White Wine Matcha Spritzer

White Wine Matcha Spritzer

If you’re looking for an easy and refreshing cocktail that also still manages to be unique and can wow a crowd, look no further than this matcha white wine spritzer. It’s easy to make and even easier to drink. This truly is the easiest and most refreshing summer beverage and our new go-to for summer barbecues and pool days. It’s also the perfect cocktail to make for a crowd!

White wine matcha spritzer

 What We Love About This Recipe

Wine spritzers are a classic. A matcha white wine spritzer elevates the classic cocktail just slightly, giving it a fun and earthy twist. Matcha tea powder's bright green hue also makes it beautiful. There are only three main ingredients: sparkling water, white wine, and matcha, making this the ultimate lazy girl drink. If you want to be a little extra, you can also add some muddled fruit or a squeeze of lemon juice.

Ingredients & Ways to Switch Things Up

What goes in a white wine spritzer?

White wine: Your favorite white wine will work. But we prefer a sauvignon blanc or wines with green or herbal tasting notes as these tend to pair better with the matcha.

Sparkling water: Stay away from soda water as that contains sugar. Just regular, plain, sparkling water is what you want here.

Matcha: Opt for a higher quality tea powder such as our original ceremonial grade matcha.

Optional Add Ons:

-   Mint

-   Lemon slices

-   Orange slices

-   Muddled blackberry

-   Muddled blueberry

-   Muddled strawberry

Matcha cocktails


1 bottle of white wine

2 cups sparkling water

2 teaspoons matcha powder


  1. Combine white wine and sifted matcha. Add in sparkling water and serve over crushed ice.

Tips and Tricks:

-   You don’t need to spend a lot of money on a nice bottle of white wine. Even an inexpensive bottle will be delicious!

  - It is worth using a higher-quality matcha tea powder. Culinary matcha, for example, will be too bitter. Look for a bright green tea powder that has a delicious grassy flavor with a strong umami taste. Lower-quality matcha will often be dull brownish green and have an unpleasant bitter flavor.

-   Make sure both the wine and sparkling water are chilled.

-   Sift your matcha before adding it to your cocktail. Clumps of matcha aren’t the vibe here!

-   Feel free to add more or less matcha powder based on your personal preferences.

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