Sparkling Rosé wine is a type of wine that is fizzy, and can range in color from vibrant pink to salmon-orange. Sparkling rosé wines are made in all parts of the world, including the Champagne region, though those are called Rosé Champagne.
The pink color of sparkling rosé wine can occur from two different methods. A producer can either add still red wine to the white sparkling wine to make it pink in color, or they can do what is called saignée -- fermenting the wine with the skins of red grapes for a few days until enough color is present in the wine, then "bleeding" the wine off the skins.
In general, the more pink a sparkling rosé wine is, the more primary fruit flavors (cherry, strawberry, raspberry) it has. More salmon colored wines typically have more earthy, gamy flavors and less vibrant fruit.
Some popular cocktails containing Sparkling rosé wine
- Love Burns — Puerto Rican Rum, Sparkling rosé wine, Chinato, Grapefruit bitters, Simple syrup, Lemon juice
- À la Diable — Sparkling rosé wine, Mezcal, Cassis, Lime juice, Ginger syrup, Lemon peel
- Jalapeño Business — Blanco tequila, Sparkling rosé wine, Mezcal, Crème de Fraise, Lime juice, Cinnamon syrup, Jalapeño
- Staten Island Ferry — Gin, Framboise, Aperol, Sparkling rosé wine, Cherry Liqueur, Lime juice, Grenadine
- The Royal We — Sparkling rosé wine, Gin, Orange bitters, Raspberry preserves, Orange flower syrup, Lemon juice, Grapefruit peel