When it comes to a mix of flavors, Strawberry and Rhubarb work so well together. There is something about the sourness of the rhubarb being sweetened by the strawberry that I think is amazing.
When you combine strawberry and rhubarb together with wine, it tastes fantastic, and there are a lot of recipes that do this.
In this article, I have chosen my 25 favorite strawberry rhubarb wine recipes, and have included an interesting recipe at the end too.
When it comes to strawberry rhubarb wine, sangria is a popular choice, especially in the summer months. If you are not familiar with sangria, it is a Spanish drink that is originally created using red wine, lemonade, spices, and fruit.
However, there are so many ways to create sangria, and some of the recipes I have found, have really been creative with this drink.
This is great because they all taste so different from each other, even though they contain the fundamental ingredients — wine, rhubarb, and strawberry!
This first recipe is fantastic, and tastes light and refreshing. As it contains a dry rosé wine, it is not too sweet, and the peach schnapps adds another layer of flavor.
If you are looking for a sangria recipe that’s slightly sweeter, and resembles a cocktail, this is a great option to consider. It only contains a handful of ingredients, but also uses orange juice, which not all recipes include.
This is a great addition that allows the sangria to taste extra juicy.
This Rhubarb Strawberry Sangria recipe has the perfect balance of strawberry and wine. It is not too overpowering, and is the perfect drink to sip on by the pool.
The vanilla bean paste is an unlikely addition to this sangria, but it tastes fantastic, and adds depth to the flavor. I also love that this recipe contains vodka, which adds some extra booziness to the cocktail.
This Martha Stewart recipe is a popular choice, and tastes amazing. What is interesting about this recipe is that it uses a sparkling wine instead of a rose, or red wine. As the wine then acts as the soda, this does taste more boozy overall.
This sangria really has the perfect combination of tangy and sweet flavors. It uses Pinot Grigio, which is a white wine, so it does taste lighter and fresher.
Given that it also contains St. Germaine Liquor, and vodka, it is great for those looking for a sangria that’s more like a cocktail.
We love how sweet this sangria tastes, and it is great if you are looking for a refreshing option. It features both fresh strawberries and rhubarb, in addition to strawberry-rhubarb syrup.
If you are not as fond of rosé wine, this sangria uses white wine. It also features ginger ale, which is an interesting addition. While you may think that the ginger ale would clash with the rhubarb, they actually work well together.
Moving on from sangria recipes, I have something a little different. This drink tastes amazing, and I love the addition of mint.
The syrup and fresh fruit taste great, and the dry sparkling white wine allows the drink to not taste too overwhelmingly sweet.
If you are looking for a more fancy cocktail, you may want to try this one! While everyone knows champagne and strawberries go well together, you may be surprised by how great rhubarb is when it’s thrown into the mix too!
In the summer months, a Strawberry-Rhubarb Frose is the perfect option. This will keep you cool and refreshed, while being a tasty alcoholic treat. The black pepper adds a great kick to this drink!
This recipe is super simple to follow, and while you do need to prep this drink in advance to ensure that it has frozen correctly, this is not too time-consuming.
This is another great Strawberry-Rhubarb Sangria recipe. It uses rosé wine, and also features fresh peach, which adds to the flavor well.
While you may not think to add peach to a sangria that is strawberry and rhubarb flavor, it works really well.
When it comes to alcoholic beverages, you cannot go wrong with a mimosa, and I love Jessica Levinson’s take on this. The prosecco mixed with the diced rhubarb and strawberries tastes amazing!
This is a fantastic drink to serve at a part or a dinner, and it will be sure to impress your guests. The flavors are not too overpowering, and you can still taste the champagne clearly.
This is the perfect option if you are looking for a recipe that is not too sweet.
This sangria is a great choice if you enjoy pink Moscato and brandy. It tastes very different to the other recipes featured, and it is a great alternative if you are not as fond of vodka, or orange juice.
If you love frozen drinks, then you will love this Frozen Rhubarb Strawberry Rose recipe! It is delicious to drink on a warm, summery day. It is not too overpowering in its taste, but it is sweet and refreshing.
This is always one of my go-to strawberry rhubarb wine recipes!
We really can’t get enough of Strawberry-Rhubarb Sangria recipes, and this option is no exception. What is great about this recipe is that it is super easy and simple to make.
We would even recommend adding watermelon to the sangria for some added flavor too!
This is a great option for those with a sweet tooth. It is not too alcoholic, and as it is topped up with soda, it is refreshing and not too overpowering. This is a great option to serve to guests in a larger cocktail pitcher.
This recipe tastes amazing, and I love that strawberry lemonade is used. You can choose to create your own or use shop bought lemonade. The mixture of the Bombay Sapphire Gin, and the chilled Prosecco is incredible!
While the name of this sangria doesn’t feature strawberry, don’t worry, there are plenty of strawberries included. If you love fruity recipes, then this is a great option to try.
The apple works well with the rhubarb and strawberry, by adding an extra layer of flavor. It also features lemon juice, and orange juice, which compliment the sparkling dry white wine well!
While this recipe does contain a good amount of gin, it also features pink Moscato too, which is one of my favorite types of rosé wine.
This is the perfect cocktail to create if you want to impress your friends. It is super simple to recreate, and it tastes incredible.
You may be thinking that this is a bit of a strange choice to include for strawberry rhubarb wine recipes, however, this soup contains all of these ingredients, and it is incredible.
This recipe is a fantastic option to serve at a barbecue or a dinner party. It is fantastic if you enjoy sweet flavors, and the cinnamon and the vanilla beans, mixed with the white wine, rhubarb, and strawberry is fantastic.
This was a recipe I was not quite sure of to begin with, but it tastes fantastic. You can even choose to add a small amount of sour cream if you want the soup to taste creamier.
This soup is not too thick, and not too overpowering, and is a great refreshing dessert!
There you have it, my 25 favorite strawberry rhubarb wine recipes! As you can see, there are many great recipes to choose from, you really are spoiled for choice.
What I love so much about these recipes is that they have their own unique twists, and taste so different!
Which one are you going to try first?