Easy and tasty, one bottle of wine sangria that incorporates the flavor from several different fruits that stock your fruit basket! Perfect for dinner parties or those long summer nights.
There are so many ways to make a red wine sangria and white wine sangria! Incorporate your favorite fruit and you’ve got a unique drink to serve!
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What is Sangria?
A Spanish inspired drink that usually contains red whine and chopped fruit. In my opinion, it’s a great way to stretch a bottle of wine for more people. It also makes a great party punch or holiday drink. You can make it with alcohol or use a non-alcoholic wine. I also have a see-through white wine sangria as an alternative to red wine sangria.
If wine isn’t your thing, this lime sherbet punch may be just what you’re looking for!
We had plans to have some friends over for dinner (I made killer Slow Cooker Mexican Carnitas!) and wanted to pair it with a nice drink besides beer (gag). So I bought a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon and some fruit and put together this fruity sangria. Unfortunately our friends got sick – so the more for Lover Boy and I.
To be truthful, I’m not really a fan of alcohol so I wasn’t really sure if I would like this. But in truth, it was really good. The cabernet sauvignon made it have a thicker taste and the fruit made it sweet. A pretty good mixture!
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What You Need:
-Cabernet Sauvignon wine – you can also use a non-alcoholic cabernet like this one
-Can of sliced or diced pineapples and the juice
-glass serving pitcher, this is the one I use
-champagne flutes, like these
Cut your fruit into large pieces
Place fruit in pitcher and pour in cabernet sauvignon
Let chill for at least 2 hours and then serve
- Sauvignon wine - you can also use a non-alcoholic cabernet like this one
- -Orange juice
- -Can of sliced or diced pineapples and the juice
- -1 orange
- -1 apple
- -1 lime
- -3-5 strawberries
- chop fruit into large pieces, place into pitcher
- pour cabernet wine over the fruit
- let chill for 2+ hours and then serve
What are your favorite sangria recipes?
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