  • Berry Medley – 1 cup, frozen

  • Sparkling Rosé – one bottle (750ml), very cold, Bouvet Rosé Excellence preferred (a Loire Valley rosé)


  1. In the jar of a blender, add the rosé, vodka, peaches, and berries.  Process on low for 15 – 30 seconds, or until well-blended.

  2. Divide the cocktail into 6 glasses, top with sparkling rosé, and serve.

Rosé cocktail


Marc is a cookbook author and entertaining expert who has shared his expertise for earthy and elegant vegetarian cooking, easy entertaining, and thoughtful but uncomplicated style for the past decade. He loves sharing his vision for the best ideas to help you enjoy life’s little moments, whether for a dinner for eight or a cozy night at home for you and your plus one!

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