Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch

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Cool, refreshing and perfect for absolutely any summer get together, this Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch will be perfect at your next picnic, BBQ or Cookout! 

Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch

Welcome to day five of Cookout Week! I can’t believe it’s almost over. Tomorrow is our last day and of course I have a fabulous recipe to share with you tomorrow.

I want to take a moment to first thank Allison of The PinterTest Kitchen for hostessing this entire event. She put together a fabulous event, and found some incredible bloggers to participate.

Have you seen all the recipes shared this week so far? OMG! My list-to-make, has grown by leaps and bounds. Deliciousness is sure to come.

Let’s talk about this Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch and why I chose it.

Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch

I love a versatile punch recipe that is perfect for a large crowd, remains delicious the whole way through, and isn’t a lot of work to prepare. Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch is full of GREAT strawberry flavor, only has four ingredients and is relatively inexpensive for a party or large get together.

Because who doesn’t want an inexpensive or cheap idea for an alcohol driven punch for a large crowd? Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch fits the bill, I promise.

Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch

Serve ice cold. You can chill ingredients ahead of time just be sure to add the wine right before serving if you are going to chill everything first. You can also strain out the strawberry seeds if you want, but we kinda like them there and they don’t really get in the way to be honest.

Plus I kinda like how they look.

To serve the Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch you can pour into a punch bowl, large pitcher, or large beverage dispenser. Here are a few types that I like best – I own them all and can vouche for them being great fun and working well:

Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch

Comment below with your favorite cookout recipe!

Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch

Now let’s make some Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch!

Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch

Strawberry Rosé Wine Punch

Nicole Cook
This is the perfect punch for your next BBQ or Pool party! Big hit! Tastes delicious!
4.53 from 53 votes
Prep Time 10 mins
Total Time 10 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 20 servings


  • 2 quarts fresh strawberries hulled and halved
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar sifted
  • 2 standard bottles approx 750ml Rosé Wine, chilled
  • 2 1 liter bottles club soda chilled


  • In a blender, puree the strawberries. Add the powdered sugar and puree until fully incorporated and smooth.
  • If desired, pour the strawberries to remove the seeds and pulp. 
  • When ready to serve, pour the strawberry juice into a large serving punch bowl. Add the Rosé Wine and club soda. Stir to blend thoroughly.
  • Serve with or without ice. If you’d rather not use ice, a bucket or bowl that is larger than your punch bowl with ice. Place the punch bowl into the ice.
  • Serve immediately.
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  1. Perfect for a cookout party! Or for just sipping by the pool on a hot day. Can’t wait to make this, Nicole!

  2. I just served this for my book club meeting and it was a hit! I like how simple it is to make and how well the strawberries compliment the rose. Also, it’s easy to select sweeter or drier rose, or use more or less strawberries or club soda to adjust to your taste. I used a carafe instead of a punch bowl, so I made it in two batches. I pureed all of the strawberries and sugar in advance so I could quickly put together the second batch. Will definitely be making again!

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