As is the case with so many Spanish specialties, there is no fixed sangria recipe. It consists of 'a little bit of this, a little bit of that', and whatever fruits happen to be in the kitchen.

That said, at spain-recipes.com we're offering some blueprints for exciting variations on this drink. Feel free to add other ingredients to taste. Because the success of any mixture will depend on the quality of these ingredients, it is crucial always to use good red wine, fresh fruit and flavorful juice.

SangrĂ­a must always be served ice-cold. If serving from a punch bowl, stir it in the bowl before ladling it into a glass. Finally, if possible, drink it on the beach - there is no finer feeling.

If you want to enjoy the real spanish fiesta spirit, don't miss our selection!

Our Sangria recipe selection

Basic Sangria recipe

Our standard sangria recipe. Try this one if you want to taste the original!

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Strong Sangria

This is the Strong One! Only for over 18s!

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White Sangria

Softer, almost alcohol free... Try changing the wine for grape juice, and you'll get a perfect kids' drink!

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Party Sangria

Are you holding a party, and want to add some Spanish flavor? Just try our special party sangria recipe!

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Spicy Sangria

If you're looking for a real HOT sangria recipe... Try our special spicy sangria recipe!

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Peach and Orange Sangria

This sparkling sangrĂ­a uses white wine instead of red, to better partner the vibrant peaches and oranges. A bit more potent than its sweet taste suggests, this sangria should be savored slowly.

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Citrus Sangria

This zesty sangria is specially refreshing thanks to the orange, lemon, and lime. Tangy and sweet, this drink tastes just like summer.

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Sangria Clara

White sangria may seem more pure than the original red version, but it is every bit as potent. Here, the fresh mint leaves infuse the sangria with an unforgettable zesty freshness.

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Fruity Sangria

This simple sangria requires some patience, but minimal effort. If served at a party, guests will delight in nibbling on the wine-flavored apple and pear chunks remaining in their cups after their sangria has vanished.

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Cranberry and Strawberry Sangria

This playful sangria is sure to become one of your party staples. It is only slightly more tedious to prepare than the other sangrias, but well worth the extra little effort. This fruity, delicious sangria is practically a fiesta in itself but with sangria like this, why wait for the guests?

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  • Sangria Pitcher

    Hand Painted Ceramic Sangría Pitcher

    This cheerful pitcher is the ideal way to serve sangría. Each pitcher is made by hand in the small town of El Puente del Arzobispo then carefully painted with a traditional pattern by local craftsmen. Each pitcher is signed by the artist.

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