Sangria Recipe punchy and fruity
Popular in Spain and Portugal Sangria is a punch consisting of red wine and chopped fruit (traditionally peaches, nectarines, berries, apples and pears, or global fruits such as pineapple or lime). Other ingredients are often added such as orange juice and sugar for sweetness and spirits such as Brandy or a flavored liqueur to boost the strength. Under EU regulations only Spain and Portugal can label their product as Sangria. This punch is very simple to make, if you can open a bottle of wine and chop some fruit, you can make Sangria...It’s a sociable drink so we would suggest you share your pitcher with some friends!
1 bottle of red wine (traditionally Tempranillo, Rioja or Garnacha)
250 ml Orange Juice
250 ml Lemon Juice
100 grams sugar
Cloves and cinnamon to taste
Chopped fruit (we suggest peaches, nectarines, berries, apples and pears, or global fruits such as pineapple or lime)
How to mix
Mix all the ingredients, except the spices together in a pitcher and refrigerate.
Add the cloves and cinnamon sticks to taste.
Serve in wine glasses.