Choose Your Own Sangria Adventure!


Choose Your Own Sangria Adventure! Sangria Recipe | thegoodstuff

With fun and decorative flavored ice, and a million and one wine and fruit flavor combinations, Sangria is the drink of choice for the summer. Try one of these tried and true recipes, or follow the formula to come up with your own Sangria recipe!

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Prosecco Sangria


Source: Martha Stewart

Use Prosecco or any other sparkling white wine to make this light, fruity party punch. Macerate sliced peaches, nectarines, and apricots in peach brandy before stirring in the bubbly.

Summer Picnic Punch


Source: Drinkwire

If you’re looking for a Sangria variation that leans toward tart vs. sweet, this beautiful red wonder is for you. With a base of Hibiscus tea and packed with mint, this cocktail gets it’s punch from PAMA pomegranate liqueur and aged rum. It’s a drink meant to be shared with friends, whether you’re sunning on a beach towel in the sand or lounging at a backyard BBQ.

White Sangria Sparkler


Source: Damn Delicious

Looking for a quick + fruity cocktail to serve a group of gal pals this weekend? Keep things easy but delicious with this refreshing, bubbly sangria loaded with tons of fruity goodness. The best part – it takes just 5 minutes to put together this show-stopping cocktail!

Build Your Best Sangria Recipe


As shown by the recipes above, beautiful Sangria comes in every color, made with red, white and rose wines. Once you’ve made the choice of what wine you’re in the mood for, select some of your favorite fruits and you’re halfway there! Print off this handy guide from Missouri Wines and keep it on your fridge to help guide you through the Sangria building process.

We hope we’ve inspired you to try some of these Sangria recipes. They’re ideal for a crowd and allow you to shine as the hostess of your next BBQ gathering or party.

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  • Adam Michalowicz

    What Wine would you recommend? Would a Moscato or Pinot Grigio be best? I assume it would have to be something that goes nicely with the fruit.

    • Facebook User

      Hello Adam – I would go with a Pinot Grigio or a nice Sauvignon Blanc. Both pair nicely with a variety of fruit so you can get creative and customize your sangria to match your event. Using a Moscato might get a bit too sweet, unless that’s what you’re going for! Enjoy~

    • couponscom

      Thanks so much, Gidget+LaRue! Adam, our resident wine expert who wrote this story made the comment above. We hope it helped!