This pink rosé sangria is the perfect refreshing cocktail for any summertime party or girls night! Made with rosé wine, vodka, and berries it has the prettiest pale pink color! This sangria already serves a crowd but can be easily doubled (or even tripled)!
You might also like this strawberry frosé or this boozy strawberry lemonade!
What is Sangria?
Sangria is a traditional Spanish wine punch that is typically made with red wine and fruit. But these days there are hundreds of variations on this delicious beverage! This pink rosé sangria is light, sweet and perfect for entertaining! You could serve it at a variety of occasions, such as:
- Summer cookout
- Pool party
- Bridal shower
- Baby shower
- Valentine's Day (or Galentine's Day) party
- Or just lounging around the house!
You just need a few ingredients to make this pink rosé sangria!
- Rosé - Just use your favorite rosé wine (I prefer a slightly dry rosé)! You could also use a sparkling rosé, champagne, or a sweet white like Riesling!
- Vodka - This is optional, but I love adding a little bit of vodka for extra boozy sangria. I love using the Ketel One Botanicals Grapefruit and Rose! White rum would also be delicious.
- Lemon Juice - A splash of lemon juice just helps balance the sweetness of the fruit.
- Sugar - This is completely optional! But you can add some sugar for a little extra sweetness. I'd omit if you're using sweet wine or Sprite!
- Soda - I like using a lemon soda like Sprite, but you can also just use club soda or your favorite lemon seltzer instead! If you use sprite you might be able to reduce the sugar a bit.
- Fruit - I use a combination of red fruits like strawberries, raspberries, and blood oranges for this pink berry sangria. You could also use pomegranate, cherries, or grapefruit!
- Mint - This is optional, but I love the flavor of mint with berries.
How to Make Sangria
Add the sliced strawberries, raspberries, orange slices, and mint to a large pitcher.
Add in the rosé wine, vodka, lemon juice, (and sugar if using), and stir to combine.
Refrigerate for at least 2 hours (or overnight) to allow the fruit time to infuse the sangria.
Add in the soda immediately before serving.
Serve over ice and don't forget to ladle some of the fruit into each glass!
Sangria Serving Tips
Don't let the fruit go to waste! Make sure to ladle some fruit into each glass and serve the rosé sangria with little skewers!
Sangria is best served within 24 hours, but keeps for 2-3 days in the fridge. You’ll notice the color of the fruit will become pale the longer you keep it and the flavor will intensify and become sweeter.
I prefer fresh berries but frozen work too!
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Pink Sangria with Rosé Wine
- 1 bottle rosé wine
- ½ cup vodka
- ½ cup lemon juice
- 2 tablespoons granulated sugar, optional
- 1 cup strawberries, sliced
- 1 cup raspberries
- 1 blood orange, sliced
- 2 tablespoons fresh mint
- 2 cups soda, sprite, club soda, seltzer (whatever you prefer!)
- Add the sliced strawberries, raspberries, orange slices, and mint to a large pitcher.
- Add in the wine, vodka, lemon juice, (and sugar if using), and stir to combine.
- Refrigerate for at least 2 hours (or overnight) to allow the fruit time to infuse the sangria.
- Add in the soda immediately before serving.
- Serve over ice and don't forget to ladle some of the fruit into each glass!
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This was perfect for my book club brunch! I left out the mint but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Planning to make it again next month for a girls night!
This went over really well for a summer party. I added a bit less lemon juice and skipped the mint. I added the max sugar suggestion but may cut it back to the min suggestion next time as the rose and fruit are already nicely sweet. Thank you!
Amy F. says
This was great & so easy to make for our July 4th celebration!
Nonno Giorgio says
Always amazingly enticing!