This raspberry mango sangria combines all the cheery and colorful tastes of summer into one beautiful drink with fresh fruit; it’s fresh, crisp and refreshing.
The following post, photos, and recipe for Mango Raspberry Sangria is a guest post from my friend Katie of Epicurean Mom.
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Creating This Summer Sangria Recipe
Today, I’m sharing one of my favorite and simple drinks that highlights how tasty summer really is! There’s nothing better then sipping on a nice cold cocktail – especially this Mango Raspberry Sangria – on a hot summer day.
When entertaining, it’s easy to overextend yourself and make the foods fresh the day of. I’m one of those people. Detailing the party until the time the guests arrive, which leaves me still in my p.j’s and scrambling to get myself decent.
That’s the beauty of sangria. No bartender needed for this drink recipe, no shaking of the cocktail shakers; just toss and mix the ingredients the night before.
This mango recipe combines all the cheery and colorful tastes of summer into one beautiful drink.
I combined a sweeter rosé wine with fresh mango and raspberries; it’s fresh, crisp and refreshing to make this fruity rosé sangria for summer!
Ingredients in Raspberry Mango Sangria
Not sure what fruit goes in sangria? Well, here’s what I added to this simple summer sangria:
- Mango puree
- Rosé wine
- Agave nectar
- Sparkling raspberry juice
- Fresh mint
For the complete ingredient list and detailed instructions, scroll to the bottom of this post for the FREE printable recipe card.
How to Make Raspberry Mango
As with any good homemade sangria recipe, this one is a cinch to make!
- Add the wine and mango puree to a large pitcher.
- Stir in the mango chunks, raspberries, and agave.
- Chill overnight.
- Just before serving, stir in the sparkling raspberry juice and garnish with mint and additional sangria fruit.
The above is simply a quick summary of this recipe. Check out the free printable card at the bottom of this post for all the detailed instructions.
Can I Prepare Sangria Ahead of Time?
Yes! You can combine the mango puree, wine, fruit, and agave ahead of time. Do NOT add the sparkling raspberry juice until you plan on serving the rosé sangria because it will lose its carbonation over time.
Recipe Substitutions to Try
- If you can’t find sparkling raspberry juice, you’re welcome to substitute another type of sparkling fruit juice.
- My favorite sangria fruits for this recipe are mango and raspberries, but you can add other fruits if desired.
- I prefer using rosé wine, but a sweet white wine could also work.
Typically I don’t recommend making a bunch of substitutions when preparing a new recipe. When making substitutes, you won’t know if you don’t like the recipe or if the recipe didn’t turn out due to a preparation mistake, an ill effect from the substitute, or something else.
However, if you do choose to make substitutions in a recipe, I recommend only making one substitute at a time so you don’t a building effect of multiple poor substitutions.
What Readers Are Saying
“Found this on Pinterest and loved it! I could not find Izze’s sparkling raspberry juice, so I used the blackberry. Yum!” — Saundra
“This Sangria was delicious! I will absolutely make it again! It was sweet and refreshing!” — Dani
“What an absolutely beautiful drink!” — Amanda
Tips for Making This Summer Sangria
- It’s well worth using the fresh ingredients rather then frozen, although frozen fruits would work just fine too.
- I used Izze natural sparkling juice in this recipe, but use any brand you’d like.
- Make sure your mango is ripe before slicing it. Ripe mango will provide the sweetest, strongest flavor.
More Easy Party Drinks:
- Sparkling Pineapple Mint Juice
- Sparkling Watermelon Limeade
- Tangerine Raspberry Iced Tea
- Cherry Limeade Slushies
- Fresh Pineapple Mint Moscow Mule
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- 1 1/2 mango, sliced into 1-inch cubes, set aside 10 pieces for garnish
- 1 tablespoon mango puree
- 1 pint fresh raspberries, rinsed, set aside 10 pieces for garnish
- 1 bottle rose wine
- 2 tablespoons agave nectar
- 14 ounces sparkling raspberry juice (I used Izze natural sparkling juice)
- Mint, chopped for garnish
- Pour wine and mango puree in a large pitcher.
- Add mango, raspberries, and agave nectar, stir well.
- Chill overnight.
- Add sparkling raspberry juice, just before serving, and garnish with mint, mango and raspberries.
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Nutrition InformationYield 6 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 234Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 0mgSodium 32mgCarbohydrates 35gFiber 8gSugar 25gProtein 2g
Katie blogs at Epicurean Mom where she shares how she teaches her daughters to experiment and enjoy the process of coming up with culinary creations of their own.