We all need some refreshing rosé sangria in our lives, and these ten recipes more than fit the bill!
It doesn’t matter what season it is — there’s a refreshing and festive rosé sangria recipe for ANY time of year. Be it Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall, all you have to do is call up your friends and tell them to bring over the biggest pitcher they have.
I absolutely love rosé (who doesn’t!?) and am constantly looking for new ways to incorporate it into my life. Frozé, rosé ice cubes, rosé gummies, rosé ice cream… if you put “rosé” on the label and I am IN.
I also love finding new ways to drink rosé, and I can’t think of a better way than by combining it with more booze, juice, and delicious fruit.
These rosé sangria recipes are super fun, unique, and refreshing. They’re sure to impress and get the party started, so let’s jump right into the list!
The only thing better than rosé sangria is definitely rosé AND champagne sangria. This recipe brilliantly combines the two along with peaches, strawberries, and basil. That means you get the freshness of the basil and fruit + bubbles + dry and tart rosé... you really can have it all.
This recipe would be perfect for summer and incorporates strawberries, dry rosé, vodka, and raspberry lime sparkling water to give it a nice effervescence. It's a little intimidating because it calls for fresh strawberry purée, but the recipe walks you through how to make it from scratch and it is TOTALLY worth the extra effort.
Another amazing rosé sangria for the summertime that features fresh watermelon, vodka, Grand Marnier, soda water, and rosé! Here in North Carolina it gets HOT. With a capital everything. Next time I find myself outside by a pool in 90+ degree heat, this will absolutely be my drink of choice.
This gorgeous recipe uses grilled peaches, plums, and cherries along with rosé, peach brandy, and rose (the flower, not the wine). The caramelized, charred, and floral flavors make this sangria super unique and a perfect drink for a barbecue.
Frozen drinks are superior and we all know it. I'm counting this as a sangria because it has fruit and wine and looks freaking delicious. This is an extremely easy and fun take on a frosé that only requires 2 critical ingredients: rosé and frozen peaches.
Just the name of this sangria makes me feel like I was hit by a cool breeze after being in a 100 degree barn for 6 hours. Aka: VERY refreshed. I love a good spritzer any time of year, and using pink lemonade with rosé is a new idea (for me at least) that is beyond brilliant.
Rhubarb is an underrated "fruit". Okay, it's technically a vegetable, but with enough sugar you can turn it into a delicious, fruity syrup! I love this recipe because the rhubarb adds a tartness that would beautifully complement crisp rosé and fresh fruit.
This recipe is packed with some insanely refreshing ingredients, including rosé, lychee liqueur, elderflower syrup, and citrus. It's the perfect intersection of fruity and floral, and would be amazing for a Spring garden party.
This recipe proves rosé isn't only for the summertime and can be used to make a bomb sangria any time of year! I love this autumn sangria because it's light and fruity while still having a big boozy kick from the brandy.
If I were to make a rosé sangria recipe, my first thought would be to use pineapple because it's not too sweet and would add a wonderful tartness. So it's crazy to me how few rosé sangria recipes use it! This recipe is an exception and sounds mega delicious -- it's also super simple and basically just involves pouring pineapple and rosé in a pitcher with a handful of whatever fruit you have on hand.
And that’s a wrap! I absolutely love looking at all these pretty pink drinks and can’t wait to try out a few more of these recipes. If you have a favorite sangria recipe that tastes like a breath of fresh air, PLEASE tell me all about it in the comment section below 🙂