S is for Sangria, making it one of my favorite letters in the alphabet. Check out these fifteen beautiful sangria recipes in my sangria roundup post for this Friday’s Happy Hour. Sangria is one of my top favorite ways to serve wine and fruit, plus, Mother’s Day is Sunday and (for those who are 21 and older) what a great treat to make and enjoy with mom!
I’m finally all moved and settled in (mostly). One of the things I’m loving best about my new spot is the great big wide patio. I can sit out here and have a glass of sangria and just be quiet. It’s a bonus of living in a small town – it’s really quiet. There’s very little traffic noise and the breeze from the bay is heavenly. I’d imagine this summer I’ll be taste testing most of these recipes (while saving the pomegranate persimmon sangria recipe for this fall).
First up is a yummy looking white peach sangria from Just a Little Bit of Bacon:
Next is a non-alcoholic sangria from Watch What U Eat that blends pineapple, strawberries, and sparkling water for a refreshing afternoon drink.
I particularly love a good rose wine, so really liked the look of this Rose Sangria from Bourbon and Honey.
Sparking fruit white sangria from Mommy’s Home Cooking looks so good and refreshing.
Strawberries and basil are two of my favorite things. I’ll definitely be making this sangria from Living Well Spending Less this summer.
Kiwis and raspberries and prosecco are a natural match. Check them out in this easy cocktail from Luci’s Morsels.
I always have a few pomegranate seeds lurking in the freezer this time of year. What a great way to use them up by making pomegranate red wine sangria from A Fork’s Tale.
This summer berry sangria from Cooking With Curls will be so perfect for when it’s berry season again.
You can’t ever have enough recipes for sangria with rose wine. This sangria from Lean, Clean and Brie is a luscious mix of strawberries, lemons, and rose.
One of the great things about sangria is that it’s so easy to make use of the best fruits of the season, like this peach melba sangria from Garlic and Zest.
If my pineapple plant ever takes root and produces pineapple, I think I’d use it to make this champagne sangria with pineapple and berries from Fried Dandelions.
Sometimes, I just want a good classic sangria, like this one from Curious Cuisiniere.
Sangria isn’t just a summer drink. Fall and winter fruits make awesome sangria, like this one from Salt and Lavender that features pomegranates and persimmon.
Finally, here’s a tropical moscato sangria from Living Sweet Moments, perfect for a warm summer night.