Top Rated Sangria Recipes

Sake sangria and red wine sangria
Time to dispel a major myth about Sangria: soaking the fruit does nothing for the taste. You can mix the booze, drop in the chopped fruit, stir, and serve the drink immediately— with no one the wiser. Does eating the pieces of fruit while drinking sangria taste good? Sure. Does the fruit soak up the alcohol if it sits longer? Probably. Does it enhance the presentation? Absolutely. But consider the convenience of being able to whip up a fantastic batch up Sangria in mere minutes. To those who resist the idea of a no-soak Sangria, we say: when in doubt, just try it without.
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Sake sangria and red wine sangria
Forget Saketinis, there’s another fruit and sake combination you should consider mixing for your next dinner party: Sake Sangria. Easy to prepare and perfect for the summer season, the key to this recipe is the game-changing Crop Organic Cucumber Flavored Vodka. Serve the drink on its own, or better yet, offer it in tandem with the No-Soak Red Wine Sangria.
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Sangria's come in many variations, but the initial ingredients that make up a sangria are the same. Here's a basic sangria recipe for you to change up and make your own unique creation for a fun Memorial Day party game.
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Sangria's come in many variations, but the initial ingredients that make up a sangria are the same. Here's a basic sangria recipe for you to change up and make your own unique creation for a fun Memorial Day party game.
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Sangria's come in many variations, but the initial ingredients that make up a sangria are the same. Here's a basic sangria recipe for you to change up and make your own unique creation for a fun Memorial Day party game.
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Despite originating in Spain, a far cry from the coconut- and pineapple-fueled islands of the tropics, sangrias, at least the frozen kind, are still sought after when relaxing before hitting the waves. This Frozen Sangria recipe, courtesy of best-selling cookbook author David Venable, highlights plenty of mango, peach, white wine and brandy, resulting in a tantalizing slushy made just for adults.Click back for more tiki cocktails.
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This sangria recipe is perfect for fall entertaining.
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Summer cocktails — though enchanting with their bright colors and fruity, sprightly flavors — can quickly derail you from your diet if you don't watch what you're drinking! Luckily, we have a recipe for you that won't pack on the calories nor make you feel like you're depriving yourself.  Click here to get recipes from our Best Sangria collection.  Want to see what wines are more phat than fat? Click here to read What to Drink to Stay Lean This Summer.
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When in doubt for your weekday dinners and drinks, go big or go home: we think a light white peach sangria will hit just the right spots for your last nights of summer. This white peach sangria, made by the newly opened Al Lado wine bar in Denver, goes great with Latin dishes, such as tapas or cazuelas. Chef Richard Sandoval makes a "Pan Con Tomate Y Jamon" tapas dish at Al Lado perfect for white sangria; the manchego cheese, added to the grilled bread, brings out the flavor of the sangria.
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At Terzo Piano, located in the Art Institute of Chicago, the focus is on all things local and seasonal. So it's no surprise that the restaurant's take on Sangria is one of beverage manager Ryan Paykert's favorite drinks on the menu. "This concoction has a flavor that is captivating — balanced, not too sweet or tart — it reflects the true flavors of summer."
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Happy National Sangria Day! To spice up your sangria recipes for winter, add one very festive ingredient — champagne — with brandy, chablis, and fruit. The recipe is courtesy of Havana Central in New York City. 
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Pumpkin Sangria Soup
I’m sure you’ve all heard of sangria — the sweet cocktail-like beverage that is soaked in fruit and loaded with flavor. Well, think of those glasses of sangria without the alcohol, of course, with a bit of puréed pumpkin in a soup recipe. Kind of tempting, isn't it? See all soup recipes.
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