Enjoy this light, fruity cocktail without any of the guilt. With just 100 calories per serving, you can enjoy these sugar-free spritzers at your next party!
Spring is finally here! It's time for me to put the red wine aside and start making some light, fun cocktails.
I am so seasonal with my wine. Once the weather warms up, I immediately want white wine.
I am not a huge drinker, so I love the idea of adding some seltzer to save some calories and some muddled fruit for natural sweetness. I put stevia in the recipe, but only as an option if you feel like you need it a little sweeter.
Why You Should Make These Wine Spritzers
These are also so easy to make (even though they look pretty fancy). The best part of these spritzers is that they are so pretty! They are a huge crowd pleaser too (think Easter, Mother's Day….)
I just love these colors!
It takes a few minutes to prepare this delicious cocktail and most likely you have all the ingredients in your house already.
Recipe FAQ's and Expert Tips
White wines range from very sweet to very dry, so there is almost always a good fruit pairing for any type of white wine. Sparkling whites with light sweetness and sweet wines like Muscat pair well with berries, while fruits like apples and pears go good with whites in the mid-sweetness range such as Pinot Grigio.
Greta question! I make a pitcher of this by adding one cup of mixed berries, one bottle of white wine, 8-10 ounces of seltzer/club soda, ¼ cup mint leaves and a few extra drops of stevia or Monk fruit!
Yes you can prepare this a few minutes before serving, but not too far in advance. The seltzer will get flat and the fruit will get too mushy if it sits too long.
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Berry Wine Spritzer
- ¼ cup mixed berries
- juice of ½ lime
- 4 mint leaves torn
- 4 ounces white wine I used sauvignon blanc
- 4 ounces seltzer or club soda I used seltzer
- 3-5 drops stevia optional
- Place berries, lime juice, mint leaves and stevia (if you are using it) in a small bowl or glass. Muddle everything by pressing down a few times making sure the juices from the fruit are coming out.
- Add wine and seltzer and mix well. Add ice if desired. Serve immediately.