Wine Cocktail – Pomegranate Fizz

The Pomegranate Fizz is a wine cocktail that is festive and perfect for the holidays. With pomegranates in season and their bright red color they need to be on your holiday cocktail menu.

The Pomegranate Fizz is a wine cocktail that is festive and perfect for the holidays. Add this bright red cocktail to your holiday bar menu.
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Now that pomegranate is in season it is time to add it to your bar menu mix. The pomegranate arils are such a gorgeous red and give off a Holiday vibe in this festive wine cocktail. It is a must-have drink at your cocktail party this season. We typically think of refreshing wine cocktails during Summer but this gorgeous ruby wine cocktail finds itself in the chilly winter.

Looking for holiday drink recipes? Click over to my 25 Christmas Cocktail Recipe Roundup. No holiday party is complete without these cocktails that are festive and sure to delight. Or how about a Red Holiday Sangria loaded with pomegranate, apples, and cranberries.

Pomegranate, cutting and eating

The Pomegranate fruit is a superfood. I am not saying drinking is healthy but there are some benefits to consuming the pomegranate arils and juice. So drink up and enjoy!

Be careful when you crack open a pomegranate. They can get messy. I suggest cutting them over a bowl to catch the arils or on a cutting board.

The little white seeds in the arils are eatable. You can eat them or you can spit them out. It is entirely up to you. For this recipe they are a garnish and most likely won’t be eaten.

White Wine

I have also used a Pinot Grigio and it wasn’t as good as the Moscato. In my opinion don’t deviate from the recipe. Moscatos work best when it comes to white wine cocktails. They are sweeter and pair well with juices.

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Pomegranate Fizz Recipe

Pomegranate Fizz

Pomegranate Fizz


  • 2 oz pomegranate juice
  • 2 oz 7Up
  • 4 oz Moscato wine
  • 1 Tbs pomegranate arils


  1. Pour all ingredients over ice and stir.
  2. Add pomegranate arils for garnish.

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Pomegranate Fizz Cocktail