Just like at my favorite Mexican restaurant. The bottle of wine I had was a full bodied fruity with notes of blackberry and raspberry in it and I liked it more in this sangria recipe than drinking it on its own! thanx for a great recipe – be warned it packs a punch!! I use Aldi wine, they actually have great reviews on several of their wine brands. I like to add about 2 cups of ice to make sure it is really cold–plus I just like it watered down a bit. ever. I was never one for Sangria, but lately I’ve been trying it at restaurant only to find they add no fresh fruit, so imagine the disappointment on my face when it arrive to my table. What can I say? Should have sliced them in half, but the strawberries were beautifully soaked with the red wine. I love Sangria at restaurants and have been trying to find a recipe I could make at home — without success, until NOW! I use about 1 cup of orange juice and 1/2 cup of brandy and definitely use 4 tablespoons of brown sugar. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice. We haven’t tried that! Remove from the refrigerator and add the soda. The only differences are that we always include sliced lemons along with the oranges and apples, plus we throw in whatever fruit looks good (my favorites are firm plums and nectarines.) The bottle of wine was an inexpensive merlot, but the overall flavor was wonderful. Whipped it up in 5 minutes. Invited friends to spend the afternoon & have dinner. I don’t like sweet drinks. This was amazing! Just what sangria should taste like and so easy to make! This sangria is my new go-to summer drink. xo. Cheers, friends! Serve this party-perfect punch with plenty of ice for a barbecue with friends or a sophisticated picnic treat. My Spanish friend said this is identical to her family recipe but over time I’m sure people make their own adaptations to suit their own tastebuds. Everybody loved it! But maybe when I’m working, if she brought me this drink I’d be a bit happier, you never know!! For this version, I went with brandy because as soon as I smelled it, I immediately thought, “this smells like sangria!” But of course, if you’d rather use rum, be my guest. Very tasty and easy! It looks so pretty in the glass pitcher. Hi Emily! My first batch was with Rioja. We picked up a bottle of Christian Brothers brandy, which was great for this recipe. Thanks for sharing! I’ve got a few traditional Spanish Sangria recipes up my sleeve that I know you will love! The unaltered basic sangria recipe below, however would meet with the approval of strict sangría traditionalists. Add red wine and stir to incorporate, then taste and adjust flavor as needed. You had me at “traditional”… I just made it and it’s wonderful! It will be my go to for sure! You’ll want to double up on this inventive rose-tinted sangria. Came across it again today and you know what that means?! We then transferred to a punch bowl with frozen fruit ring to keep it chilled (water plus fruit maxed out, made in a bundt pan), then added ice to each glass when served. I love the pitcher you used. Yay! Thanks for sharing, Margie! I top off with a little bit of seltzer. Should I keep it in the fridge for a few hours before serving so the fruits get imbibed with flavor as well? Do you also recommend adding 1/4 to 1/2 cup triple sec to add an extra boozy punch? Amazing recipe. I was asked to again make it for Christmas eve 2016 and I did. Added a splash of Gran Marnier for good measure, and am now enjoying the most delicious treat! We all enjoyed the Sangria. Cant wait to try :), Yum! Fill a large jug with ice. I was in Spain for 5 days. Hi, Dana – I definitely need to try this soon! Thanks so much for the lovely review! Perfect drink for an afternoon summer in south Florida! Thank you! Pinot Noir is only red I can drink. Way too heavy and just the wrong flavor. Check out the flavor formulas that make these sangrias special. Only change I made was to add a little bit of cub soda for bubbles and light on the sugar. I live in Valencia, Spain, and here we add almost every fruit we can find to the sangria (peaches, strawberries, lemons…). I used Ménage à Trois wine which is a blend of Zinfandel, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. We’re firm believers that no summer evening couldn’t be improved by a glassful of Spanish red. Is that sacrilegious, lol? It’s so delicious, it’s one of those things that always tastes better when someone else makes it ;) I’ll have to give this a try though, you make it look so easy! Thank goodness it’s hot all the time in FL, so I can make this baby year ’round! Sangria Recipe. And this one looks perfect.

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