I just can't get enough of rosé. So much so, that I made a rosé sangria this past weekend! While most sangria is made with the cheapest red wine, a ton of sugar, and a somewhat bizarre mix of fruits, this one isn’t like the rest. It’s a very clean, refreshing combo of rosé, white peaches, nectarines, and fresh basil. Because there isn't any added sugar, you might be surprised by how dry it is. I added a touch sparkling lemonade for a little fizz and it was delicious. Sip it and enjoy!
MAKES 6-8 DRINKS
2 white peaches
1 white nectarine
6 large basil leaves
1 bottle rosé
seltzer water or sparkling lemonade
1. Peel the peaches and nectarine and cut into roughly 1-inch pieces.
2. Throw them into a pitcher along with the basil leaves, and use a wooden spoon to muddle everything.
3. Add the rosé, cover with plastic wrap, and let sit in the fridge for at least 1 hour.
4. Pour over ice-filled glasses and top with a splash of seltzer water or sparkling lemonade.