- Use the recipe or chill & serve as is!
- Serves 4
- 25 oz bottle ~ 8.5% Alcohol
- Size - 750 ml
Sangría is the traditional summer drink of Andalucia. Red wine is mixed with fruit, soda and brandy -- sort of a citrus wine spritzer. It is an informal and refreshing way to enjoy good company with friends.
This bottle contains red wine and natural citrus, making a great base for sangría. This is a good head-start for your own creative urge, using the recipe below, or serve it chilled right from the bottle.
Alcohol 7% - 10%
TRADITIONAL SANGRÍA (Four Servings)
1 bottle Reál Sangría mix or 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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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 5 reviews Write a review
"Simply the best Sangria, period ! It's pretty much the only alcoholic drink I drink now. I refrigerate it in advance. Then in my glass add a small slice each of lemon & lime plus a large slice of honeybell tangelo (straight from the grove)... fill to the top with Cruz Garcia sangria, stir and enjoy ! Oh so delicious ! ! !"
JT - Venice, Florida - Jan 5, 2013
alma - May 16, 2011
"The Best Sangria,I ever had,and of course...the best comes from its birthplace!!!"
Don Arrigo - Aug 17, 2010
"Excellent. Have tried many other bottled Sangrias but this one has them beat. Highly recommend."
Sandra - Oct 28, 2009
"Best sangria sold. Add a slice of orange and it's like you made it yourself."
Barbara - Oct 8, 2009