Kitchen Hack: Learn How to Make Speedy Sangria

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Traditional sangria should truly sit overnight in your fridge. You want the fruit to marry with and soak up the wine and other liquors you’ve added to your mixture. If you’re planning to make a batch for a party (we've got a sangria recipe for every month of the year), you’ll probably remember to make it in advance. But what if you’re craving a glass right now?

Infused sangria is only minutes away. Click play on the video below to watch Cliff from Food Network Kitchens use a gadget probably stuck in the back of your kitchen drawer — the wine saver — to hack the time used to make this cocktail down to less than 10 minutes.

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