Berry Rosé Sangria is the perfect summer sipper! Sweet, but not too sweet and loaded with tons fresh berries. It will be a hit at all your summer get togethers!
Hi friends! Danae from Recipe Runner here today. Happy almost summer! I know the official start is still a little over a week away, but here in Denver it’s been feeling like summer for the last couple weeks.
We’ve had record 90+ degree temperatures and hardly any rain. I’m really hoping this isn’t what the next few months are going to be like. We desperately need all the rain we can get since we didn’t get much snow this past winter.
I’ve been doing all that I can to stay cool on these hot days we’ve been having. Doing all my cooking on the grill so I don’t heat up the house, always having a stash of popsicles in the freezer and on the weekends, I’m all about making a batch of this Berry Rosé Sangria!
When Ashley asked me to join in on her berry week, I immediately jumped at the chance. Just like her, I can’t get enough of summer berries! Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, I love them all!
Sharing the recipe for this Berry Rosé Sangria for berry week was a no-brainer and something I’ve been wanting to make ever since the spring berries hit the grocery stores.
Generally sangria is made with red or white wine, but I’m obsessed with rosé. Rosé all day, am I right?!
For this recipe you’ll want to use a dry bottle of rosé because all of the berries, raspberry liqueur and agave will sweeten the drink plenty. Speaking of the berries, it’s loaded with tons of fresh strawberries, raspberries and blackberries. Feel free to use whatever your favorites are or that look the best at your grocery store.
It’s best to let the sangria sit in the fridge for a few hours, or even over night before serving it. This gives the berries and rosé a chance to infuse into each other so you get that full berry flavor.
When you’re ready to serve the Berry Rosé Sangria, pour it into individual glasses being sure each glass gets plenty of those boozy berries. Top the sangria off with sparkling water for a little effervescence then sit back and enjoy every delicious sip!
Berry Rosé Sangria
- 2 750 ml bottles dry rosé
- 1/3 cup brandy
- 1/4 cup Chambord
- 3-4 tablespoons agave nectar
- 1 1/2 cups sliced strawberries
- 6 ounces raspberries
- 6 ounces blackberries
- Sparkling water to top off each drink before serving
- Mix the rosé, Chambord, brandy and agave together in a pitcher, then add the fruit.
- Refrigerate at least 1 hour and up to 1 day. Top off each glass with sparkling water before serving.
- Rosé ice cubes are a nice touch when serving the sangria without watering it down. Simply freeze rosé in an ice cube tray like you would regular ice.
- If you don’t want extra Chambord or brandy, check behind the counter at your liquor store for shooter/smaller sized bottles.