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Summer is SUCH A VIBE THIS YEAR! I can’t even handle it. The energy is contagious! It seems like everywhere I go, people are just so excited to live their best lives and OVER-celebrate after all that time spent isolated last year. I totally understand that sentiment, and it really feels like this is the summer to celebrate every little thing we can. Even just because the sun is shining! In the spirit of that, I’m going to be sharing a lot more recipes and entertaining posts this summer than I did last summer. So many of us are having friends and family members over to make up for lost time, and it’s nice to have a little something special up our sleeves.
My Holiday Sangria is an HEA Classic. I put it out the first year of the blog, and I revamped it last year with all new images. I still get people emailing me to tell me that that Sangria has become a treasured part of their family holiday celebrations. I can’t even explain how happy that makes me! Because it is now Rosé season (or Summer Water, as other Rosé lovers such as myself, like to call it), I thought it was time to develop a delicious Pink Sangria that blends the delicious flavors of Rosé wine, fresh berries, refreshing citrus, and sweet watermelon. Plus a little extra special ingredient to make it all come together. I absolutely LOVE how this Sangria turned out, and I think it’s my new Summer crowd pleaser! Refreshing, fun, and my favorite color– PINK!
Make sure to refrigerate the Sangria for at least an hour and up to 4 hours before serving so the flavors can blend together!
(Makes 1 Pitcher or 4-5 Servings)
Combine the wine, raspberry liqueur, grapefruit juice, and all the fruit in a large pitcher. Cover with plastic wrap, and allow to marinate in the fridge for 1-4 hours.
When ready to serve, fill a pitcher with ice, and taste for sweetness. If desired, add agave syrup 1 tbsp at a time. (I prefer my cocktails less sweet, so I don’t add syrup!)
Sip & Enjoy
Pour into glasses filled with ice, making sure to spoon in some of the wine-soaked fruit. Top with club soda. Enjoy responsibly!
- Combine the wine, raspberry liqueur, grapefruit juice, and all the fruit in a large pitcher. Cover with plastic wrap, and allow to marinate in the fridge for 1-4 hours.
- When ready to serve, fill pitcher with ice, and taste for sweetness. If desired, add agave syrup 1 tbsp at a time. I prefer my cocktails less sweet, so I don't add syrup!
- Pour into glasses filled with ice, making sure to spoon in some of the wine-soaked fruit. Top with club soda. Enjoy responsibly!