This recipe for Red Wine Sangria is sponsored by Grocery Outlet, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. The following content is for readers 21+.
Learn how to make an easy red wine sangria with Spanish wine and peach liquor. This recipe has just 4 ingredients and mixes up quickly and tastes delicious on those warm nights that will be here so soon. I love a good sangria. It goes down easily and is great for enjoying with a friend.
How to make homemade sangria
To make sangria, you will want to start with a couple of affordable bottles of medium-bodied red wine. Lucky for me, I stocked up at the Grocery Outlet wine sale and scored two of these bottles of Spanish wine for $3.99 each. They had so many great deals, I’m so happy I made it to the sale!
Mix just 4 ingredients together for the perfect sangria
Pour both bottles of wine into a pitcher and mix in your choice of brandy or liquor. I used peach liquor. It added a nice sweetness and extra layer of flavor. Next, add in chopped up fruit. One citrus and one non-citrus. I used oranges and apples, but you could switch it up with lemon and peach if you like. Finally, refrigerate your homemade sangria for at least 4 hours. Overnight is even better. It gives it time for everything to blend together. Enjoy chilled over ice or mixed with bubbly lemon-lime soda.
- 2 bottles red wine
- 1 cup peach liquor
- 1 orange, roughly chopped
- 1 apple, roughly chopped
- Combine all ingredients in a pitcher and mix.
- Refrigerate a minimum of 4 hours.
- Serve sangria cold. Refrigerate any leftovers.
Amount Per Serving Calories 325