One of the best things I enjoy about summer is the lazy weekend brunch outside my patio, with the warmth of the sun on my skin, the spread of delicious food and the bubbly summer drinks, like this Rosé Sangria.
I recently dined out at an open air restaurant and hooked on its Sangria and decided to make my own.
To celebrate this season’s fresh berries, I added summer berries to my Rosé Sangria.
The addition of blackberries and strawberries not only add beautiful colors to the drink, but also fruity note to an already amazing drink.
It’s absolutely delightful.
Make a big pitcher of this summer beverage, especially if you have parties over.
It’s really refreshing, gives you just a very slight buzz, and perfect with just about any summer foods.
How Many Calories per Serving?
This recipe is only 50 calories per serving.
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- 1 cup blackberries
- 1 cup strawberries (cut into halves)
- 1 bottle (750 ml, chilled rose wine)
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 1 1/2 cups seltzer or club soda
- In a pitcher, muddle the blackberries slightly to break them up a little bit.
- Add the strawberries, rose wine, sugar and seltzer or club soda. Stir continuously to dissolve the sugar. Serve cold immediately.
Notice: Nutrition is auto-calculated, using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where relevant, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.
This looks very yummy! However, I like mine to be a bit stronger, so I will probably try ut with prosecco instead of club soda. ;) I have never had sangria with brandy. I know traditionally it is made with red wine, but I’ve seen plenty sangria recipes that veer away from that.
Yum! This looks amazing….brandy or not =)
Call it for what it is, a “fruit wine cooler”, NOT Sangria.
Sangria is far tastier and always contains redwine and orangejuice, and most times brandy too.
Hi Grand, maybe in Australia the Sangria has to has brandy! In the US, if you look up reputable magazines or recipe sites , most Sangria doesn’t have brandy. My recipe is inspired by my favorite restaurant and no, they do not use brandy in it.
No worries I never had a Sangria that had Brandy in it either or I would have u know what….
I thought it was good and I will try it with Prosecco /for/ club soda. Never had Sangria with Brandy and I don’t care to, I am Greek and Souvlaki (Chicken) was very ?. Wearing my beach pants from Santorni now!!