I would prefer a red sangria, not too sweet (I don't want to be drinking fruit punch). And a description of the wine used, other liquors and fruit would be greatly appreciated. Served on a patio in a pitcher would be a plus. Thanks.
Perfect for any spring or summer gathering, this bubbly, refreshing rosé sangria is as easy to make as it is to sip. To switch things up, you could also substitute fresh peaches and/or raspberries in place of the strawberries used to create the puree. Get more sangria recipes here.
This wintry, ruby-red spin on sangria is a staff favorite but comes with a warning: It goes down easy. You can make it a day ahead to make your life that much easier, and just add the Champagne right before serving.