Invented centuries ago to help beat the Mediterranean heat, sangria is simply a fresh fruit punch made with a wine base.
The theory behind this rosé wine sangria cocktail is to throw everything into a pitcher and let it set overnight (or about 8 hours) so the flavors can become one. Think blackberries, peaches, raspberries (fresh or frozen) and fresh mint leaves for garnish!
This cocktail is full of perks—you can make it a day in advance, and if you have a beverage dispenser, it’s a beauty when displayed on the bar or buffet. You really can’t mess up sangria, so take liberties when you make your own!
Rosé Wine Sangria Video
- 2 bottles dry rosé wine, chilled
- 1 bag blackberries, frozen
- 1 bag peaches, frozen
- 1 bag raspberries, frozen
- fresh mint leaves, for garnish
- Combine rosé wine and fruit in a large container or pitcher. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
- Add fresh mint then serve.
If fresh fruits are inconvenient, any of your favorite frozen varieties are a fine substitute!