Here are 5 easy Red Sangria recipes that you can put together in a matter of minutes for any festive event you might be planning. Though, unlike a White Sangria,which is primarily served chilled during the warm, summer months, Red Sangria is a lovely year-round cocktail. Have fun experimenting with the following easy red sangria recipes. Find one that will be perfect for your next gathering.
Red Wine Sangria
This is a lovely presentation. A two-tone sangria cocktail looks sophisticated and elegant. No one will know how easy it is to make. Add the ingredients separately and enjoy as the flavors mingle together.
Best-Ever Red Sangria
A bold title that I’ll leave for you to decide. This traditional yet easy red sangria recipe uses all the traditional ingredients; red wine, seltzer, orange juice, brandy, sugar and fruit.
Mulled Red Wine Sangria
Here is proof that Sangria can and should be served year round. You’ll find some of the same ingredients as in the traditional sangria. The stove-top simmered providing a nice enticing aroma for the holidays.
Frozen Watermelon Rosé Sangria Slushies
Oh, I can’t wait for summer to get her so I can give this one a try. What better way to guarantee a cold drink on a warm summer day?
Boozy Red Sangria
Need I say more? Vodka, Tequila and Wine, oh my. With all that fruit, it’s got to be good for you? Yes!
The traditional Red Wine Sangria originated in Spain and Portugal. Over time the recipe has been modified to use other liquors and fruits. Since its introduction to the United States at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York, Sangria has become a popular alternative to red wine for outdoor dining. Traditional recipes tend to use Spanish Rioja red wine and citrus fruits.