Enhanced with fruit flavors, sangria doubles as a cocktail or dinner drink. From the sangria margarita to sangria punch, these easy recipes are festive libations especially during the summer.See Popular Sangria Recipes
Spend a relaxing afternoon slowly sipping this cool and delicious drink recipe that combines wine, sugar, and lime juice garnished with a nectarine.
John Besh of Restaurant August in New Orleans serves this lightly sweet, fruity white-wine sangria over plenty of ice cubes. "Use Viognier--it has a nice balance of fruit and acidity," he says.
Sangria isn't just a summer beverage. It's summer in a bowl, an excuse to use fresh strawberries, peaches, blackberries, and other fruits of the season that will show up later in a beautiful glass filled with the most refreshing of thirst-quenching coolers. Sangria is the classic drink of Spain and Portugal, and each frosty pitcher seems to burst with sunshine.
Serve apple-cinnamon winter sangria at dinner parties throughout the holiday season for a simple, tasty cocktail.
Carbonated water gives this favorite summer beverage its sparkle. You can substitute nonalcoholic wine for the white wine.
Learn how to make Sunset Sangriaa delicious combination of wine, lime juice, and sugar.
More intensely flavored than summertime sangria, this wintry version includes a mix of fresh and dried fruit along with sparkling cider.
Get festive with this make-ahead summer berry sangria for the 4th or any festive occasion this season.
With hints of citrus, fresh herbs and white wine, this phenomenal dessert perfectly captures the essence of the classic Spanish beverage. When buying peaches, look for intensely fragrant fruit that gives slightly to palm pressure; avoid those with signs of greening.
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Using light orange juice cuts the calories in this summer fruit and wine drink.
Try a new version of a classic sangria for happy hour, dinner with friends, or an after dinner drink on the patio.
This bright sangria recipe, sweetened with a summer-ripe blackberry syrup, will inspire guests to linger for just one more glass.