Traditionally made with red or white wine, this Spanish staple is updated with rosé wine, fresh grapefruit juice and fresh raspberries. To mix things up, you can try any of your favorite fruits. Sliced stone fruits and fresh blackberries also pair particularly well with rosé.
Rosé Sangria with Citrus and Raspberries
1. In a large pitcher, combine the wine, grapefruit juice, orange juice, orange liqueur, brandy, and simple syrup and stir until blended. Stir in the lemon and orange slices and the raspberries. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour or up to 8 hours.
2. Pour the soda water into the sangria and stir to combine. Pour the sangria into ice-filled wine glasses. Serves 8.
#SipTip: The longer you let your sangria “marinate” in the fridge, the more fruity flavor your sangria will have when you do serve it.
Source: Williams Sonoma Taste