Rosé Sangria

Rosé Sangria

What’s pink, pretty and packs a punch? This rosy riff on sangria, which is loaded with red and pink fruit for a festive, crowd-friendly treat. Be sure to plan ahead: The fruit needs to macerate for at least 4 hours to soak up the flavors and to soften. For the wine, choose a rosé that is neither too sweet nor too dry. It should taste good to you on its own, but since it will be mingling with juice, liquor and a whole lot of fruit, go with something inexpensive.
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  • Serves: 12 persons



  1. Step 1

    Place the fruit, sugar and triple sec in a pitcher and stir to combine; let rest in the refrigerator until fruit softens and absorbs flavors, at least 4 and up to 8 hours. Add wine and pomegranate juice; stir to combine. Serve over ice in wine glasses.