A sangria is a punch, usually iced, made of wine, fruit juice, and soda water.
The original recipes call for red wine but recipes using white wine are also becoming popular.
Brief history of sangria and collection of recipes including various fruit sangrias.
Commonly served with spicy Mexican food in restaurants, this type of sangria is made with red wine, orange juice, Triple Sec, sweet and sour mix, grenadine, brandy, and lemon lime soda.
A sangria which is not as high in alcohol contents as other recipes. Made with red wine, rum, orange juice, and lots of fruit.
A collection of recipes, and an article explaining what goes into Sangria and which wines should be used. From About.com.
A blend of rum, sugar, oranges, lemons and lime, dry red wine, and freshly squeezed orange juice. Served with ice cubes made by freezing wine in ice cube trays.
Fairly mild, made with fruity red wine, cinnamon stick, lime, lemon and orange, red and green grapes, and cherries.
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