It's officially rosé season. And while the blush pink wine is perfectly delightful straight from the bottle—chilled, of course—it also makes a fun and delicious sangria. Here are three sangria recipes that use rosé wine as the base that will become your go-to warm-weather drink.
This rosé sangria really packs a punch! It includes a bottle of French rosé plus bourbon and raspberry liqueur—and it looks pretty with watermelon balls and sliced strawberries.
Food Network's recipe uses a dry rosé, brandy, raspberry liqueur and fresh fruit. Top it with seltzer right before serving to make the sangria bubbly and refreshing.
You can't go wrong with a cocktail recipe from Barefoot Contessa. She uses rosé, orange liqueur, brandy and pomegranate juice (and two red plums!) for a boozy and fun sangria.