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"A definite party-maker!" --MAMASPICE
"Made only one pitcher, but everyone loved it so much that I should have made 2!" --alchemist25
"I made this AND my regular red sangria recipe for a party, and this was the one that was gone at the end of the night!" --jms3331
"Unbelievably delicious! Tasted even better on the third day...and the boozy soaked fruit was YUMMY to eat." --nothern exposure
"Have made this three times and has been a hit all three times. I have had many requests for this recipe." --mdlagrass
See our collection of Sangria Recipes -- so many refreshing red or white wine-based sangria recipes with fresh fruit.
"You can use the liqueur "43," or Grand Marnier in place of peach schnapps. I don't like to use bananas because they tend to get mushy and brown. Make sure to marinate the fruit in the wine for at least a few hours, preferably overnight, and don't add ginger ale until serving." --Winnie
"I added in some vodka as well to give it an extra kick--and you couldn't even tell (until later!)." --mrsstuck
"Put it in a big beverage dispenser and made a frozen ice ring of OJ, wine, and club soda w/ fresh fruit in it to keep it cold while in dispenser--looked very nice!" --BeckyC
"I recommend waiting to add citrus fruit until 3-4 hours before serving. If you leave the fruit in overnight, the Sangria can take on an acidic taste." --CookieEater