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Blueberry Mint Sorbet Sparkling Rosé Wine Float

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Last Updated on June 8, 2023 by Leah Hall

 A refreshing sorbet and rosé wine float dessert and cocktail all in one!


This summer we have totally been into all sorts of frozen drinks and desserts. They are somewhat of a departure from our typical drinks, but with the hot weather, serving anything frozen and frosty is going to be delicious! Our Blueberry Mint Sorbet Sparkling Rosé Wine Float checks both the dessert and the drink box off the list, which is why this delicious fruity, frozen and fizzy float is tops on our summer sippers list!


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Blueberry Mint Sorbet Rose Float in wine glasses with mint and straws. Jigger and gray container in background with flowers.

Rosé Float

Over the last few summers we have been experimenting with all kinds of frozen treats, from delicious boozy popsicles to creamy no churn ice cream made with beer. it was only natural that this summer we had to find some new frozen treats. We have been having some incredible luck with fresh berries this summer, and when had a great batch of blueberries that were just begging to be made into something delicious, we decided to make a fresh blueberry mint sorbet.

Blueberry Mint Sorbet Rose Float top shot with rose being poured in, with straws and mint

What is a sorbet? When most people think of a sorbet, they start thinking about sorbet’s close cousin sherbet, but there is a big difference. Sherbet is made with a combination of fruit juice and cream, and sorbet is made by using fruit or fruit juice and sugar syrup which results in a denser more flavorful dessert. In our case, we used some of the those fresh blueberries and some of our spring mint to make our sorbet.

Blueberry Mint Sorbet Rose Float top shot with mint and straws

How to Make the Sorbet

We started out by freezing the blueberries until they were solid. While we were waiting for the berries to freeze, we made a little fresh mint simple syrup. The mint simple syrup brings a combination of sweetness and refreshing cool herbaceous edge to the table. Blueberry works really well with herbal flavors so this is a fantastic flavor combination.

Once the berries were frozen, we blended them in a food processor with a little fresh squeezed lemon juice and a whole bunch of the mint simple syrup. Once fully blended, we placed the sorbet back into the freezer to “ripen” until it firmed up. This step isn’t entirely necessary, if you just can’t wait, this sorbet is great right out of the blender!

Blueberry Mint Sorbet Rose Float in wine glass with straws and mint

What Ingredients are Needed for the Blueberry Mint Sorbet Sparkling Rose Float?

  • Blueberry Mint Sorbet
    • Blueberries
    • Mint Syrup
    • Lemon Juice
  • Blueberry Mint Sorbet Sparkling Rose Float
    • Mint
    • Rose Wine
    • Blueberry Mint Sorbet


While the sorbet is fantastic on its own as a dessert, we are cocktail bloggers after all, so we couldn’t just stop there. We had previously been experimenting with some different types of rosé (sweet, dry, and sparkling) for another recipe (our delicious Watermelon Raspberry Frosé) so we had a bottle of sparkling rosé in house that was just calling our name to use.


The bottle of sparkling Rosé was a nice semi sweet sparkling wine. It was one that would work really well with with a nice fruity flavor.

Blueberry Mint Sorbet Rose Float in wine glasses with mint and straws

How to Make this Extra?

We are big fans of drinks like mimosas and bellinis, so we figured why not combine our bottle of Rosé and our Blueberry Mint Sorbet to create a nice frozen fruity and fizzy cocktail? The blueberry mint sorbet would bring a nice chilled fruity sweetness that would also act as the base to release the bubbles from the sparkling Rosé.


When you add the sparkling Rosé to a glass containing a scoop or two of the Blueberry Mint Sorbet, you get a nice foamy and fizzy Sorbet and Rosé wine float!


Simple, sweet and fruity, the Blueberry Mint Sparkling Rosé Wine Float is sure to become one of your favorite summertime sippers!




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Blueberry Mint Sorbet Sparkling Rose Float

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Freeze Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes

Dessert and cocktail all in one, homemade blueberry mint sorbet topped with a sparkling rose wine.


Blueberry Mint Sorbet

Blueberry Mint Sorbet Sparkling Rose Float

  • 2 ounce blueberry mint sorbet
  • 5-6 ounces sparkling rose wine
  • mint to garnish


For the Blueberry Mint Sorbet Sparkling Rose Float

Add scoops of sorbet into a large wine glass.

Top with sparkling rose.

Garnish with mint.

For the Blueberry Mint Sorbet

Spread blueberries on a cookie sheet.

Place the cookie sheet into the freezer and freeze blueberries until solid.

Place frozen blueberries into food processor.

Add simple syrup and lemon juice.

Blend until smooth.

Place into a sealable container and allow to re-freeze to solidify.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 194Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 20mgCarbohydrates: 23.1gFiber: 0gSugar: 20.5gProtein: 0.1g

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Kendel | Little Misadventures

Monday 10th of July 2017

Um, YUM! This looks absolutely delicious! I need to try this before summer rolls around again!

The 'Noms.

Monday 10th of July 2017

Thanks so much, hope you do! Cheers!


Saturday 8th of July 2017

This rosé float looks amazing!! Must try it! xx, Lindsay

The 'Noms.

Monday 10th of July 2017

Thanks so much! Hope you try it out! Cheers!

Kimberly @ Berly's Kitchen

Saturday 8th of July 2017

Love these flavors! The pictures are gorgeous, too. Would love to try these sometime. :)

The 'Noms.

Monday 10th of July 2017

Thank you so much! Cheers!

Sarah Newman, Vegan Chickpea

Friday 7th of July 2017

Wow I love this! Will definitely be trying this this summer!

The 'Noms.

Monday 10th of July 2017

Thanks, hope you do! Cheers!


Thursday 6th of July 2017

I think this will have to be on our list for the next time we have Rose!

The 'Noms.

Monday 10th of July 2017

Yes! Cheers!

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