When planning a party, a good sangria is a must! Enjoy five of my Best Sangria Recipes that are perfect drinks to serve anytime of the year.
5 of the Best Sangria Recipes
It’s the holiday season which means time to plan parties and nothing is easier than making a pitcher of Sangria! I’m sharing five of my favorite Best Sangria Recipes that are my go-to drinks for any type of party, anytime of the year.
At every party I’ve hosted, these sangria recipes always get compliments. Even people who don’t like wine or fruity drinks enjoy these five recipes. I try to make my sangria recipes as quick and simple as possible, because I’m usually running around last minute worrying about the food. A simple pitcher of sangria is about as easy as you can get! I hope you enjoy some of my favorite drink recipes too!
What if I don’t drink wine?
Not a wine drinker? You can definitely make a mocktail from these sangria recipes. Substitute the wine with juice and you can have a delicious drink for all ages.
- Red Wine Replacement: Use grape juice or pomegranate juice in place of red wine
- White Wine Replacement: Use white grape juice or apple juice in place of white wine.
Enjoy Our Best Sangria Recipes
If you are looking to make sangria on the go, visit our list for the best canned wine here. Canned wines are perfect for sangria! These are the Best Sangria Recipes for a party! Easy red and white wine cocktail drinks include Pineapple, Peach, Cranberry, Strawberry Rosé and Skinny Sangria. Enjoy!
Watch the Video of my favorite Sangria Recipes
Watch me make a few of the Sangria recipes in the video below or scroll down to print the recipes.
More fun cocktail recipes you might enjoy:
- Easy Holiday Punch
- Margarita Mix Recipe
- Aperol Spritz Recipe
- Blackberry Margaritas
- Strawberry Club Special
1. Cranberry Sangria “Christmas Sangria”
One year during the holidays, I made a new Cranberry Raspberry Sangria that when served at my party was gone within minutes! I call it Christmas Sangria. This raspberry, cranberry and apple Christmas Sangria is the easiest cocktail to make for a big crowd, you just dump everything in and forget about it. Not only is it a mix of sweet and tart, but it looks very fancy! It makes a wonderful drink for any holiday party.
2. Tropical Pineapple Sangria
My Tropical Pineapple Sangria recipe is one of our most popular sangria recipes here at Living Locurto! It’s a perfect coconut rum drink for a luau or just sipping by the pool. I enjoy making it during the cold weather months because it makes me feel like I’m on the beach! A tropical twist on the traditional white wine sangria that tastes like a piña colada, but much easier.
3. Strawberry Plum Rosé Sangria
If you love rosé wine, then you’ll definitely enjoy the light, sweet flavor of our Strawberry Plum Rose Sangria. It’s a very popular fruity party drink! This is a perfect summer drink when plums are in season, but you can make it anytime of the year.
4. Skinny Sangria
This simple Skinny Sangria recipe is the best low calorie cocktail for a party! If you’re trying to lose weight by counting your calories or points, then you’ll love this simple twist on the traditional sangria. My skinny sangria recipe still has wine and the fruit you love, but now feel free to enjoy your drink without all of the guilt!
5. Easy Peach Sangria
You definitely want to make this Easy Peach Sangria when peaches are in season, but it’s super tasty any time of the year! Bursting with flavor from fresh peaches, this sangria only takes a few minutes to make and only needs to be chilled for an hour if the peaches are very ripe. It’s a great sangria to make for a hot summer day!
>> Get the Easy Peach Sangria recipe below
Easy Peach Sangria | Best Sangria Recipes
- 2 cups peaches sliced
- 1 bottle white wine
- ¼ cup peach schnapps
- 1 cup Sprite optional
- Combine peaches, wine and schnapps into a pitcher and chill for at least 1 hour or overnight.
- Before serving, stir and pour in the Sprite to add fizz. (optional)
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Originally published on December 5, 2018. Last Updated on April 16, 2019 by Amy Locurto