Strawberry Wine Spritzer Recipe – Add your strawberries to your favorite white wine and make this crisp, cool, and refreshing wine spritzer. Great for sipping any time of year.
So wine spritzers have kind of become a thing around here. I hope you guys don’t mind! A classic Red Wine Spritzer is what started it out last summer, and then it just went crazy from there.
Last month I showed you how to make a Rose Wine Spritzer that would be perfect for sipping on all summer long. Today we are using fresh fruit to give it some extra sweetness, color and flavor. Because adding fresh berries just makes everything better!
HOW DO YOU MAKE A WINE SPRITZER?
I am sure there is more than one way to make a wine spritzer, but my favorite way is half wine, half something fizzy. It depends on what type of wine you are using or what flavor you are going for, what the something fizzy will be. If you are going for sweet, Sprite is my favorite. Ginger ale works well too! Or you can even use La Croix or a sparkling water to add a little flavor as well, like in the Berry Red Wine Spritzer.
If you aren’t trying to add a lot of flavor, then just club soda works well too! I made a Holiday Wine Spritzer that had added cranberry juice to it as well. So the options are endless!
To make this wine spritzer we are using the base White Wine Spritzer recipe and basically just adding strawberries. Depending on the time of year you can use fresh or frozen, they both work. I like to leave them whole, because I think they look better than way.
But you could chop them up and muddle them first, if you wanted more strawberry flavor throughout. I just like to eat the wine soaked berries at the end! You could even add a little lime juice to this and it would be delicious!
Strawberry Wine Spritzer Recipe - Add your strawberries to your favorite white wine and make this crisp, cool, and refreshing wine spritzer. Great for sipping any time of year.
- 1 bottle white wine
- 1 litre sprite
- 10 whole strawberries
In a pitcher mix together white wine and sprite. Mix in berries.
Serve over ice