When it comes to spring there is only one beverage I crave- Sangria! Give me all the fruity, refreshing deliciousness!
I never can decide which fruit I love best in my Sangria, so I like to switch it up as often as possible. I generally buy whatever fruit is on sale and in season at my local grocery store, and then find a Sangria recipe that works for that fruit combination.
What is Sangria?
Sangria is a traditional alcoholic beverage often served in Spain- but it has also become very popular in other countries
Sangria is typically a very light and refreshing drink, that’s why I love Sangria in the spring and summer most of all.
Sangria traditionally consists of fruit and wine. The Sangria recipe you choose will determine whether you will use red or white wine – or sometimes even Rose´. The recipe will usually tell you which type of wine works best for that specific recipe.
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How long will Sangria last?
Sangria rarely lasts more than a day when I make it. Everyone always wants a glass!
But, even if you aren’t entertaining this weekend, and you are the only Sangria drinker in your house, you can still whip up a whole pitcher of Sangria.
Your pitcher of Sangria will keep fresh in the refrigerator all weekend long- and then some! In fact, the longer Sangria sits in the fridge with the flavors blending together, the better it tastes!
21 Delicious Spring Sangria Recipes
Here are 21 Delicious Spring Sangria Recipes- good luck deciding which one to create first!
Delicious Spring Sangria Recipes
Whip up one of these delicious spring sangrias today- the hardest part is deciding which one to make first!
There’s really nothing more gorgeous than a glass of sangria. It’s an easy recipe to make and you can alter it as needed. I mix up different kinds of fruit depending on what looks best at the farmers market.
This Rosé Sangria recipe is a light and fruity twist on a classic sangria. It mixes together blush rosé wine, strawberries, peaches, watermelon, and juice for a crowd-pleasing drink perfect for summer entertaining!
This refreshing sangria Strawberry Sangria Recipe is a crowd-winner-over. With fresh fruit, white wine and a sweet yet tart kick, this is one of my new favorite sangria recipes to sip during the spring and summer!
This festive Beet, Citrus, and Ginger Sangria Mocktail is refreshingly delicious with beet juice, ginger beer (despite the name, it is non-alcoholic), fresh-squeezed orange juice, a dash of lime, and heaps of fruit (apples, peaches, raspberries, and blueberries).
What you're looking for is something light, fruity, and delicious with a nice mix of spirits and sweetener: enter sangria. This easy to follow recipe makes a delicious pitcher of spring white wine sangria with fresh peppermint.
A hybrid between a sangria and a mimosa, Sparkling Rhubarb Apple Sangria is a light, fruity cocktail made with Prosecco (or champagne or other sparkling wine if you prefer) that is perfect to serve at a spring brunch or with light appetizers at dinner.