Pink Lemonade Sangria is made with dry rosé wine, fresh lemons, cherries & raspberries. It’s finished with a splash of Limoncello! So refreshing!
Today the #SundaySupper group wants to help you beat the summer heat with a refreshing cold drink! A cocktail or mocktail is perfect for relaxing by the pool!
I’m sharing one of my summer favorites, Sangria. I’m definitely more of a wine drinker than a cocktail drinker, but in the summer I love to make ice cold Sangria with lots of fresh fruit.
I created this new sangria recipe especially for today’s event. Nothing says summer to me like a tall glass of ice-cold pink lemonade, except maybe a glass of well-chilled rosé wine. Of course, the way my brain works, I decided it would be fun to create a “grown up” version of pink lemonade; Pink Lemonade Sangria!
The base of Pink Lemonade Sangria is a bottle of rosé wine. Look for a dry rosé with plenty of good fruit flavor. I added juicy dark cherries and raspberries to accentuate the berry flavors in the wine. Limoncello is the perfect liqueur to add lemonade zing to the mix. Lemon slices add a fresh flavor and look so pretty floating in the pitcher.
I added a little sugar since my wine was pretty dry. If you have a sweeter wine you might not need the sugar. Take a sip before adding the club soda, then add sugar according to your taste.
- 2 lemons, sliced thinly
- 2 cups fresh cherries, pitted
- 1 pint fresh raspberries
- 1/2 cup Limoncello
- 2 tablespoons granulated sugar, (optional-depends on how sweet/dry the wine is)
- 1 750 ml bottle dry Rosé wine
- 1 cup (8 oz, 236 ml) club soda
- Combine the fruit with the Limoncello and sugar in a glass pitcher.
- Add the rosé wine and stir to combine
- Refrigerate at least 3-4 hours to chill and allow the flavors to meld
- Just before servings, add the club soda
- Pour into glasses and enjoy!
When you finish drinking the Sangria, don't forget to enjoy the left over fruit. Eat it plain or as an ice cream topping!
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