Strawberry and Peach Rosé Sangria

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I’ve been on the Rosé train for a while now and I’m obsessed. What’s not to love about drinking pink wine?! It’s a necessity for any summer soiree. Plus it makes you feel extra special when you make a Rosé Sangria.

Rosé Sangria with Peaches and Strawberries from www.whatsgabycooking.com (@whatsgabycookin)

I’ve been on a bit of a sangria kick lately. I think it’s because there is such an abundance of insanely delicious fruit at the markets right now, I feel compelled to throw all of it into my drink.

I’ve made sangria a time or two on the blog before, and each one of them is as fantastic as the next. This Strawberry and Peach Rosé Sangria happens to be my current fav for many reasons.

1- Rosé, I’m obsessed. 2- Basil. Basil in cocktails is totally my jam. 3- Peaches. I literally cannot get enough.

Rosé Sangria with Strawberries and Peaches from www.whatsgabycooking.com (@whatsgabycookin)

Strawberry and Peach Rosé Sangria

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Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1/3 cup brandy
  • 2 cups sliced strawberries
  • 1 cup sliced peaches
  • 1 bottle Rosé
  • 1 bottle Sauvignon Blanc
  • 1 cup chilled club soda or sparkling water
  • 10-20 basil leaves

Instructions

  • Add the sugar and brandy to a large pitcher and stir until the sugar has dissolved.
  • Add the fresh fruit, wine and club soda and stir to combine. Add the basil.
  • Refrigerate the sangria for at least 6 hours before serving.
  • Serve over ice.
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61 comments

    • Gaby

      thanks girl!! excited to see your book when it arrives. My husband cant wait!

  1. Heather Christo

    This is beautiful. I have been making sangria with Sparkling Rose all summer and I am so obsessed with it. This variety looks beautiful!

    • Gaby

      I mean I think we should have a sangria party for all the girls in Palm Springs right?!

    • Gaby

      wish you were here to drink it with me girl!

  2. Mya

    This looks so delicious! It’s so hot and humid outside right now; this is exactly what I need (even though it’s only noon haha)!

  3. Monika

    This looks beautiful, relaxing and refreshing. So many beautiful berries at our markets, I am compelled to try this over the weekend!

    • Gaby

      hahahah come on over to LA and I’ll make us some!

  4. Julie Curnick

    Looks wonderful! Have you ever made Sangria from peach wine? My bestie sent me a bottle from her home state of Colorado…I made Sangria for a lake cocktail gathering…it got rave reviews!

    I am definitely going to make your beautiful sangria!

  5. Julie Curnick

    Looks wonderful! Have you ever made Sangria from peach wine? My bestie sent me a bottle from her home state of Colorado…I made Sangria for a lake cocktail gathering…it got rave reviews!

    I am definitely going to make your beautiful sangria!

    • Gaby

      peach wine?!? NO!! But I need to try that immediately 🙂 What brand was it? I’d love to try some!

  6. Gaby

    Thanks girl!! Make a virgin Sangria – I’ll come up with a great recipe for ya!

    • ian

      Hey Gaby- how many glasses does your recipe yield?
      I’m hoping to do it for a large party. Cheers !!

  7. laurasmess

    This looks so delicious Gaby! I normally like heavier reds like Shiraz/Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon but Rose sounds perfect for a light, refreshing summer sangria! Thanks for the inspiration! xx

  8. Denise

    I am right there with you – totally digging on the Roses! After spending a summer in France, I began crushing on them in a big away, and they are a summer must at our house. Adding fruit and mixing things up is even better. Gorgeous post!

  9. Kate @ Framed Cooks

    I just had a glass of rose for the first time in ages, but it looked nothing like THIS! Pink perfect summertime in a glass…and that first picture? Just. Plain. Perfect.

  10. AlliO

    Looks great! Q: if you make this and have any left over, can you put it in the fridge for the next day or will it get flat or icky somehow? Would the fruit flavor become more pronounced or would the fruit get gross? Thanks!!

    • Gaby

      overnight in the fridge would make it even BETTER!

    • AlliO

      Thank you so much for replying even though I’m a year late to the party! 🙂

    • Gaby

      any brand you like!! I can’t remember what I used for this but it was something fairly inexpensive from the market!

  11. marina

    This looks amazingly delicious, a feast for the eyes too! I have never made sangria before. I was wondering about the club soda — does it stay fizzy for the 6 hours of chilling or should it be added after the 6 hours?

  12. monika

    This looks like the perfect drink for the upcoming weekend. Such a beautiful photo, I just want to dive right in!

  13. Robyn

    I made this last month and it is absolutely delicious. Instead of ice, I used frozen peach and strawberry slices from Trader Joe’s freezer section. Yum!

  14. Firmine Salomon

    This look so refreshing and too pretty to drink. I just got your cookbook yesterday and i am so excited!!! I already bookmarked recipes that i will be making for weekend. I will definitely tagging you. Have a great weekend!

  15. Leanne

    I made this last night!! So delicious! Refreshing and light, with that little bit of strawberry sweetness. YUM!! Thank you for sharing this, Gaby!

  16. Ewa (Carrots and Spice)

    I am with you love Rose and this looks amazing!!

  17. Cynthia

    Looks delicious !! Can we replace the club soda with something else ? My sister doesn’t like fizzy drinks and I wanna make a sangria for her she just gave birth !!! Thanks !!

    • Gaby

      you can leave it out! Or add a splash of lemonade or something fun