This rosé sangria is one of my favorite drinks to make for parties! It is refreshing, loved by all, and easy to make ahead, meaning no need to be mixing cocktails when guests are here.
This rosé sangria includes rosé, orange and lime juices, sugar, brandy, and fresh fruit. The orange juice adds a little sweetness, while the lime juice balances it out with tartness.
While red wine is traditional when making sangria in Spain and Portugal, this recipe uses rosé for a lighter take on the traditional.
What fruit should I put in sangria?
I love including oranges and green apple slices in this recipe. Peaches, strawberries, raspberries, plums, or pomegranates would also be delicious.
How far in advance should I make sangria?
Make the sangria at least one hour in advance of serving. That said, I'd recommend making it the night before to really let the flavors meld together. This is a great recipe to make ahead and simply pour into glasses when guests arrive.
What else should I add to this cocktail?
While I prefer the recipe as is, if you like bubbles or want to reduce the alcohol content per drink, you could consider adding sparkling water. If you add sparkling water, add it right before serving.
How should I serve rosé sangria?
I recommend serving sangria in a big pitcher with wine glasses and ice. I have this pitcher and love it! It would be delicious served along with grilled brie with strawberries!
If you try this rosé sangria, I'd love to know what you think in the comments below! Cheers!
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- 1 orange sliced
- 1 green apple sliced into wedges
- ¼ cup sugar
- 1 750 ml bottle of rosé wine
- ½ cup orange juice preferably freshly squeezed
- ¼ cup lime juice
- ¼ cup brandy
- In a large pitcher, add orange and apple slices. Add sugar and muddle fruit slightly with a muddler or the back of a wooden spoon.
- Add rosé, orange juice, lime juice, and brandy and stir well. Refrigerate pitcher for at least 1 hour, ideally overnight. When ready to serve, stir well again and pour over ice.
I'm going to make this. It sounds light and delicious.
Caitlin from CC's Table
Thank you so much! I hope you love it!