Spring Cocktail!

Rose Sangria

Make this sparkling spring cocktail is a hit! Rosé sangria can made by the glass using leftover wine or in a pitcher using strawberries, watermelon, raspberries, juice, and rose wine"

– Mamagourmand


Raspberries Strawberries Watermelon Rose Wine Red Grapefruit Juice Brandy Simple Syrup Triple Sec Soda Water

In a large pitcher, mix together all of the ingredients. If serving right away, add in soda water.

Let's Make It!

If only making a glass, muddle the fruit in the bottom of your glass of choice. Top with the liquid ingredients, stir and enjoy.

How Long Should Sangria Sit?

Sangria without the soda or the Sprite added can usually be kept in the fridge for two days, but depends on the type of fruit added. Since rose sangria uses soft berries, they will disintegrate if they marinate too long, so is best enjoyed within a day or two.

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