8 Party-Ready Sangria Recipes to Please a Crowd
Nothing is better than the classic recipe. Made with a simple mix of red wine, brandy, simple syrup and fruit, it’s one of the easiest and most satisfying large format drinks you can make.
Sweet-tart Moscato and Applejack join forces in this fall take on the classic. Made with a touch of clove syrup, it’s the perfect way to kick off Thanksgiving dinner.
Apples and Pears
It’s super easy to make this light, summery take on Sangria. Simply add the ingredients to a Mason jar, shake, chill, and it’ll be ready to go on your next adventure.
Lustau Fino Sherry
Matt Tocco of Pinewood Social made this frozen Sangria to combat Nashville’s summer heat, and we have to agree it’s the most refreshing version of the drink we’ve tasted. Whip up a batch to serve at your next barbecue or pool party.
Effervescent Cava replaces red wine in this fizzy, lightweight Sangria recipe from Miguel Lancha at Bazaar Meat by José Andrés in Las Vegas. It calls for Manzanilla sherry instead of brandy to add nutty depth.
Rosé wine fanatics will love this pink drink, which is made with both watermelon liqueur and chunks of watermelon. No one will be able to resist a glass of this rosy-hued cocktail.
Aged rum adds a deep tropical sweetness to this Sangria, which also employs the help of exotic lychee and mango juices. The recipe makes a big ol’ batch, but we’d be surprised if you have any leftovers after serving it at your next party.
This white Sangria gets the double-duty fall treatment with both sparkling apple cider and Applejack. It’s the perfect drink to serve during cocktail hour at your next fall dinner party.
Sparkling Apple Cider