Recently, I went on a hunt looking for delicious new Sangria Recipes to try. I’ve narrowed my ‘must make’ list down to 20, and I’m posting there here to share with you.
One of my favorite ways to unwind on a spring evening or kick back on the weekend is by making a pitcher of Sangria and enjoy a glass or two.
Spring brings on the feeling of the sun warming your skin, flowers blooming, and overall there’s this feeling of happiness. I don’t know about you, but when the weather is nice like this, I tend to crave lighter foods. This goes for drinks as well!
I’m sure you all wouldn’t mind trying out some fresh and fruity Sangria recipes with me. Honestly, I was surprised at how many recipes call for delicious fruits.
With the winter nearly over, spring is fast approaching, which brings better weather and more opportunities to gather with family and friends. Sangria is one of my favorite drinks to prepare in the spring and summer, and I love putting together a huge pitcher when I have visitors around. Today I’ve gathered together a collection of twenty different sangria recipes, which use a wide variety of fresh fruits and ingredients, so you never have to serve the same drink again.
1. Pineapple Mint Julip Sangria
Best known for being served at the Kentucky Derby each spring, this Pineapple Mint Julep Sangria from A Farmgirl’s Dabbles offers the perfect combination of mint julep and sangria. Combining white wine and bourbon, this is the ideal drink for anyone who isn’t a massive wine drinker thanks to the other ingredients used in the mix.
2. Spring Sangria
In just fifteen minutes you’ll have a huge pitcher of this spring sangria from Eat. Drink. Love. ready for your whole family to enjoy. Combining a bottle of white wine, Sprite, pineapple juice, orange juice, and slices of citrus fruits, you’ll have a flavorful and citrusy sangria that is light and refreshing.
3. White Moscato Sangria
If you love White Moscato wine, you’re going to adore this sangria from Flour on my Face. Mixing together wine, pear, orange, kiwi, mango, strawberries, and sugar, this is a fruity sangria that is perfect for a spring or summer dinner party. By chilling the drink overnight before serving, the flavor of the fruits will fully blend together.
4. Blueberry Sangria
Julie’s Eats and Treats shares this delicious recipe which makes a quick and easy white sangria. Flavored with pink lemonade, lemon-lime soda, and blueberries, it’s a refreshing and slightly fizzy drink. You’ll want to create a large pitcher of this sangria as one glass won’t be enough for everyone!
5. Pineapple Sangria
Pineapple is one of my favorite fruits, and it adds a tropical twist to any glass of sangria. How Sweet Eats shows us how to create pineapple sangria, which combines pineapple, strawberries, and limes. Once all the ingredients are mixed together, it’s recommended to leave the drink for at least an hour before serving.
6. Sparkling Champagne Sangria
Sally’s Baking Addiction shares this luxurious sangria recipe, which is perfect for a special occasion. You’ll use a 1:1 ratio of white wine and champagne to create a bubbly drink that everyone will be impressed by. The recipe calls for blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, lemon, and lime, making it a fruity and delicious pre-dinner drink.
7. Strawberry Sangria Recipe
If you are looking for a new drink to serve during your spring and summer barbecues, look no further than this recipe from That’s What Che Said. Strawberry wine is used as the base for this drink, and you’ll add vodka and triple sec liquor for even more flavor and alcohol. Topped off with white soda, strawberries, grapes, and blueberries, it’s a fizzy sangria that will be enjoyed by everyone at your next family gathering.
8. Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria
Combining three delicious and tropical fruits, you’ll create a fruity and tasty sangria that’s best created when these three fruits are in season. Averie Cooks shares this recipe that’s ideal for hot weather gatherings. After mixing together all of your ingredients, you’ll want to store the pitcher in the fridge until you’re ready to serve it. You can leave it to chill overnight, or even for multiple days, as the flavor gets better as time goes on. If you can’t find one of the fruits, simply switch it out for another seasonal ingredient.
9. Limoncello Citrus Sangria
If you’re looking for an ideal cocktail for your Easter gathering, try out this limoncello citrus sangria from The Marvelous Misadventures of a Foodie. Combining orange, pink grapefruit, lemons, white wine, sparkling water, and limoncello, you’ll enjoy a taste of Europe in a glass with this sangria recipe. When you’re serving this drink, use a wooden spoon to stop the drink and fruit from splashing everywhere.
10. Tropical Pineapple Coconut Sangria
Shared Appetite shares this tropical recipe that will remind you of sipping a pina colada on the beach. Combining white wine, coconut rum, pineapple juice, pineapple coconut seltzer, and plenty of fresh fruit, it will take you just minutes to prepare a pitcher of this drink. Leave your jug in the fridge for three to four hours after mixing, which will allow the flavors to marry together well before serving.
11. White Sangria
Brown Eyed Baker shares a white sangria recipe that makes a classic drink for a special occasion brunch or dinner with your family and friends. The recipe calls for lemons, Grand Marnier, and white wine, which all combine together to make a sophisticated sangria that everyone will enjoy. Before serving, add ice cubes and stir the fruit around again to ensure everything is evenly distributed before pouring.
12. Blackberry Apricot Sangria
This sangria recipe from This Silly Girl’s Kitchen combines two often overlooked fruits to create an exotic and unique blend. You’ll make your own blackberry syrup by boiling blackberries, sugar, and water together on the stove. After cooling, you’ll mix all the other ingredients in, then allow everything to chill in the fridge for a couple of hours before serving.
13. Strawberry Peach Champagne Sangria
You’ll need just five minutes of prep time to create this delicious sangria, which will make the perfect addition to your brunch or dinner on your next special occasion this spring. This recipe from Sunny Sweet Days mixes together sparkling wine or champagne, strawberries, sugar, and a sparkling peach mango drink for a bubbly and fruity drink that will be the perfect addition to your next gathering or party.
14. Margarita Sangria
If you can’t decide what cocktail to serve at your next party, try this margarita sangria which combines two popular drinks and will be a crowd-pleaser. Crazy for Crust shares this recipe which would be perfect served alongside a Mexican feast of tacos and fajitas. You’ll simply combine fruit, wine, tequila, and margarita mix, and then just before serving you’ll add a little club soda into the mix.
15. Sparkling Grapefruit Sangria
How Sweet Eats shares this sparkling grapefruit sangria recipe which offers a seasonal sangria that is a tart alternative to some of the sweeter drinks on this list. It takes just ten minutes to create and combines equal measurements of Riesling and prosecco or dry champagne. Pop the jug into the fridge for an hour or so before serving, and you’ll have the perfect welcome drink when you next have guests around.
16. The Soho Sangria
If you are looking for a special drink for your next birthday gathering, try out this Soho sangria from Soho Sonnet. This is a white wine sangria that is made from cucumber, lemon, lime, and mint, and it will help you cool off during the warmer spring and summer weather a lot of us experience. It’s a light drink that’s ideal for when you don’t fancy a cocktail made with hard alcohol.
17. Melon Sangria
I absolutely love eating melon, but I never expected it to be such a fantastic addition to sangria. This drink from Laylita’s Recipes combines a variety of melons including honeydew, cantaloupe, and watermelon, which are mixed together with Moscato wine, sparkling water, and mint.
18. Pineapple Lemonade Sangria
This is the ultimate summer drink which would make the perfect addition to your drink selection at your next barbecue. Fake Ginger shares this recipe which mixes white wine, rum, lemonade, and heaps of fruit for a flavorful and tropical drink. Before serving, top it up with a lemon-lime soda such as Sprite or 7Up for additional fizz.
19. Sweet Tea Sangria with Fresh Peaches and Raspberries
The Wicked Noodle has created this sweet tea sangria which is great for a summer brunch or barbecue. It requires minimal ingredients and once combined, you’ll simply leave the drink to chill for two or three hours before serving. You’ll just need sweet tea, a bottle of white wine, raspberries, peaches, and mint, and you’ll be ready to create this delicious drink.
20. Cranberry White Sangria
If you have leftover frozen cranberries from the holiday season, you’ll love this refreshing recipe from Mindful Avocado. Combining white wine, apples, cranberries, and oranges, this is a unique sangria that can be enjoyed at any time of the year. When making this sangria, you don’t need to worry about using an expensive bottle of wine, as the fruit will help to transform even the cheapest wine into a delicious sangria.
Sangria is one of my favorite drinks to enjoy, and with spring nearly upon us, I can’t wait to start creating these different recipes each weekend. Your family and friends will love trying out a different combination of fruits in their sangria each time they visit, and it’s the perfect drink for a family brunch or barbecue. Whichever one of these drinks you serve at your next gathering, you are bound to impress everyone you’ve invited.
I think I’m okay with this being a good way to get more fruit into my diet now and again! Actually, did you know there are certain health benefits with drinking Sangria? I had no idea.
I’m ready for the weekend so I can grab some white wine and try out my first recipe!
Other cocktail recipes you may like to try for Summer:
Which fresh and fruity Sangria recipe will you try first?
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