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Made with rosé instead of red wine, this light and fruity sangria is dangerously refreshing! With sliced citrus fruit, raspberries and pineapple juice, you may want to make a couple batches - just in case.

6 people made this

IngredientsServes: 6

  • 1 (750ml) bottle rose wine
  • 250ml pineapple juice
  • 125ml vodka
  • 60ml triple sec or Grand Marnier®
  • 125ml simple syrup
  • 1 orange, sliced into rounds
  • 1 lemon, sliced into rounds
  • 1 lime, sliced into rounds
  • 1 punnet fresh raspberries

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:5min ›Extra time:2hr20min › Ready in:2hr40min

  1. Combine wine, pineapple juice, vodka, triple sec and simple syrup in a large bowl or pitcher. Chill in fridge until well chilled, at least 1 hour.
  2. Stir the oranges, lemons, limes and raspberries into the chilled sangria at least 30 minutes before serving. The longer the fruit marinates the better. Serve over ice.

Tip

Start out with everything cold (vodka from the freezer, rose from the fridge, etc.) so that the sangria needs to spend less time chilling in the fridge!

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Reviews in English (34)

by Royall Clark

I've never made a sangria before and didn't know what it should really taste like. I did the recipe as close as I could to begin with except I used Zinfandel instead of Rose' because I couldn't find any in 4 stores here in Hawai'i. After the initial double recipe was made I knew it wasn't going to be enough, so I add 1/2 bottle of leftover Merlot, 1 bottle of Chardonnay, another 1/2 cup of vodka, and 2 extra cups of pineapple juice. The party was BYOB, but the punch bowl was empty before the party was over! Was asked several time where the recipe came from.-25 Nov 2011

by SBREW

This is delicious! I made it exactly as written except I doubled it. Took it to a party and it was a huge hit. This is my new favorite drink recipe. YUM!-16 Jul 2011


Rosé Sangria

This Rosé Sangria is the easy to prepare cocktail that you will be making again and again this summer. It is refreshing and slightly sweet with a bold berry flavor. Strawberry raspberry puree, fresh strawberries and raspberries, vodka, lemon juice, and rosé come together to create a fresh and fruity Rosé Sangria that can be made in just 5 minutes.

They say that rosé is summer water, it is one of the best things to sip on a summer day. This recipe for Rosé Sangria turns everyone’s favorite summer wine into a light and fruity cocktail.

This Rosé Sangria is made with strawberries, raspberries, vodka, and rosé with a touch of lemon juice. I love the fresh fruity flavor of the berries. I chose to use strawberries and raspberries, but you could use blackberries, cherries, or peaches instead of or addition to the strawberries and raspberries. I like to use whatever looks best at the grocery store.

This cocktail can be made in just 5 minutes. First, you pour the berries, lemon juice, and vodka into a blender and puree. I like to strain out the strawberry and raspberry seeds, but that is a matter of personal preference. Then I divide the puree between four wine glasses, add some berries and ice, and pour rosé over the top. Add a straw, gently stir, and serve.

You can prepare the pureed strawberries and raspberries in advance. This would save you time if you wanted to serve this cocktail at a party. Just keep the puree in the fridge until you want to prepare the sangria.

Rosé Sangria is easy enough to make on a random weeknight at home, but festive enough to serve at a party. It’s bold pink color would make it fun to serve at a bridal shower. You may want to keep in mind that if you add blackberries or peaches it will change the color of the sangria.

If you want to make frosé (frozen rosé), just put everything in the blender. Just add enough ice to turn the mixture into a slush.


Rosé Sangria

Combine the Rosé wine, peaches, raspberries, and strawberries in a large container or pitcher. Cover and refrigerate for 8-12 hours.

Just before serving, pour in chilled sparkling wine and stir.

Serve in glasses with some of the fruit and garnish with fresh mint.

I got up the morning of the Fourth made sangria! And because these photos are from the actual batch I made for the party, and because the day of the party was nuts around here, I don&rsquot have the number of detailed photos to show you that I normally do.

But you gotta trust me on this&hellipthis was absolutely delicious! Perfect for summer.

Dice up a bunch of peaches&mdashhowever many is needed to look abundant in the vessel you&rsquore using.

Pour in 4 bottles of Rosé wine.

I like the lighter-colored Rosé best! I think it&rsquos gorgeous and light and lovely.

Throw in some raspberries, too, as well as some hulled, quartered strawberries.

Basically, I was reaching for really pretty fruit in the red/pink/peach family!

Then&mdashand this is the most important part&mdashpop the container in the fridge for at least 8 hours. You can&rsquot rush this, and you can&rsquot skip it! During that time, the flavor of the raspberries and the peaches will slowly mix with the wine&hellipand boy oh boy. Magic happens.

But wait! There&rsquos more! Just before I set it out for guests, I poured in a bottle of chilled sparkling wine. It didn&rsquot turn the whole thing fizzy, it just gave it a little bit of life.

This sangria&hellipwas&hellipdelicious. I had originally intended to add a little simple syrup to sweeten it up, but when I tasted it after it had chilled, I realized it didn&rsquot need any at all. The peaches did the trick! I actually made three varieties of sangria for the Fourth, and this one disappeared the fastest.


How to Make Rosé Sangria :

Sangria is so simple to make, but I&rsquoll walk you through the recipe. For your convenience, there is a full ingredient list and detailed instructions in the printable recipe card below.

  • In a large pitcher, add the raspberries, strawberries, sliced lemon, and sliced orange.
  • Pour in the limoncello, then the rosé. S
  • tir and chill at least an hour.
  • Serve in a glass with ice garnish and extra fruit, if desired.

Enjoy this sangria recipe? You might like these too:

Oh, and if you celebrate Easter, be sure to have a happy one. And whip up a pitcher of this Rosé Sangria to sip on while the kids hunt for eggs. Or, if you&rsquore like me, enjoy sipping it while you re-watch the entire season of Unbreakable Kimmie Schmidt. Either way, good times are guaranteed.


Rosé sangria recipe - Recipes

Best Rosé Sangria: Berry Rosé Sangria Pitcher Recipe

Sip on your new favorite summer sangria recipe – the Berry Rosé Sangria made with just a few fresh ingredients! In partnership with Ball Aluminum Cup.

Do you have a favorite sangria recipe? Let me introduce you to one that will become your new summer batch drink! The Berry Rosé Sangria combines all the best ingredients in one pitcher, for an experience that’s effortless yet elevated. Plus, sangria is so versatile, so don’t forget to have some fun with it and add any of your favorite fruits to this delicious recipe for a personalized touch!

And my favorite way to enjoy this Berry Rosé Sangria is in the new Ball Aluminum Cup! These cups deliver a unique cold drink experience and can be recycled as easily as aluminum cans, which is a plus for summer get-togethers!

How to Make the Berry Rosé Sangria

To make the Berry Rosé Sangria, grab your pitcher and add some berries (I used blackberries, raspberries and strawberries), fresh grapefruit slices and your favorite elderflower liqueur – I used Fiorente Elderflower Liqueur. Mix these ingredients together and gently muddle with a wooden spoon to release some of the juices from the fruit. If you have a few minutes, I recommend allowing these juices to really infuse together before adding the other ingredients. Next, add in your favorite rosé wine, grapefruit soda, ice and stir. Divide into your cups, making sure to get some fruit in each cup and garnish with some fun edible flowers! It’s that simple!

  • If you are preparing the Berry Rosé Sangria in advance, add all the ingredients EXCEPT the grapefruit soda to the pitcher and refrigerate until ready to serve. Add grapefruit soda right before serving to your guests. This keeps the sangria fresh and bubbly!
  • If you want to get the best experience out of your Ball Aluminum Cup here’s a pro-tip – make sure to chill your Ball Aluminum Cups ahead of time to amplify the coldness of your mixed drinks
  • No problem if you don’t have elderflower liqueur! Elderflower liqueur can be replaced with orange liqueur, raspberry liqueur, rum, bourbon or brandy.

What is the Best Rosé for Sangria?

Because this recipe has some bold flavors, you want to choose a full-flavored rosé to match. When making sangria, there’s no need to use expensive wine. I tend to grab a bottle that’s less than $20 and has a little bit of sweetness. Some great options to look out for are Pinot Noir Rosé, Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé or Tempranillo Rosé.

Why Aluminum Cups?

Ball Aluminum Cups are 100% recyclable aluminum cups that effortlessly elevate any gathering without the clutter of those pesky plastic cups.

And when the party’s over, there is no clean up! You simply recycle the cups like you would with other aluminum cans. So, you can enjoy the minimal clean-up efforts and dishwashing duties that everyone typically loathes.

Did you know that aluminum can be recycled an infinite number of times without losing quality?! In fact, 75% of aluminum ever produced is still in use today! Other materials have to be downcycled and eventually become waste or low-value products. But after being used, an aluminum cup can be recycled and returned as part of a new aluminum product in just 60 days! This means that Ball Aluminum Cups are a wayyyyy better value – sustainably and economically. Watch Ball Aluminum Cups revolutionary recycling process for more information!

You can experience the ultimate cold drink experience, anytime and anywhere! Elevate while you celebrate and use the Ball Aluminum Cups at picnics, birthday parties, holiday parties, graduation parties, tailgates, weddings, and pretty much any other type of festivity or function you can imagine. Pick up your cups today from Amazon and get the party started!

Want to try some of my other favorite summertime sippers? Enjoy the Garden Limoncello Spritz or the Frozen Strawberry Paloma!

And if you aren’t already, definitely follow me on Instagram and Facebook, to make sure you never miss a recipe, get tons of behind-the-scenes pics of everything I’m shaking up, shooting, and enjoying!


Strawberry Rosé Sangria

It’s officially summer and fruity, refreshing drinks are in full swing!

I think this is my 3rd or 4th sangria recipe and I feel like they are getting better and better each time.

Everyone just keep asking me to make more sangria since the first time I made it and so… here you go!

There’s just something about summer that screams, “light, refreshing, and fruity” and then in the winter it is the total opposite. I just want to have red wine and dark beer.

Except when I lived in Florida when it is perpetual summer then I can drink just about anything at any time – though I tend to stick to light stuff and stay away from the heavy stuff.

It’s nice to have an ebb and flow of seasons here… but, like I’ve said previously, I won’t be able to handle it for the rest of my life.

Thank goodness that we will only be here for 2 more years.

Yikes. Saying that actually scares me a little bit. Time is going by so fast and before I know it I will be having to pack up and move, more than likely, across the country again.

I’m excited for the adventure that we are on, I just don’t like packing and moving… but then again, who does?

Anyway, back to this gorgeous Strawberry Rosé Sangria.

I made this particular sangria a few weeks back for a little BBQ we were having and it was a hit.

But I actually went and bought all the ingredients again to make more tonight for the 4th of July celebration we are having. It’s red-ish so it counts!

My mom is still in town and she loves sangria so I know that she will love this recipe and so will you!


How much sugar? Should I add soda?

I tested this recipe many times over many years and I found 1/2 cup sugar to be just right. I serve my sangria very cold and prefer it to be balanced: sweet and delicious as well as fruity and refreshing. I don’t dilute with soda because I like it boozy.

If you prefer a dry beverage or grabbed a sweeter rosé, start with 1/3 cup sugar and use simple syrup to add more sweetness at the end to taste. (Don’t add more sugar at the end, as it won’t have time to properly dissolve.)


Related Recipes

For more great drink recipes, you should try out these creations:

  • German Mulled Wine – A classic Glühwein recipe to warm you up
  • Eierpunsch – A German take on eggnog (but better) that is creamy and sweet
  • Radler Beer – Another German recipe for a classic mixed beer garden drink

Whether you are looking for a traditional Sangria recipe, a more modern creation, or even a unique twist to this classic cocktail, these great Sangria recipes cater to a wide range of tastes, styles, and even different seasons!


Recipe Summary

  • 1 pound fresh strawberries
  • 1 pound seedless watermelon
  • 1 (12 ounce) package fresh raspberries
  • 2 (750 milliliter) bottles rosé wine
  • ¾ cup white vermouth
  • ¼ cup honey
  • 1 sprig fresh basil leaves
  • 3 (12 fluid ounce) cans chilled cucumber-flavored sparkling water, or to taste

Cut strawberries in half and watermelon into chunks, or use a melon baller.

Combine strawberries, watermelon, and raspberries in a large bowl. Pour rosé, vermouth, and honey into a large pitcher and stir until honey dissolves. Add 1/2 of the fruit and basil. Place pitcher and remaining fruit in a refrigerator for at least 6 hours.

Scoop a large spoonful of cold fruit into the bottom of glasses add sangria and sparkling cucumber water to taste.


Citrus Rosé Sangria

Say goodbye to winter and embrace spring/summer with a glass of this seriously refreshing citrus rosé sangria! Make a pitcher of this light and sweet sangria today.

If you&rsquore not rimming your glasses with sugar, are you even drinking sangria?!

At least, that&rsquos how I feel about this citrus rosé sangria recipe. This pink drink is a little bit girly and a whole lot of fun! As Cody Rigsby says &mdash fun and flirty!

Spring and summer are the best times to whip out all of the refreshing cocktail recipes.

I mean, is there really anything more satisfying than a cool glass of sangria after a long, hot day?

Or even sitting poolside. Oh I am so dreaming and wishing for warmer weather right now!!

If you love zesty citrus flavors and rosé wine, you&rsquore seriously going to be obsessed with this easy cocktail recipe!

It&rsquos made with ingredients like fresh citrus, a whole bottle of rosé, and a splash of gin, making it a personal favorite of mine.

Next time you&rsquore hosting a girl&rsquos night or a summertime party, make sure your offer this citrus rosé sangria. It&rsquoll be a huge hit every time!

Ingredients for citrus rosé sangria

  • Rosé wine &ndash For extra bubbles, try using a sparkling rosé.
  • Sugar &ndash This is a necessary ingredient to make sure all of the citrus isn&rsquot too overwhelming! You&rsquoll also want to have some for rimming the glasses.
  • Gin &ndash The rule of thumb with buying an liquor is simple &ndash while it doesn&rsquot need to be top shelf, avoid getting the super cheap stuff.
  • Lime
  • Lemons
  • Orange
  • Seltzer soda water &ndash This will provide a fun amount of bubbles!
  • Ice

Variations to try

This cocktail is pretty classic and delicious as it is. However, if you want to have some fun with it and get creative, here are some delicious ideas!



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