This tasty Rosé Sangria gets an extra pop of flavor from some strawberries and a vanilla bean making it an ideal cocktail for a warm summer afternoon!
One of my favorite things to do on a warm summer afternoon is to sit on the patio and drink wine with my friends. This summer, Rosé has become my drink of choice and it is truly becoming one of my favorite wines! I really love checking out all the different options – from light, pale pink to light red. Each coming with its own unique flavor profile. So, since I’ve been drinking so much Rosé lately it only seemed natural to come up with a sangria made from it!!
I personally prefer a drier Rosé so that’s what I choose when I make sangria, however, if you like something a little more fruity, that will work too. There is no added sugar in this sangria, so regardless of what you choose, you shouldn’t have to worry about it getting too sweet.
The strawberries give this sangria a nice light, fruity taste, which makes it excellent for a summer picnic or patio party. If you want to turn it into a “Rosé all Day” kind of day, I’d pick a really light-bodied Rosé for the sangria and move into something a little heavier, like a Rosé of Pinot Noir for dinner!!Print
This tasty Rosé Sangria gets an extra pop of flavor from some strawberries and a vanilla bean making it perfect for a warm summer afternoon!
- 1 750 ml bottle of Rosé
- 1 lime, (sliced into rounds)
- 1/2 an orange, cut into thin slices
- 1 cup strawberry halves
- 1 1/2 ounces Cointreau
- 1/2 a vanilla bean
- 1 cup club soda
- Put fruit in the bottom of a tall pitcher. Add Cointreau and vanilla bean. Pour in Rosé, stir and chill for at least an hour.
- Just before you are ready to serve top with club soda.
Keywords: summer drinks