Recipes to Celebrate International Rosé Day


A day for a real all-rounder! Solo as an aperitif, as a sunset tipple for moments of indulgence or as an accompaniment to a meal - a good rosé is almost unbeatable in its diversity. We have prepared two simple yet elegant ideas to enjoy this pretty beverage!



  • 2 slices of green cucumber
  • 1 slice of lemon
  • 2 strawberries
  • 2 cl St. Germain
  • 125 ml rosé (dry)
  • Soda or mineral water

Wash the cucumber, lemon and strawberries. Cut the cucumber and lemon into thin slices and halve the strawberries. 

Pour the St. Germain and rosé into a RIEDEL Tumbler Collection Optical O Long Drink Glass. Add the cucumber slices, lemon slices and 4 halves of strawberry and fill up with soda.



  • 1 bottle of rosé (dry)
  • 125 g raspberries
  • 100 ml of water
  • 100 g sugar
  • 1 lemon

Decant the rosé into a larger container and place it in the freezer and allow it to freeze preferably overnight.

Wash the raspberries, place them in a pot and boil them down with the sugar to a syrup and allow to cool. Place the frozen rosé with the juice of the lemon and the raspberry syrup into a kitchen blender and puree finely.

Serve this frosé in the elegant RIEDEL Superleggero Champagne Coupe, garnished with lemon zest.

RIEDEL Tumbler Collection Optical O Long Drink