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  • Sparkling Rose Float

Sorbet Rosé Floats are half elegant cocktail and half delicious dessert. Using sparkling rosé makes these floats extra fruity and refreshing—the perfect drink for your next summer brunch soirée!


  • Humphry Slocombe "Rosé All Day" Sorbet: While most floats call for ice cream, we think sorbet makes these floats light and extra fruity. With our Brut Rosé base wine as the key ingredient, this unique, refreshing sorbet is available at all Bay Area Humphry Slocombe shops, by the pint here at the Château starting June 1, and available to ship nationally on You can also use raspberry sorbet.

  • Sparkling Rosé: Because you’ll be pouring the wine over sorbet, be sure your Domaine Carneros Brut Rosé is chilled!

  • Fresh Raspberries: It’s best to match the fresh fruit with the flavor of your sorbet. Raspberries, blueberries or strawberries will all make a great garnish.


  • Add two scoops of sorbet to two wine glasses.
  • Fill glasses with sparkling rosé
  • Garnish the top of your float with fresh raspberries and mint
  • Serve, sip, and enjoy!