Summer Sangria never tasted so good.
Nothing says summer like pool parties, outdoor gatherings, grilling and a large pitcher of Sangria.
Almost instantly, you can turn your favorite wine into the perfect fruity punch. And, whether you fancy red or white wine, you can muddle or mix a variety of fruit flavors to make your own recipe.
In fact, you can even serve your kids a virgin Sangria that resembles a fruity lemonade drink.
Try one of these favorites or experiment with your own fruits and wines. Be creative and enjoy.
1. White Wine Sangria With Apple
Simplistic, but elegant. Enjoy this summer treat any time you need a quick, refreshing drink. This drink combines chardonnay and ginger ale with a hint of apple. This simple recipe is perfect when you don’t have much time.
2. White Sangria With Mint and Citrus
Add a touch of elegance to your next Chardonnay. This Sangria recipe combines lemon and mint for a perfect quiet evening on the porch.
3. Cucumber Herb Sangria
White wine never tasted so refreshing. This blend of cucumber and herbs will keep your toes tapping to your favorite tune. Try out this recipe.
4. Sexy White Wine Sangria
Strawberries, kiwis and limes – a match made in Heaven. This recipe will inspire any of your guests with its beautiful red and green color combination.
5. Moscato Sangria
Looking for something a little sweeter? Try mixing your favorite Moscato wine with a few raspberries in this recipe. The pink blush is sure to add a splash of color to your next event.
6. Peach Sangria
Whether your peaches are from Georgia, the Texas Hill Country or somewhere in between, they will infuse this easy recipe with amazing flavors made for a hot summer afternoon.
7. Melon Sangria
Watermelons, cantaloupe and honeydew melons make a beautiful color combination. Looking for a way to mix those summer melons with your favorite wine? This recipe is a sure winner.
8. Stars and Stripes Sangria
Summer time brings Memorial Day and the Fourth of July. This red, white and blue recipe will add a touch of color to any summer feast.
9. Lazy Girl Sangria
Looking for something to sip on the porch while the sun sets? This red wine Sangria recipe makes just enough for you.
10. Virgin Pineapple Sangria
Don’t forget to make something special for the kids. This Pineapple Sangria is full of fruit taste without the wine. Kids are sure to love this recipe.
Sangria drinks are a simple way to create your own signature drink. The best part, besides that you can combine almost any fruit and any wine, is that you can use a low-budget wine and get great results by transforming economical wine into a great summer drink can be as rewarding as sipping homemade wine – almost!