Summer calls for sangria and this season it comes in red, white, and pink. Cheers to the weekend with these summer wine favorites.
Pro tip: use frozen fruit instead of ice cubes to avoid a watered down taste as the day gets hot.
Sangria is the easiest drink to make for a group and can be customized based on your fruit preferences. This rosé sangria is everything you need for summer. Watermelon juice adds a refreshing component, without adding sweetness.
- 2 sliced & pitted cherries
- ¼ sliced white peach
- Juice of ¼ lime
- 1 sugar cubes
- 2 oz club soda
- 1 oz vodka
- ½ oz watermelon juice
- 3 oz rosé
In a cocktail shaker add sugar cubes, lime juice and club soda. Stir until cubes dissolve. Add fruit then vodka, rosé and watermelon juice.
Sangria is the easiest drink to make for a group and can be customized based on your fruit preferences. This sangria can be made as a big batch cocktail for any event. Tequila isn’t a typical ingredient in the average sangria, but this drink is far from average.
- Lime, lemon, orange, grapefruit sliced
- 2 oz silver tequila
- ¼ tablespoon agave syrup
- 4 oz white wine
- 2 oz club soda
Muddle fruit slices, tequila, and agave syrup in a cocktail shaker. Stir in white wine. Pour into a wine glass with ice and top with club soda.
Sunrise Sangria Spritz
This is what you get when you mix a rum punch and sangria. A fruity, bubbly drink that’s not too sweet, and perfect as a big batch signature cocktail for any event.
- 4 oz sparkling wine
- 1 oz grenadine
- 1 oz simple syrup
- 1 slice lime
- 2 slices orange
- 1 handful of fresh blueberries
- 3 strawberries, sliced
Mix wine, grenadine, and syrup in glass. Stir to combine before adding fruit slices. Chill for 4 hours before serving.