Showstopping Sangria Recipes

Delight your guests with a delicious glass (or two) of sangria.

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Red Wine Sangria

Bobby combines orange juice and pomegranate juice with Spanish table wine, brandy and triple sec as the base for this sangria that's filled with oranges, apples, blackberries and pomegranate seeds.

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White Sangria

Rachael's sangria takes five to 10 minutes to assemble in a large pitcher. Take the time to prepare it in the morning so the sangria has several hours to develop its fruity flavor. Pull it out when dinner is ready to serve that evening.

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Sangria Slushie

Consider this sangria 2.0. Your favorite Spanish beverage has gone slushy thanks to some clever homemade red wine ice cubes and a blender.

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Rose Sangria

Made with dry rose wine and a touch of brandy, this cool summer sangria boasts bright strawberries, raspberries and lemon.

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Black and Blue Berry Sangria

Summer's berry bounty is on full display in this dark sangria flavored with black raspberry liqueur, mixed-berry vodka and loads of fresh blackberries and blueberries.

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Vanilla, Starfruit and Champagne Sangria

Lillet Blanc, an aromatic French aperitif wine, enhances the delicate starfruit in this festive sangria. Made with Champagne and vanilla bean syrup, it's ideal for anytime you want to add a bit of sparkle to the party.

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Watermelon-Strawberry Sangria

Watermelon and strawberries are two of summer's defining fruits, so why not enjoy them in beverage form? Bobby's refreshing sangria will add an elegant touch to any summer party.

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Red Sangria

You can never go wrong with a classic sangria. Pro tip: It's best to make this with a dry red wine, which balances out the sweet oranges and apples.

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Sangria Panna Cotta

This boozy dessert is well worth the chill time. Make the night before your party, then refrigerate the panna cotta until you’re ready to serve. Don’t forget the fruit to garnish!

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Cranberry-Clementine Mulled Sangria

Typically served hot, this mulled wine is sweetened with maple syrup and flavored with tea and spices before being chilled to create a refreshing seasonal sangria.

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Sparkling Wine Sangria (Sangria de Cava)

Daisy uses well-chilled Cava (a Spanish sparkling wine) and berries for a brunch-worthy sangria.

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Passion Fruit Sangria

You’ll feel the love with Bobby’s refreshing sangria. Passion fruit puree lends its beautiful color to the drink, which is complemented by slices of apple, orange and lemon.

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Beer Sangria

Skip white wine in favor of grape juice and wheat beer as the basis for this crowd-pleasing sangria.

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Mulled Red Wine Sangria

Bobby spikes Spanish red wine with orange juice and brandy and serves it warm with citrus slices for a steamy, autumn-inspired spin on sangria.

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Frozen Grape Sangria

A light summer wine, like Pinot Grigio, is best for this white sangria. Freeze only the green grapes before assembling the drink this makes for a refreshing cocktail that isn't overwhelmingly cold.

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Apple Raspberry Sangria

Giada uses Pinot Grigio, a delicate white wine, to enhance the apple cider and orange liqueur in her autumnal cocktail.

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Make-Ahead Cucumber-Elderflower Sangria

This fresh gin cocktail has a little bit of sweetness from limeade. Add a crunchy cucumber for garnish.

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Big Time Sangria

Ree’s sangria is big time for a reason. She uses two bottles of rose wine and Sauvignon Blanc, then adds in fruit, simple syrup and orange-flavored rum and vodka. Once chilled, she pours in sparkling water for a fun pop of fizz.

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Peach Sangria

This simple sangria calls for only three ingredients: peaches, Riesling and lemon. Prepping for a party has never been easier.

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Pumpkin Sangria

Sandra’s bewitching sangria is made with just three ingredients: pumpkin spice liqueur, tropical juice and white wine. To decorate, she dips a glass in maple syrup, then coats the rims with a sweet pumpkin spice blend.

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