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Summer Sangria

Summer Sangria

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  • Prep 10min
  • Total1hr10min
  • Servings8

Why drink rosé all on its own when it pairs so well with fresh berries, Chambord™ and St. Germain™ liqueurs? Say hello to summer with this patio-perfect sparkling sangria.MORE+LESS-

ByHalf Baked Harvest

Updated December 5, 2019



cups fresh strawberries


tablespoon sugar (optional)


ounces St. Germain™ liqueur


bottle rosé wine, chilled

1 1/3

cups sparkling water


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  • 1

    Add raspberries, strawberries and pomegranate arils to a large pitcher.

  • 2

    If using, sprinkle sugar over the fruit. Add Chambord™, St. Germain™ and rosé wine. Let sit for an hour in refrigerator.

  • 3

    Stir in sparkling water just before serving. Serve chilled.

Expert Tips

  • The longer you soak the fruit, the more flavorful your sangria will be.
  • Want to enhance the fresh fruit flavors even more? Use a muddler tool or sturdy wooden spoon to break up the berries before soaking them in the rosé wine and liqueurs.

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