Sparkling White Grape Mocktail

Author: Lisa Childs

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Category: Drink Recipes

Published Date: November 12, 2021

Updated Date: November 20, 2023

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Sparkling White Grape Mocktail is an incredibly tasty, stunning, and simple 3 ingredient mocktail that’s perfect for holiday celebrations.

two glasses with sparkling white grape mocktail

Sparkling White Grape Juice Mocktail

With only three ingredients (one of them being optional), I don’t know if this can really classify as a “recipe.” But I had this drink at a party once and it was sooo good. Not too sweet, not overwhelming, and it felt super classy. I asked the hostess what she served, and she said it was just two ingredients:

White grape juice



a hand holding a glass of white grape mocktail with cranberries

That’s it! I added the addition of a third ingredient, sugar free vanilla syrup. I also like to garnish with a little green and some floating cranberries if I serve it in a bowl or pitcher.

Awesome Holiday Dishes you’ll Love

No celebration is complete without stellar food! Here are some of my favorite recipes for holiday entertaining:

Non alcoholic champagne cocktail

Sparkly drinks aren’t just for adults! Since champagne is made from grapes, this non alcoholic drink is a fizzy version of an adult classic. White grape juice can be hard to find sometimes, so if you’re thinking of making this white grape mocktail, pick it up whenever you see it at the store.

an overhead view of two glasses of non alcoholic white grape mocktail

This is a great recipe to make for a party or celebration such as Thanksgiving, Christmas eve, Christmas, or New Years Eve/day.

White sangria mocktail

Sangria is a mixed alcoholic drink made up of wine, sweetener, a liqueur, soda or other non-alcoholic mixer, and fruit.

This drink would be a great non-alcoholic substitute by adding cut fruits to the soda and grape juice mix. I would suggest berries, grapes, oranges, cranberries, apples, peaches, pears, or strawberries.

Variations using white grape juice

Here are a couple ways to change up this sparkling white grape mocktail:

  • Use purple grape juice instead of white and serve with limes (ps- that’s called a Lime Rickey)
  • Use frozen grape juice concentrate instead of bottled
  • Mix up the syrup- I use Torani syrups and it’s so good with cranberry, pomegranate, cherry, strawberry, peach, or raspberry syrups.
  • You can use any kind of mild-flavored lemon/lime soda or soda water, sparkling water, club soda, or ginger ale.
  • Serve with scoops of raspberry sherbet or vanilla ice cream
  • Substitute apple juice for grape juice

Other Mocktail Recipes

These mocktail recipes are absolutely amazing. You’ll love them!

Don’t forget to pin this recipe for Sparkling White Grape Mocktail

graphic of holiday mocktail that says super classy and easy holiday punch
two glasses of white grape mocktail

White Grape Mocktail

Serve this non-alcoholic white grape mocktail at any holiday gathering for an easy and classy sparkling beverage!
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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 5
Calories: 165kcal
Author: Lisa Childs


  • 2 1/2 cups Sprite or lemon lime soda about 20 oz
  • 2 1/2 cups white grape juice
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons vanilla syrup not vanilla extract*
  • Ice for serving


  • In a pitcher or bowl, combine ingredients.
  • Pour over a full glass of ice and serve immediately.


*I use sugar free vanilla syrup from Torani. Vanilla syrup is a liquid sweetener used in coffee drinks or Italian cream sodas, NOT vanilla extract. You can use any syrup you like to vary the flavor. See suggestions in the blog post.
The ratios of this recipe is 1 cup grape juice, 1 cup Sprite, and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla syrup. Make more or less depending on your taste and needs.
I use sugar free Sprite Zero.
For a fun holiday presentation, I like to dip my glasses in a little water or juice, then in a little sugar to rim the glass. I also add a couple cranberries for a festive presentation. The cranberries are tart so they are only for decoration.


Serving: 1g | Calories: 165kcal | Carbohydrates: 41g | Protein: 1g | Sodium: 26mg | Sugar: 41g
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