- Handmade in Spain
- Pinched spout to hold in fruit and ice
- Lead free
- Size - 1.3 Quart/1.5 Liter
This handmade pitcher is beautiful in its simplicity. Perfect for sangría, wine or even orange juice. Each pitcher has a pinched spout to block the fruit used to make sangría. Lead-free clear glaze.
TRADITIONAL SANGRÍA (Four Servings)
1 bottle Spanish red wine
1/4 cup of orange juice
1/4 cup of orange liqueur (optional), such as Gran Marnier or Cointreau
1 tablespoon of sugar
1 cup of chilled soda water
Sliced apples, oranges, limes and whatever fruit you enjoy
Combine the wine with the orange juice, liqueur and fruit. Refrigerate for at least an hour, ideally overnight. Add chilled soda water and a small amount of ice right before serving.
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"I am so delighted and proud to serve my family and friends from this simple yet chic hand crafted Sangria pitcher. I love it!"
MaryJulia - COLUMBUS, GA - Oct 29, 2017
"Just love it!! Its wonderful!"
Cathy L Herbold - Klamath Falls, OR - Mar 15, 2015
"Looks like the ones that I saw in Espanol. "
Melford OSCHE - Virginia Beach, VA - Mar 28, 2014
"Sangria Pitcher was great and keeps the Sangria very nice and chilled."
Veronica - Albuquerque, New Mexico - Jan 6, 2013
"Love the rustic craftsmanship! Bought this as part of a Christmas present, along with the 4.5 cazuela dishes. We are now ready for an authentic tapas night!"
Anita - Cumming, Georgia - Jan 6, 2013
"The pitch is beautiful. Just what I wanted. Love it!"
Corinne Hitt - Clearwater, Florida - Apr 29, 2012
"I bought this for my boyfriend who loves Sangria just as much as I do. It was a little small to be honest. I thought it was going to be bigger so it could hold a lot of Sangria but it's gorgeous and it reminds me so much of Europe (I'm not from Spain but from Portugal and we use the same ones.) We're looking forward to using it in the summer :) Great quality too!!"
Joana - Feb 6, 2011
"My nephew & his wife are using this fine product to make assorted sangrias every weekend for their friends. Thanks Paul K"
Paul Kallinisch - Jun 5, 2010