Yields Serves 8 Total Time 15 mins
We like the combination of nectarines, strawberries, and blueberries, but you can mix any summer fruit you like. Start with all ingredients chilled, or stop after step 1 and chill before adding the sparkling rosé.

How to Make It

Step 1
1

Drop fresh fruit into a 3-qt. (or larger) glass pitcher or jar. Add Cointreau, then strawberry lemonade. Pour in dry rosé and stir gently with a long spoon.

Step 2
2

Slowly pour in the sparkling rosé, taking care that the bubbles don't breach the rim of the pitcher or jar. Give the sangria another brief stir.

Step 3
3

Spoon a little fruit into each glass. Pour sangria over fruit and garnish with a small mint sprig. Serve immediately.

Ingredients

 3 cups mixed ripe fruit, such as sliced nectarines, quartered strawberries, whole blueberries, raspberries, or pitted cherries
 1/2 cup Cointreau or other orange-flavored liqueur
 1 cup strawberry lemonade
 1 bottle (750 ml.) dry rosé
 1 bottle (750 ml.) sparkling brut rosé
  Fresh mint sprigs

Directions

Step 1
1

Drop fresh fruit into a 3-qt. (or larger) glass pitcher or jar. Add Cointreau, then strawberry lemonade. Pour in dry rosé and stir gently with a long spoon.

Step 2
2

Slowly pour in the sparkling rosé, taking care that the bubbles don't breach the rim of the pitcher or jar. Give the sangria another brief stir.

Step 3
3

Spoon a little fruit into each glass. Pour sangria over fruit and garnish with a small mint sprig. Serve immediately.

Sparkling Rosé Sangria