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Best Sangria Recipes to Sip on

Wine is so good that it is often paired with foods, cooked with and used for aromas, but there are ways to make it even better with some sangria recipes.

Sangria recipes help me survive a hot week in the middle of summer and spice up a cold evening in the winter. What I’m trying to say is that I enjoy sangria anytime of the year. Then there are the best sangria recipes. What is it about adding fruit to wine that makes it even better? After all, wine is made from fruits. Either way, try some fresh sangria in your home with some of the best recipes.

Wine is so good that it is often paired with foods, cooked with and used for aromas, but there are ways to make it even better with some sangria recipes.

Wine is so good that it is often paired with foods, cooked with and used for aromas, but there are ways to make it even better with some sangria recipes.

Wine is delicious all on its own and rarely needs any help from other ingredients. However, if you add some fruit to the wine, let it soak up the flavors, and age a little longer, then you’ve got the perfect sangria. Sangria recipes are easy, so easy that there are many different methods. For the most part, it only requires you to slice up some fruit, like oranges or apples and throw them into a jar full of wine.

Cava Sangria | Debra Ponzek

White Strawberry-Lemon Sangria | Kitchen Treaty

Red Wine Sangria | Chef Savvy

White Peach Sangria | Vegan Family Recipes

Peach Rose Sangria | Julie’s Eats and Treats

Not all sangria recipes require wine, some go a little further outside the box and add a little bit of the harder stuff.

Summer Sangria | What The Fork Food Blog

Mixed Berry Sangria | Gal-On A Mission

Malibu Sangria | Farm Wife Drinks

Mimosa Sangria | Pretty Plain Janes

Cherry Limeade Sangria | Wine and Glue

Wine is so good that it is often paired with foods, cooked with and used for aromas, but there are ways to make it even better with some sangria recipes.

Using fresh fruit will always make your sangria taste better. If you want to have the best sangria you’ve ever had, try to use seasonal fruits based on the time of year it is.

Summer Berry Sangria | Self Proclaimed Foodie

Raspberry Sangria | Jennifer Meyering

Caramel Apple Sangria | The Wholesome Dish

Sparkling Fruit Sangria | Sally’s Baking Addiction

Pacific Blue Sangria | Food

Like wine, sangria can be paired with foods. Try and pair the sangria with foods that you would pair with the base wine of the sangria you’ve made.

Margarita Sangria | The Inspired Home

Fireball Sangria | Go Go Go Gourmet

Sangria Popsicles | Betsy Life

Sweet Tea Sangria | The Wicked Noodle

Pina Colada Sangria | Delish

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Written by Chase Steele

Chase Steele

As a 30-something father of two, I enjoy teaching my children about the great outdoors. Taking hikes, fishing, camping and pretty much anything that can be done outdoors are all things that I love. My wife and I savor life over a glass of wine or cocktail while cooking amazing dishes.

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