• August 5, 2019

    Rosé Sangria with Fresh Peaches

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    This Rosé Sangria is the drink you’ve been missing in your life.  A juicy, delicious twist on classic sangria with rosé wine, ripe peaches and strawberries. It’s a quick-and-easy, 5-ingredient recipe you’ll fall in love with.

    Rose Wine Sangria Recipe

    Sangria is a non-negotiable warm-weather staple in my backyard. I love the classic sangria recipe, but I am always riffing on it with favourite wines and in-season fruit. Rosé wine is a favourite summer sip, and I’ve paired it with fresh, juicy peaches and strawberries to make an easy, blushing rosé sangria. Served ice-cold, you won’t want to drink anything else until September.

    How to make Rosé Sangria.

    1. Slice peaches and strawberries.
    2. Top with sugar and stir.
    3. Add brandy and wine.
    4. Chill at least 4 hours or overnight. This gives the fruit time to infuse the wine and brandy with their flavours and allows the sugar to dissolve.

    Easy Rose Sangria Recipe

    How much sugar? Should I add soda?

    I tested this recipe many times over many years and I found 1/2 cup sugar to be just right. I serve my sangria very cold and prefer it to be balanced: sweet and delicious as well as fruity and refreshing. I don’t dilute with soda because I like it boozy.

    If you prefer a dry beverage or grabbed a sweeter rosé, start with 1/3 cup sugar and use simple syrup to add more sweetness at the end to taste. (Don’t add more sugar at the end, as it won’t have time to properly dissolve.)

    What wine should I use for sangria?

    Choose a wine that you enjoy sipping, but nothing too pricey or precious. The sangria will (obviously) taste like the wine, so don’t use a bottle that was opened for days or one from the bottom of the bargain bin that you’d never drink from a glass.

    More sangria recipes you might like: 

    Stone Fruit Sangria with plums and cherries.

    Cherry Merlot Winesicles (basically sangria in an ice pop, need I say more?)

    Christmas Sangria (because sangria season really doesn’t have to end)

    Rose Wine Sangria Recipe

    Rosé Sangria

    A juicy, delicious twist on classic sangria with rosé wine, brandy and ripe peaches and strawberries. It's a quick and easy recipe.
    Prep Time: 5 minutes
    Chill time: 4 hours
    Total Time: 4 hours 5 minutes
    Course: Drinks
    Cuisine: spanish
    Keyword: rose sangria
    Servings: 6
    Author: Jennifer Pallian BSc, RD

    Ingredients

    • 2 large peaches pitted and sliced
    • 8 medium strawberries halved
    • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
    • 1/2 cup brandy
    • 1 bottle rosé wine something you like, but nothing too special

    Instructions

    • Combine peaches, strawberries and sugar in a large pitcher, stirring to mix. Top with brandy and wine and stir again. Cover top of pitcher with plastic wrap and refrigerate the sangria for at least 4 hours, and preferably overnight to allow the sugar to dissolve fully and for the flavours to meld. Serve in wine glasses. It'll keep in the fridge for about 3 days. If you have self-restraint.
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    Hi, I'm Jennifer Pallian, BSc, RD. I studied cooking, baking and food chemistry in a university lab, have years of experience as a professional test kitchen recipe developer and providing technical baking support to bakeries and home bakers. Want to know why your bread didn't rise? I've got your back.I now work full-time as a blogger, putting the years of science and baking to work right here. On Foodess, I share the best recipes in my arsenal - tested-till-PERFECT recipes for cozy baking, easy recipes for weeknight meals and delicious globally-inspired comfort food, plus lots of science-based cooking and baking tips. Welcome!

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    If I have no fresh peaches available can I use canned peaches (the ones with syrup)

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