Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita

Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita

The Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita recipe post was made in partnership with Champs de Rosé. Recipe and ideas are my own.

Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita

One of my favorite frozen treats is granita. Sometimes I’ll eat it instead of ice cream if I’m craving something cold and sweet. If you’ve had it before, you may recognize its course, icy texture that’s similar to Italian ice, but granita is made by hand instead of a machine which makes it that much more special! 

Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita

Another reason why I love making this icy treat is that it reminds me of being back in Italy, sitting at a local cafe enjoying a delicious bowl of granita! If you think granita is only a summer dessert, you may be surprised to find out that Italians typically enjoy this cold refresher for breakfast year-round. Serve it with a dollop of whipped cream or over some yogurt with fresh fruit.

Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita

To make the Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita all you need to do is combine and heat sugar, water, and star anise. Strain the mixture into a flat, wide container and add fresh citrus juice like orange, lemon, or grapefruit and Champs de Rosé Brut Sparkling, then freeze. It’s that simple, but just make sure you account for the few hours of time to properly freeze the granita. 

Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita

And with New Year’s Eve just around the corner, try this recipe as a new and exciting way to enjoy some bubbly for the celebration! Or if you’ll be participating in Dry January, this can totally be made alcohol-free by replacing the bubbly with sparkling water or Italian soda! It was so much fun to collaborate with Champs de Provence for this recipe because their Champs de Rosé Brut Sparkling brings such bright flavors to a traditional granita recipe and it’s my preferred way to eat the frozen snack. 

Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita

I’ve previously paired Champs de Provence Rosé with some of my other favorite cocktails, like the Cranberry Rosemary Spritz or the Spiced Pomegranate Rosé Spritzer, so feel free to check out those cocktails as well for some light and refreshing drinks! Champs De Rosé Brut Sparkling is lovely to sip on by itself, but it’s berry notes stand out even more when mixed in this Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita! 

Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita

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Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita

Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita
Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita
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Sparkling Citrus Rosé Granita

This icy treat incorporates citrus, rosé wine and winter flavors, making it the perfect boozy treat!
Prep Time15 minutes
Freezing Time5 hours
Total Time5 minutes
Course: Dessert, Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Citrus, Granita
Yield: 4 servings


  • Small saucepan
  • Flat, wide container
  • Coupe glasses


  • ½ cup water
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 1 star anise pod
  • 2 cups Sparkling rosé Champs De Rosé Brut Sparkling
  • ¾ cup fresh citrus juice (oranges, lemon, grapefruit)


  • Add water, sugar, and star anise to a small saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally to dissolve sugar.
  • Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove star anise and remove from heat and pour into a wide, flat container.
  • Add Champs De Rosé Brut, citrus juice, and stir.
  • Freeze for 5-6 hours, stirring occasionally. Scoop into coupe glasses.

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