Sangria is a delicious fruit-based wine "punch" with its traditional heritage well rooted in Spain. Typically, sangrias are made with red wine, fresh, seasonal fruit and a bit of bubbly water or citrus flavored soda. They are easy to make, even easier to drink and a huge hit at summer gatherings. From red wine sangrias to white wine sangrias, and instant sangrias to rosé-based recipes, we've gathered our top 20 favorite sangria recipes below.
* Keep in mind that all of the following recipes are based on a standard 750ml bottle of wine.
The beauty of the basic sangria recipe is that it's as delicious as it is easy, and it only gets better as you spice it up with your own additions!
This sangria recipe is perfect for big summer parties - always a favorite, you may consider doubling the recipe. * Readers' Review: our top rated red wine sangria recipe!
A super simple recipe that features white wine as its foundational ingredient - vibrant and refreshing for summertime get-togethers!
Whether it's a dietary restriction for specific health reasons or just trying to limit your sugar intake in general, this is a sangria recipe just for you, based on agave nectar!
Sweet strawberries surrounded by a fresh squeeze of lime and a lively dash of mint, propped up by a pretty in pink rosé wine, this tasty sangria finds its flavor footing in the limeade-like synergy of taking the tart turf of the citrus and rubbing it up against the decidedly sweet side of the fresh strawberry.
Usually, the best sangrias are the ones that are made ahead, allowed to "marinate" overnight and packed with ice and more fruit before serving. However, if you want to cater to more spur of the moment sangrias, sans the preplanning efforts, then this may just be your recipe!
A refreshing summer drink that ups the ante with a splash of peach Schnapps, the Just Peachy white wine themed sangria will add sizzle to any summer time get shindigs.
Use pineapple and passion fruit juice mixed with a sweeter white wine, to make an unforgettable sangria.
Kiwis and limes make this a knock-out sangria recipe with origins from the islands Down Under.
A flashy sangria that is sure to light up any back deck party, this white wine sangria is easy to make and quick to refill. It offers a powerful "cocktail-like" punch with its dash of vodka.
This is the wine lover's answer to strawberry daiquiris. Taking full advantage of one of the summertime's favorite fruits, fresh strawberries, and mixing it with one of the summer's most requested wines, a rosé - the strawberry sangria recipe is sure to be a hit anytime, anywhere this summer!
This is a red wine-centered sangria recipe that is based on the top fruits often found in many red wine varietals, making for a "low risk" approach to fruit and wine pairing via the sacred sangria!
Sparkling wines up the celebration factor for any occasion and it's no different with sparkling wine based sangrias.
The Raspberry Lemonade Sangria gives fans a delicious lemonade based party treat with plenty of zest. You can use a mix of white wines or just stick with a single bottle, either way, carries the bright citrus flavors of lemon and the sweet carry a refreshing blast to the palate.
This pineapple based sangria recipe takes a white wine and marries it with the vivid tropical flavors of pineapple and coconut, accented with a sprig of refreshing mint.
Taking full advantage of the sweet synergy between strawberries and lime, then turning up the volume with a sprig of lively mint, this sangria-like mixer is summer-ready.
To add a bit more of the traditional flare to your sangria serving, you may consider adding a bona fide sangria pitcher imported from Spain to your summer serving ware. One of the beauties of sangria recipes is that you can use a variety of different wines in the recipe mix. It's often wine that has not been finished the day before that finds its way into a sangria recipe or wines in the good value category that make for a perfect sangria blend. All of the wines listed in the sangria wine guide are good wines on their own, that have been selected for their specific flavor profiles and style components that tend to highlight the various fruit additions in the specific sangria recipes.