The Low-Sugar Twist on Sangria You Have to Try

It only takes five minutes to whip up a pitcher of this party-ready drink.
Total Time

5 minutes

In case you need another reason to sip rosé, you can add it to this watermelon peach sangria that also stars your other summertime fave—sparkling water. (Okay fine—it's definitely a year-round fave.) Fresh watermelon, kiwi, and blueberries join forces with rosé and Kiwi Watermelon La Croix to create a refreshing, low-sugar twist on classic sangria. (Or, get experimental and try your own fave flavored sparkling water.)

The secret to keeping the sugar in check? Choosing a sparkling water with no added sugar, like the one used here. (So yes, a little label reading is required.) “I love this drink because it’s super easy to throw together yet festive enough to serve at a party,” says recipe developer and Well+Good video producer Ella Dove.

Her advice: Add the fruit just before serving so the colors stay bright and pretty. If it sits too too long, the kiwi will lose its vibrancy. Ready to give it a try? Scroll down for the recipe and watch a 40-second video to see how it's done.

Watermelon kiwi sangria

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  1. In a pitcher, combine watermelon, kiwi, and blueberries.

  2. Add the rose and La Croix. Stir. Add stevia to taste. Stir.

  3. Chill in refrigerator for two to four hours.

Recipe Notes

For more cocktail recipes, check out this low-sugar floral cocktail and this avocado-infused margarita.

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