Pomegranate Spritzer – A Bubble Drink

You know, I recently discovered this fantastic drink that hits the sweet spot between a cocktail and a mocktail. My niece, with her picky palate, ordered something not too strong like cocktail but definitely more exciting than a typical mocktail. The bartender can still pleased her a Lemon Spritzer, and little did I know, it would soon become one of my favorite go-to drinks.

It’s the ideal compromise for those moments when you desire a hint of sophistication without the overpowering kick of strong spirits.

Pomegranate spritzer with alcohol

A spritzer is a combination of sparkling water or carbonated water and a splash of juice or wine. These drinks are known for their light and bubbly nature, making them a perfect choice for a thirst-quenching experience.

This means you can experiment with various combinations of juices, wines, and sparkling water to create your own signature spritzer, from a classic wine spritzer, a fruity mocktail version, or a unique concoction of your own.

Today, I’m not gonna make Lemon Spritzer, I have enough lemon cocktails right now. I’ll make Pomegranate cocktail instead. Here is my Pomegranate Spritzer recipe:

Pomegranate Spritzer

A perfect choice for a thirst-quenching experience.
Total Time 7 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine Italian
Servings 4
Calories 130 kcal


  • 2 cup white wine e.g., Sauvignon Blanc or Prosecco
  • 1 cup pomegranate juice
  • 1/4 cup simple syrup adjust to taste
  • 1 cup club soda
  • Ice cubes
  • Fresh mint leaves for garnish


  • In a pitcher, combine the white wine, pomegranate juice, and simple syrup. Stir well to mix.
  • Place ice cubes in serving glasses.
  • Pour the wine and pomegranate mixture over the ice, leaving some space at the top.
  • Top each glass with club soda for a fizzy kick.
  • Stir gently to combine the ingredients.
  • Garnish with fresh mint leaves for a refreshing aroma.
Keyword alcohol, cocktail, drinks, homemade

From this basic version, you can create other Pomegranate Spritzer variations. For instance, you can add other ingredients to the mix, such as ginger, fresh rosemary, citrus juice (lime or orange), fresh thyme, or cranberry juice.

You can also add Elderflower or Aperol liqueur or to the recipe to make Pomegranate Aperol Spritzer and Pomegranate Elderflower Spritzer. If you prefer a non-alcoholic Pomegranate Spritzer version, you can remove the wine, mix 1 cup of pomegranate juice with 1/2 cup of sparkling water, and add juice of half a lemon for a citrusy twist.

Johanna Cleveland
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