Rosé Cocktails

Rosé Cocktails

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It's National Rosé Day this Saturday 11th June and to celebrate, we have selected some of our top Rosé based cocktail recipes for you to recreate at home with our Canvino Rosé

Our Rosé is a medium-dry, lightly sparkling Rosé with well balanced fruit notes. The pale blush colour is indicative of Northern Italian wines and is perfect for any occasion, making this the perfect base for a fresh and light Summer cocktail!

Make sure you take some pics of your cocktail creations at home and tag us @houseofcanvino 

1. Rhubarb Fizz


  • 40ml Rhubarb Gin
  • 20ml Sugar Syrup
  • 25ml freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • Canvino Rosé
  • Strawberry and Rosemary to garnish
  • Cubed ice

Begin by adding gin, sugar syrup and lemon juice to a tumbler filled with cubed ice, top with Canvino Rosé and garnish with strawberries and a sprig of Rosemary. 

2. Gin & Fizz Bramble


  • 50ml Gin
  • 10ml Sugar Syrup
  • Canvino Rosé
  • Handful of mint to muddle/garnish
  • Raspberries to muddle/garnish

Begin by adding some raspberries and 4 mint leaves to a shaker and muddle. Then add in your gin, syrup/sugar, ice and give it a good shake. Next, pour in your Canvino Rosé. Fill your glass with ice and garnish with remaining mint and raspberries.

3. Frosé 


  • Crushed Ice
  • Pink or cloudy lemonade
  • 4 x cans Canvino Rosé
  • 2 cups of gin
  • a pinch of salt
  • Raspberries and olives to garnish

Mix in equal parts of pink lemonade and Rosé in a blender jug. Add in the rest of the ingredients. Puree the contents in a blender. Serve in Martini glasses, garnish and toast! 

4. Pink 75


  • Canvino Rosé
  • Premium Vodka
  • Guava syrup
  • Fresh strawberries
  • Fresh lime juice

To make a Pink 75, pick a perfect ripe strawberry and chop it into a few pieces for easier muddling. Add your strawberry and freshly squeezed lime juice to a cocktail shaker and use a muddler to pulverize the fruit. Next, add your vodka and guava syrup to the cocktail shaker, then fill it ¾ with ice. Shake until well chilled, then fine strain the liquid into a champagne flute. Top the cocktail with chilled Canvino Rosé, and garnish with an edible flower. 


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