Festive and delicious, sangria combines wine with fresh fruits for a refreshing complement to any Spanish meal. White wine usually forms the base of sangria, but this Spanish blend can be based in red wine as well.See Popular Spanish Sangria Recipes
Sweet strawberries are the star here, permeating every sip of this enticing sangria. Choose brightly-colored, plump berries that still have their green caps attached. Store in the refrigerator (preferably in a single layer) in a moisture proof container in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.
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Serve apple-cinnamon winter sangria at dinner parties throughout the holiday season for a simple, tasty cocktail.
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.
Carbonated water gives this favorite summer beverage its sparkle. You can substitute nonalcoholic wine for the white wine.
When entertaining guests at a summer cookout, start off the festivities with this low-calorie three-fruit beverage served over ice. It's perfect for diabetics.
This bright sangria recipe, sweetened with a summer-ripe blackberry syrup, will inspire guests to linger for just one more glass.
Using light orange juice cuts the calories in this summer fruit and wine drink.
OK, so it's kind of a contradiction for a sangria, which is named for its blood-red color, to be made with white wine, but once you've tasted this festive thirst quencher it won't matter a bit. Pieces of mixed summer melons are the perfect match for a crisp Sauvignon Blanc.
Filled with fresh fruit, this wine drink can double as a beverage and an appetizer.
Heat got you down? No worries. We've cruised the best blogs and found that most of our favorites have recipes for cooling summer drinks--some with alcohol, some without.