This peach rosé sangria will transport you to the Mediterranean. Delicious, refreshing, & loaded with nourishing, age-defying nutrients! A must sip for summer!
Close your eyes, and let yourself drift across the ocean to the Mediterranean island of Ibiza, just off Spain’s gorgeous coast line. Music emirates from daylight discos, a dozen languages swirl around you, aromas of exotic tapas call out to you. The tranquil Med glistens and the day pulses with an energy you can’t put into words. You sip your rosé sangria and literally nothing is wrong in your world.
Until you make it back to the “White Isle”, you’re going to have to recreate the experience, and this rosé sangria recipe—in my humble, Spain-loving opinion—is an excellent way to do just that.
Not only is it easy to make, but it’s also way healthier than most sangria’s out there. You’ll find no added sugar, but you will find fresh fruit and a secret ingredient that helps hide wrinkles, brightens your hair and skin, and even supports your digestive system—a plus, if you’re prone to drinking one too many peach-rosé sangrias at brunch. Like, uh… this friend I know.
What Is Sangria?
In the Caribbean they have rum punch. In Iberia, the peninsula forming Spain and Portugal, they have sangria. A wine-based punch, sangria is made by soaking chopped fruit in red wine and often with other spirits, which can really get you flamenco dancing. 💃
Spanish linguists out there will know that the work “sangría” literally means “bloodletting”. But, unlike that thankfully bygone quack medical practice, sangria actually has some verified health benefits—Particularly this recipe, which can help you rewind the hand of time, inside and out.
Benefits Of Sangria
More than just a tasty bevvy, this peach sangria is designed to help you look and feel your best—and, no, that’s not just the alcohol talking!
Rosé Wine isn’t the most traditional sangria wine, but definitely the trendiest! Besides the fact that it wouldn’t be rosé sangria without it, I use rosé for a few important reasons. Like red wine, rosé is made with grape skin. Thus, it’s loaded with antioxidants like resveratrol, which significantly reduces inflammation, as well as malondialdehyde, a marker for oxidative stress. 
Peaches boost our immunity, thanks to beta-carotene, a precursor to vitamin A (of which this peach sangria is bountiful), an anti-inflammatory that assists our immune response. Peaches are also rich in vitamin C, another crucial nutrient for immune response. Vitamin C also aids in healthy-looking skin, since it’s a precursor to collagen. Speaking of collagen…
Super Youth Peach Mango collagen is the secret, youth-restoring ingredient in my rosé sangria recipe. It helps our hair, skin, joints, and digestive system function more like when we were in our 20s.For instance, our hair tends to dull and thin as we age, often making us look older than we really are. But collagen peptides are shown to help make thinning hair thicker and lusher. 
Collagen also reduces age-related changes in skin, such as firmness and elasticity (think sagging arm skin and wrinkles), and helps our skin repair more effectively. [3, 4] That makes this rosé sangria recipe all the more delicious! But not all the signs of aging are visible. If you have aching or cracking joints, you’ll love that collagen can strengthen joints while reducing pain, be it from athletic wear and tear to osteoarthritis and other chronic joint disorders. [5, 6 ] Collagen even plays a role in optimizing our gut health. Marine and eggshell collagen (found in Super Youth) are particularly effective against intestinal mucosal barrier dysfunction, which implicates in conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, and celiac disease (gluten intolerance), among others.  Now if that’s not a reason to start making this rosé sangria recipe pronto, I’m not sure what is.
How To Make Sangria
Rosé and peach sangria sound easy, don’t they? They are, but you still need to take your time to make it right. First, slice your peaches and raspberries small enough that there are lots of slices, but not so small they’ll break apart. Put the slices in a transparent pitcher (so you can see this beautiful mix!).
Next, mix two scoops of Super Youth Peach Mango collagen into a glass of water. Then, pour the rosé, brandy, and collagen water over the fruit and stir. Refrigerate your sangria mix for at least an hour. Remember, the longer it sits, the stronger it gets. All those fruit slices will add lots of flavor, but will also absorb some of the alcohol from the brandy and wine.
When you’re ready to serve, do so into wide-rimmed wine or punch glasses, ensuring some fruit gets in each glass. Top with sparkling water for effervescence and garnish with a fresh peach slice.
Now that’s a peach sangria!
Peach Rosé Sangria Recipe
- 1 bottle rosé wine
- ¼ cup brandy or peach brandy
- 1 ½ cups water mixed with 2 scoop Super Youth Peach Mango collagen
- 3 peaches, pitted and sliced thin
- ½ pint raspberries
- Sparkling water
- Add the sliced peaches and raspberries to a pitcher. Pour the rosé, brandy, and the water mixed with Peach Mango Collagen over the fruit. Stir to combine. Refrigerate for at least an hour or longer.
- Pour the sangria along with some of the fruit into glasses. Top with sparkling water and garnish with a fresh peach slice.