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Rosé Sangria with Alcohol-Free Sparkling Rosé

Rosé Sangria with Alcohol-Free Sparkling Rosé

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Rosé Sangria

Sangria is already one of the most pitcher-perfect summertime drinks. Substitute your favorite non-alcoholic sparkling rosé for the usual wines, and suddenly you have a rosé sangria ready for everything from Sunday brunch to the French Riviera. 

What is Sangria?

Sangria is a wine cocktail that comes from Spain and Portugal. The color of the drink depends on the wine used to make it.

What is rosé sangria made of? Rosé sangria is made of rosé wine and fresh fruit. Some cocktail recipes call for orange liqueurs like Grand Marnier or triple sec on top of the dry rosé wine — but expect a higher alcohol content with those.

Outside of the alcohol, you’ll always find chopped-up fruit in sangria to flavor the cocktail. The fresh fruit choice can be seasonal, and substitutions are acceptable. 

Some people like to match the fruit and garnish to the wine. For example, a white wine sangria might be fun with grapefruit and fresh mint. Orange slices, pomegranates, and raspberries are popular with red versions. 

What is the difference between red and rosé sangria? The difference between red and rosé sangria is the wine used in the cocktail. A red sangria features red wine. Rosé sangria features rosé wine. 

If you love a classic red sangria, we have a non-alcoholic sangria for you to taste-test. That one is topped with sparkling water and our dealcoholized pinot noir, but a non-alcoholic sparkling wine can sub into the bubbles.

That’s what we’ll do here.

Rosé Sangria Recipe

Traditional sangria recipes may call for downtime to allow the flavors to blend together and the fruit to be macerated. Since we’re working with muddled fruit and a non-alcoholic bottle of rosé, you can skip that step for an even easier fruity mocktail with minimal prep time.

What is the best way to serve rosé sangria? The best way to do rosé sangria is to chill out a large pitcher. Wine glasses or other stemmed glassware works best for individual pours so you’re not warming up the drink with your hands.

Total time: 5 minutes

Yields: 4 servings

Serving size: 8 ounces


  • 1 bottle Surely Sparkling Rosé
  • 1 cup fresh strawberries
  • 2 tablespoons agave
  • 1 orange (thinly sliced)
  • 1 cup orange juice
  • 1 lime (juiced)
  • ½ cup cranberry juice

Rosé Sangria

The fresh fruit in this one adds healthy vitamins and minerals to your daily diet on top of the fruity treat at the bottom of your cup. Strawberries alone are naturally cholesterol-free and gluten-free, with little saturated fat. They’re also rich in potassium, calcium, vitamin C, and vitamin A.


  1. Muddle your strawberries with the agave at the bottom of a large pitcher. 
  2. Stir the mixture well to combine.
  3. Pour in orange juice, lime juice, and cranberry juice.*
  4. Give it all another stir and refrigerate until it’s time to serve.
  5. Top the pitcher with Surely Sparkling Rosé when it’s time to pour. 

*Sangrias are often sweeter than other cocktails (and mocktails). Feel free to play with the fruit juices to tone down the sugars. A little seltzer or club soda could also make your punch less sweet. Lemon juice works instead of lime if that’s all you have.

Rosé Sangria

Nutrition Information (per serving)

  • Calories: 214
  • Total Fat: 0 g
  • Carbohydrates: 21 g
  • Fiber:  4 g
  • Net Carbs: 9 g
  • Protein: 0 g

Rosé Sangria

Other non-alcoholic drinks to try

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Surely has you covered no matter what kind of sangria you fancy. Try our non-alcoholic sauvignon blanc if you like white sangrias, or top a crimson version with our canned bubbly reds.

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