Kicking off the week leading up to Cinco de Mayo with this super simple and refreshing blood orange rosé sangria.
Made with fresh mint and fresh, fruity flavors. It’s the perfect beverage to celebrate the holiday as the weather starts to warm up! Here I’ve paired it with the ultimate healthy Cinco de Mayo platter which includes veggies, a mango salsa, bean dip and whole grain chips.
Last week on FOX Chicago, I shared a red wine sangria featuring Casillero del Diablo’s Red Blend which pairs well with our classic Cinco de Mayo fare like meat and tacos.
This sangria is meant to be enjoyed with lighter dishes like our cheeses, veggies and pasta. It’s made with Casillero del Diablo’s Rosé from Chile. It has deep aromas of red berries, blackberries and wild raspberries, marked with spicy flavors. Find it in local retailers for only $11!
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Blood Orange Rosé Sangria
- 1 bottle Casillero del Diablo Rosé
- 4 blood oranges, thinly sliced
- 1 cup fresh mint
- 1/2 cup St. Germain liqueur
- 1 cup blood orange juice
- In a large pitcher, combine all ingredients in a pitcher and stir to combine.
- All to chill in the fridge for 2-4 hours before serving.
- Serve over ice.
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