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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Sangria Fruit Salad Recipe
Who doesn't love eating all that delicious wine-soaked fruit at the bottom of a glass of Sangria? This fruit salad takes the concept and turns it into a sweet, boozy summertime dessert. (Plus you get a cocktail out of it too!) Click here to see 8 Fresh Fruit Salads. 
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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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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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Hot sauce in cocktails is nothing new — we’ve all had our share of Sunday brunch Bloody Mary experiences — but that’s just tip of the celery stalk. Hot sauces of all kinds, from Tabasco to Sriracha, mix beautifully into any number of different drinks. Make up a pitcher of Watermelon Sriracha Sangria for your next pool party, and see for yourself.
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Sangria
When buying wine for sangria, go for lower-quality bottles: a magnum of Charles Shaw cabernet sauvignon will do you just fine for sangria purposes, and you don’t want to waste the flavors of a high-quality bottle of red by splashing a bunch of fruit and brandy in it.
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Minibar Cider Sangria
Somewhere between spiked cider and juicy sangria, this fall cocktail's flavor perfectly captures the essence of the season. The delicious concoction was created by Minibar co-founders Lindsey Andrews and Lara Crystal especially for guests looking for a lighter cocktail to sip all day that doesn't compromise on flavor. The low alcohol content means it's an ideal meal drink, but also works as an after-dinner treat alongside homemade apple pie.
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This marinade is perfect for pork and is served with a goat cheese and mango chutney at Standard Market in Illinois. Use it to spice up any mild type of protein such as chicken or fish.
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Sangria comes in many variations, but the base ingredients are the same. Adjust this basic recipe to create a unique creation for a fun Memorial Day party game.
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