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The Best Recipe For Sangria To Make This Winter
The Best Recipe For Sangria To Make This Winter
If you are looking for the best recipe for sangria on the internet, you’ve found it! Here at California Grown we know a thing or two about making easy, delicious wine-based cocktails. And we have all unanimously agreed that this Red Apple Sangria is the perfect sip for this year’s celebratory season.
What makes this the best recipe for sangria?
There are lots of reasons we love this sangria – mostly because it delicious! There is just something about the combination of California apples, oranges, cinnamon and red wine that make this wine-based cocktail irresistible to sip. Don’t even get us started on the orange brown sugar rim – it’s exquisite!
We also think this recipe is better than other sangria recipes because it is so easy! A knife will work to cut down all of the fruit, but we think a mandoline is easier and makes prettier slices if you happen to have one.
The best recipes for sangrias from around the internet for you to try next!
Our team of California Grown Creators have whipped up quite a few sangria recipes that should be on your radar. Each and every one of them have what it takes to qualify as the ‘best recipe for sangria’, it just depends on what flavor profiles you like most and what type of function you are serving it at.
This refreshing single-serve wine-based cocktail from the G Free Foodie is super easy to make right in the glass you plan to serve it in!
Get yourself some snacks, a bottle opener, a glass, and some ice for an epic party for one.
Are you in search of a fruity, festive cocktail for the cooler months of the year? The fresh, abundant fall fruits and dark, peppery California Zinfandel in this sangria hit the mark when it comes to exceptional taste. Not to mention, its dramatic presentation makes this recipe for Sangria with fruit perfect for celebrating the holiday season too!
Looking for a delicious sangria recipe that’s a little bit EXTRA? Look no further.
This sangria from the G. Free Foodie is sure to please! All the flavors of the holidays are packed into this one delicious drink. And it’s so simple to make! This winter sangria is perfect when you’ve got a party to plan.
Full of all the warm flavors of mulling spices but served over ice, this Spiced Pomegranate Sangria cocktail always gets an invite to the holiday party.
Persimmon season is short and sweet, so make sure you celebrate while you can with this delicious cold-weather sangria recipe from Jerry James Stone.
This recipe from Salt and Wind is made with white wine from California, blood orange juice, ginger liqueur, and a ton of local citrus — kumquats! blood oranges! Cara Cara oranges! — this is like taking a sip of winter in Southern California.
If you’ve been lucky enough to visit Napa, or any California wine region during harvest season, you will instantly recognize the fragrance. The intense aroma of fermenting wine grapes fills the air and everywhere you go seems steeped in the rustic smell of wine-in-the-making.
This autumn sangria from Hola Jalapeno is reminiscent of Napa Valley, full of fall fruits, and that sweet aroma of grapes being turned into wine.
Meg of This Mess is Ours says that her Apple and Berry Rosé Sangria is one of the easiest ways to whip up an elegant drink with very little hands-on time.
Full of fresh apples, berries, citrus, and edible flowers this sangria is a real showstopper!
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Red Apple Sangria
- 1 750- ml bottle medium-bodied California red wine such as Pinot Noir or Grenache
- 2 cups apple cider
- 1 cup fresh orange juice
- 2 apples sliced
- 1 orange sliced
- 3 cinnamon sticks
- Maple syrup to sweeten optional
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- Orange wedge
- Apple slices orange slices and cinnamon sticks for serving
- Add the wine, cider, juice, apple slices, orange slices and cinnamon sticks to a large pitcher and stir to combine.
- Taste and add 2-3 tablespoons of maple syrup to sweeten if desired.
- Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes or up to 5 hours.
- When ready to serve, add the brown sugar to a small plate. Rim each glass with an orange wedge and dip it in the brown sugar to coat. Fill glasses with ice and sangria.
- Top with fresh apple and orange slices and a cinnamon stick for garnish.
Looking for more ways to indulge with apples this season?
If you are a mega fan of California apples like us you just have to check out the following recipes and round ups! All you have to do is click on the images to access the articles.