Here are enough variations on this fun and fruity wine punch to see you through a whole season's worth of sizzling days and sultry nights. Check out the flavor formulas that make these sangrias special.
Flavor formula: red wine + brandy + Triple sec + orange juice + citrus + carbonated water
Flavor formula: white wine + vodka + triple sec + watermelon + lime + orange + blueberry
Flavor formula: white wine + peach vodka + lemonade + white peach + grape
Flavor formula: red wine + orange liqueur + berries + orange
Flavor formula: white wine + peach schnapps + cognac + ginger ale + orange + mango
Flavor formula: rosé + vodka + triple sec + pineapple + lemon + lime + orange + raspberry
Flavor formula: red wine + pineapple + lime + orange
Flavor formula: Pinot Grigio + peach schnapps + peach + basil
Flavor formula: white wine + Triple Sec + orange juice + mint + melons
Flavor formula: red wine + rum + lemon + lime + orange
Did You Know?
- Sangria gets its name from sangre, the Spanish word for blood. (Ewww!) That’s because in Spain it's traditionally made with red wine, which stains your clothes just as badly. Ask anyone who's run with the bulls in Pamplona.
- It's also the unofficial drink of said bull-running. Go figure.
- When it's made with white or rosé wine, it's called sangria blanca.
- And what foods go with sangria? Everything from the most robust BBQs to the lightest salads. After all, sangria is served alongside Spanish tapas — small-plate appetizers and snacks that range all over the flavor map.
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