Sangria

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.

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Cucumber White Sangria

Midwest Living

Garden flavor infuses this refreshing make-ahead white wine cocktail. Entertain guests all summer long with this just-sweet-enough sip.

Sparkling White Sangria

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Calvados, an apple brandy, and white wine add some spirit to this fruit punch.

Cherry-Berry Sangria

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Sweet Cherry Sangria

Better Homes and Gardens

Sangria-Style Cooler

Diabetic Living
Total: 15 mins

Cherry Sangria

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Brighten up a bold bottle of red wine by mixing it with cherries, orange liqueur and fruit juice.

Sunset Sangria

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Spend a relaxing afternoon slowly sipping this cool and delicious drink recipe that combines wine, sugar, and lime juice garnished with a nectarine.

Fruity Sangria

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Carbonated water gives this favorite summer beverage its sparkle. You can substitute nonalcoholic wine for the white wine.

Total: 15 mins

Apple-Cinnamon Winter Sangria

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Serve apple-cinnamon winter sangria at dinner parties throughout the holiday season for a simple, tasty cocktail.

Sangria

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This wine-based punch, originally served in Spain, has been a hit in America for decades since it pairs so nicely with dinner or dessert.

Sparkling Sangria

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Autumn Sangria

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More intensely flavored than summertime sangria, this wintry version includes a mix of fresh and dried fruit along with sparkling cider.

Sangria Sparkler

Fitness

Using light orange juice cuts the calories in this summer fruit and wine drink.

Blackberry Sangria

Better Homes and Gardens

This bright sangria recipe, sweetened with a summer-ripe blackberry syrup, will inspire guests to linger for just one more glass.

White Sangria Punch

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Filled with fresh fruit, this wine drink can double as a beverage and an appetizer.

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