Rosé Sangria

This rosé sangria recipe is a light, crisp, and an easy spring and summer cocktail recipe to make for a crowd. It’s also a bit boozy but doesn’t taste like it, which in my opinion is the best kind of cocktail.

Close up of a stemless wine glass filled with rosé sangria, ice, berries, and orange slices. There is also a container of raspberries in the foreground, a container of strawberries in the background, and additional glasses of rosé sangria in the background.

With warm weather just around the corner, rosé season is in sight! Whether or not you abide by the rosé all day mantra during the warmer months, rosé sangria is a fun twist on the classic.

If you’ve always enjoyed drinking sangria, but weren’t sure how to make sangria, this easy batch cocktail recipe is for you! This rosé sangria with berries is made using a bottle of your favorite rosé wine, orange liqueur, brandy, a little sugar, and is loaded with strawberries, raspberries, and oranges. If you want to make your batch of sangria refined sugar free, I’ve outlined how you can do so below.

I hope you enjoy this summer sangria recipe! We’ll definitely be sipping on this all summer long.


Level of difficulty: Sangria is an easy cocktail to make. A little measuring, a little stirring, and minimal chopping and slicing of your fruit.

Flavor: This sangria recipe is light, crisp, and refreshing with a bright citrusy and berry flavor profile.

Time: While it only takes about 5 minutes to prep and mix up your rosé sangria, overall time for this recipe is 1+ hours because it needs to chill for at least an hour to infuse the fresh fruit flavors into this cocktail.

Ingredients for rosé sangria, including a bottles of rosé wine, Korbel brandy, and Grand Marnier. A ¼ cup measure filled with granulated sugar, 2 oranges, and bowls of strawberries and raspberries.


Rosé Wine: a robust, darker-hued rosé is the best rosé wine for sangria (more info below)

Orange Liqueur: you can use any orange liqueur you’d like. We’ve personally been using Grand Marnier, but you could also use popular orange liqueurs like Cointreau or Triple Sec.

Brandy: brandy is a liquor made by distilling wine, making it a great add-in for sangria

Sugar: this rosé sangria recipe has just enough sugar included to add the sweetness you want without going overboard and loading your drink with lots of added sugar

Berries: this sangria recipe features fresh strawberries and raspberries, making it the best summer sangria! But feel free to have some fun with this and add in other fruits like blueberries or blackberries to your batch of sangria. You could also get wild and try peaches!

Oranges: fresh orange slices are a classic sangria ingredient

Large Mason Jar filled with rosé sangria. The jar's lid is off and there is a wooden spoon shown, appearing to stir the ingredients.

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  1. In a large pitcher or container combine the brandy, orange liqueur, and sugar. Stir until the sugar has dissolved.
  2. Add in the wine, orange slices, and berries.
  3. Refrigerate until ready to serve. I recommend letting your sangria chill for at least a few hours to let the fruit “marinate”.
  4. Distribute among glasses with ice to serve. Option to top with sparkling water if desired.
Straight on view of a stemless wine glass filled with rosé sangria, berries, orange slices, and ice. Surrounded by containers of berries and additional glasses filled with this rosé sangria recipe.


What is the best rosé wine to use for sangria? Because sangria generally has a lot of flavorful elements, you want to use a rosé that has enough body to hold it’s own in this drink. Look for a more robust rosé that is darker in color (versus it’s very pale counterparts) for your sangria.

How do I make this sangria recipe refined sugar free? If you are working to keep refined sugars out of your diet, you can still enjoy this sangria recipe with one small swap! In place of the ¼ cup of granulated sugar, use 2 Tablespoons of agave syrup. Now you have a refined-sugar free cocktail you can sip on all summer long – whoo hoo!

Can I make this into a sparkling rosé sangria? I personally like my sangria on the boozy side, but I know a lot of people want a super light and bubbly rosé sangria for the summertime. This is easy to accomplish by topping your glass of rosé sangria with sparkling water to your liking! You can use plain sparkling water or a flavored sparkling water. This rosé sangria would taste great topped with orange, lemon, or tangerine sparkling water too.

Can I make this rosé sangria recipe for a crowd? Of course! You can easily double (or triple) this summer sangria recipe for a great party drink! You’ll just need to find a large enough container to mix and serve this in if making for a crowd. This would be a great large batch cocktail recipe for a summer BBQ, girls night, or your next family gathering.


close up of a stemless wine glass filled with rose berry sangria. additional glasses are in the background, and cardboard containers of fresh berries surround the glass.

Rosé Sangria

This easy sangria recipe is perfect for summer! Made with rosé wine, oranges, strawberries, and raspberries...perfect for a backyard BBQ, evening on the patio, or a refreshing after-work drink with your girlfriends!
4.24 from 17 votes
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 1 hr 5 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 6 Servings
Calories 196 kcal


  • 1 oz brandy
  • 2 oz orange liqueur I use Grand Marnier
  • ¼ C granulated sugar*
  • 1, 750 ml bottle of rosé wine
  • 2 oranges rinsed, sliced, and any seeds removed
  • 1 container raspberries 6oz, rinsed
  • ½ container strawberries 8oz, rinsed and sliced
  • optional: sparkling water to top


  • In a large pitcher combine the brandy, orange liqueur, and sugar. Stir until the sugar has dissolved*
  • Add in the wine, orange slices, and berries. 
  • Refrigerate until ready to serve (I recommend at least a few hours to let the fruit "marinate")
  • Distribute among glasses with ice to serve. Option to top with sparkling water if desired*


*If you'd prefer to make this cocktail refined sugar free, substitute 2 tablespoon of agave syrup for the granulated sugar in this recipe.
*In step 1, I like to squeeze the juice from the end pieces of my orange slices into the pitcher. The acid helps the sugar to dissolve (and then you don't have the awkward end pieces in your sangria).
*Inactive time noted in this recipe is the minimum recommended time to let your fruit soak and flavors meld together. You can let your sangria set anywhere from 1 hour to 1 day.
*Plain sparkling water is a great option to add more bubbles to your sangria (and cut down on the boozy factor if it's a little strong for your taste). You could also try orange, tangerine, or lemon sparkling water.


Calories: 196kcalCarbohydrates: 20gProtein: 1gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 7mgPotassium: 173mgFiber: 1gSugar: 17gVitamin A: 98IUVitamin C: 24mgCalcium: 29mgIron: 1mg
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  1. Kendra says

    5 stars
    This Sangria screams SUMMER and patio drinking! I highly recommend it!!

    • ourlovelanguageisfood says

      🙌🙌🙌 yes!!! so glad you love it too, cheers!

  2. M. says

    5 stars
    This is the best sangria for summertime! Love the fresh berries and just how yummy it is.

    • ourlovelanguageisfood says

      Totally agree, glad you love it too! Cheers!

  3. Ann says

    5 stars
    Absolutely delicious!

    • ourlovelanguageisfood says

      Thank you so much Ann, I’m so glad to hear you enjoyed this sangria recipe!