Fresh and Fruity Sangria Recipes
You'll earn major presentation points with this red wine sangria stuffed with your choice of fruit. Fresh mint leaves are optional, but add color and a kick of bold flavor.
This blushing sangria recipe includes strawberries, blueberries, and juicy cherries. Add sugar to taste at the end -- the amount will vary with the tartness of the berries.
In this twist on classic sangria recipes, deep red wine floats atop pale green limeade. With just five ingredients, this drink is a simple addition to your party shopping list.
This delicious sangria recipe features cranberries and oranges -- flavors you can enjoy any time of year.
Orange juice and orange liqueur cut the tart cherries that otherwise rule this on-the-rocks sipper. Opt for dark sweet cherries for the richest flavor in this popular sangria.
Strawberry Honey Sangria
Ali of Gimme Some Oven adds honey to sweeten her strawberry-studded white sangria. Top the pitcher with sparkling water for a fizzy finish.
Sparkling Golden Sangria
Citrus fruits, sweet cherries, and raspberries add up to a white wine sangria recipe that will brighten any table. Fresh mint and basil lend natural tang.
Apple-Cinnamon Winter Sangria
Sure, the flavors say 'winter,' but why limit apples, cranberries, and cinnamon to a single season? This sweet-tart chilled cocktail satisfies, no matter the temp, as one of our best sangria recipes.
White Strawberry Sangria
The secret to this white sangria recipe is the strawberry schnapps; it adds fruity flavor to a refreshing drink that begs to be shared.
Fresh-squeezed clementines make this sangria a bit sweeter, but you can substitute fresh-squeezed oranges if you prefer. Either way, the result is a tangy take on a classic red wine sangria.
Mixed-Berry Limoncello Sangria
Three different berries make this sweet-tart white sangria three times as delicious. Colorful berries mingle with pink lemonade concentrate and a generous splash of limoncello for a more refreshing twist than other sangria recipes.
Winter Fruit Sangria
Sangria recipes aren't just for summer! This winter-theme red wine sangria boasts dried fruits, such as Calimyrna figs, cranberries, apricots, and raisins. Honey adds just the right amount of sweetness, while club soda gives it fizz.
Tart blueberry-cranberry juice and red wine meet for an irresistible recipe for sangria with fruity hints of lemon, lime, and orange. Serve over ice in short, clear glasses for an authentic sipper.
Easy Etched Cocktail Glasses
Cheers to high style! These etched cocktail glasses are perfect for your next cocktail party.
How's this for fresh ingredients: honeydew melon, cucumber, lime, and mint! Mix with Sauvignon Blanc and chilled carbonated water for one of our best white sangria recipes.
Use sangria recipes to welcome fall (or celebrate classy affairs) with this lightly spiced red wine sangria that fits right in with crisp days and cool nights. The combination of figs, plums, and apricots lends complex flavor to each glass.
Trend Spotting with BHG: Citrus Flavors
Citrus flavors add pops of bright flavor to cocktails, desserts, and condiments. Blood orange and grapefruit are especially hot right now.
Love the taste of sangria but want to take a night off from wine? Try our mock sangria recipe, which features three fruit juices and fresh oranges, lemons, pineapple wedges, and strawberries -- delivering a fun, fresh and fruity alcohol-free drink.
Sweet Honey White Sangria
In this sangria recipe, brandy, orange liqueur, and honey mix with sparkling white wine, citrus fruits, and nectarines to create a crisp and bubbly white sangria.
Savor the moment with a berry-and-orange-flavor sipper. This simple and easy seven-ingredient sangria recipe tastes as sweet as it looks.
Sweet Cherry Sangria
Even white wine drinkers will adore this sweetened take on a red wine sangria. Brandy, cherry juice, Kirsch, and orange liqueur warm up the wine, while fresh fruits add pops of color.
We made this bright sangria recipe with pink rose wine to balance the bite of fresh blackberries. With cognac and lemon juice, the cocktail will inspire guests to linger (and ask for your best sangria recipe).
White Sangria Punch
Filled with fresh fruit, this white sangria recipe can double as a beverage and an appetizer.