via Food & Wine
We don’t need to tell you that sparkling wine is amazing in cocktails. Even a small splash of bubbles can brighten up a drink, enlivening its flavors and making it feel an awful lot more festive. We rarely see sparkling rosé called for in cocktails; but why not give it a try?
If you’ve never had the St-Germain in a glass of sparkling wine, it’s high time you tried it. Just a small measure of the elderflower liqueur adds an appealing floral character. Here, we’re lightening it up, spritz-style, with a bit of club soda. Lemon is the garnish you’re after.
Instructions: In a wine glass with ice, combine half an ounce of St-Germain, 4 ounces of Coeur Clémentine sparkling rosé, and an ounce of club soda. Stir gently and garnish with a lemon wheel.