From red wine to white and sparkling to flat, the best tart, fruity sangria recipes.
The traditional recipe your guests expect when you shout, "Sangria!"
Red wine, Campari, cranberry syrup, and bourbon make for a sangria that's bold, bitter, and delicious.
A bold, fruit-chunk-free sangria flavored with fresh ginger and cardamom.
A snazzy sangria that's remarkably fruity considering that there isn't the regular assortment of fruit floating in it.
Sangria meets the Aperol spritz.
This sparkling sangria makes use of the French aperitif Lillet Rosé, which comes already flavored with sweet and bitter orange peel and fruit liqueurs.
Rosemary and gin add a layer of herbal complexity to this white sangria.
Fresh watermelon adds delicate sweetness, and a squeeze of lime heightens the tartness of the white wine in this sangria.
Vermouth, bitters, and cognac add depth to this Manhattan-inspired sangria.
Tangerines and kumquats are highlighted in this wintry sangria.
A cidery twist on white sangria, with tons of rich fruit flavor.
This sangria starts with roasting deep red plums with star anise pods.
A playful, bubbly mix of rosé Champagne and crème de cassis, full of frozen strawberries, blackberries, and currants.
A red wine base gets a boost of cherry flavor from Cherry Heering liqueur.
A fizzy sangria that's light enough to serve at brunch.
Manzanilla sherry takes the place of wine in this summery make-ahead sangria.
Apple sauce is key to the rich flavor and texture of this autumnal red wine sangria.
This frozen sangria is a tart and refreshing way to transform a subpar bottle of wine into something special.