Watermelon Sangria

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This watermelon sangria is perfect for summertime. It uses fresh watermelon juice and some pineapple for a tropical feel with rosé wine to make it a little fancy!


Watermelon Sangria

For some who are not familiar with Sangria, it basically is a fruit punch with alcohol. It uses wine, fresh fruit, juices and originally hails from Spain. Sangria has always been one of my go to adult beverages and I now enjoy making a bunch of different varieties. I make a really great apple cider sangria in the fall. It’s amazing!

When it comes to sangria you can pretty much always follow the same formula. One bottle of wine, one cup of hard liquor, a juice or a soda base, some sort of sweetener and fresh fruit! When you’ve made enough, then you can play with the formula. Sangria is also like pico de gallo, the longer it has to rest before consuming, the better the taste! So make sure to let it sit for a minimum of 4 hours before serving. I like having it sit overnight which makes it a great ahead-of-time drink to make if you are throwing a party.

Tip: When starting your sangria, add the fruit first! Otherwise, it will plop and the juices may get on you.

For this Sangria I used an entire half of one watermelon, cut it into pieces, blended and strained it (makes one full quart of liquid). It made the most delicious juice and I just couldn’t get enough of it. I knew I wanted to pair it with pineapple because well, I had leftover pineapple juice and frozen pineapple on hand. To make it seem a little fancy, I decided to also add some rosé wine and then vodka as my spirit. Yummm! For my sweetener I added agave syrup, and my fresh fruit was blueberries and peaches. Finally, to finish it off I added Mint! I chose mint because I knew it would pair well with the watermelon and it’s growing like crazy in the garden right now. That’s it. Mix everything together and leave it in the fridge overnight. When you are ready to pour, make sure you add ice first and then pour your drink!


Enjoy! For another sangria recipe, check out our Tequila Sangria.

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Watermelon Sangria


Enjoy this Fresh Watermelon sangria, just perfect for summer. Along with watermelon and vodka, it has pineapple, rosé, and a little mint to finish it off.


  • 1 Qrt of fresh watermelon juice
  • 1 bottle of rosé wine (750ML)
  • 1 cup of vodka
  • 1/2 cup of pineapple juice
  • 1 cup of blueberries
  • 1 cup of peaches
  • 1 lime sliced
  • 1 cup of pineapple
  • 1 cup of agave
  • 1 cup of mint


  1. Grab a pitcher or container with a lid
  2. Chop up all the fruit and add to pitcher
  3. Add one bottle of rosé wine
  4. Add 1 qrt of watermelon juice
  5. Add vodka, pineapple juice and agave
  6. Add mint
  7. Stir well and refrigerate for a minimum of 4 hours or overnight.
  8. Serve with ice.




I'm Elena, the driving spirit behind Savor Paradise, where the Culinary Travel Lifestyle meets unique Airbnb experiences. Join me in a flavorful journey, discovering exceptional recipes and hidden Airbnb gems, as we embrace the adventure of culinary travel.

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