Strawberry Peach Sparkling Rosé Sangria is the ideal summertime drink. It’s a sweet fruity sparkling cocktail that is perfect for summertime cocktail parties or brunches. The preparation is super simple- just spend 15 minutes the night before your party making the fruit and vodka mix, and then at the party add the sparkling rosé. My girl friends absolutely loved this drink, while my husband was annoyed that I decided to make “the girliest drink ever” instead of the traditional red wine sangria that he had in mind.
I like to serve a pitcher of custom cocktails at parties. It’s far more fun that serving just beer and wine, and much easier than mixing individual cocktails throughout the night. I do all the prep work before the party starts, and guests can easily serve themselves refills during the party. We find that a pitcher of a cocktail, beer, wine, and whiskey are the things our guests love. I served this cocktail at what was supposed to be a rooftop cocktail party, that turned into a Blackhawks party on a rainy 45 degree day. (The Chicago weather can be so cruel).
15 minPrep Time
15 minTotal Time
- 2 pints of fresh Strawberries
- 5 Peaches (I used White Peaches)
- 1/2 a container of Frozen Lemonade Concentrate
- 3 cups of Vodka (I used Tito's)
- 3 Bottles of Sparkling Rosé (I used Mumm Napa)
- Bring a pot of water to a boil. Once the water boils, add the peaches, submerging them in the water for 1 minute. Then remove them from the water with a slotted spoon and submerge them in cold water.
- Peel the skin off the peaches, cut them in half, and remove the pit. Slice two of the peaches, and set the others aside. Place the sliced peaches in a large container with a lid.
- Slice half of the strawberries, and add them to the container with the sliced peaches. Hull the remaining strawberries and put them in a blender. Add the peaches you set aside, and blend until the fruit is pureed.
- Add the lemonade concentrate and the vodka to the blender, and blend just enough to mix everything together.
- Pour the fruit and vodka mixture over the fresh fruit, and refrigerate overnight.
- When you are ready to serve the sangria, combine 2 cups of the fruit and vodka mixture with 1 bottle of sparkling rose. I like to make one batch at a time so that the sparkling rose doesn't get flat, but you could opt to make one big batch combining everything at once.