Chocolate Cherry Sangria

I always thought a Chocolate wine would be heaven, then a friend told me about Cocobon. Mmmmm. This is the perfect book club or romantic night sangria.

2 bottles of Cocobon Wine
2 1/2 cups UV Chocolate Cake Vodka (or to taste… I may have added more, I kinda lost count, lol)
4 cups Black Cherry juice
1/4 cup plus 1 shot of Chambord

Black cherries (slice in half and pit)

Let sit overnight preferably, but at least 4-5 hours before serving.
Makes about 1 gallon of sangria

 

Margarita Sangria

2/3 cup Agave Nectar Syrup
1/2 cup Silver Tequila
1/4 cup pure Lime Juice
1 bottle white wine (I used Spatlese)

2 lemons, sliced into thin rounds
2 limes, sliced into thin rounds
1 naval orange, halved and sliced into thin rounds

lemon-lime soda

To serve: fill glass with 1/4 lemon-lime soda and 3/4 sangria mix

*Times recipe by 4 to make a little over 2 gallons

 

Orange Mango Sangria

4 bottles (750ml ea) of White Wine
1 bottle (1 liter) of Triple Sec
2 cups (16 oz) of Key Lime Rum
3/4 cup Agave Nectar Syrup
3 cups (24oz) of Mango Puree Juice
3 cups Pure Lemon Juice
3 cups Orange Juice (pulp free)

1 Mango
Strawberries
1/2 Lemon
2 Cinnamon Sticks

Let sit overnight preferably, but at least 4-5 hours before serving.

Makes about 2 1/2 gallons of sangria

 

Pumpkin Spice Sangria

4 bottles sweet Riesling
6 cups peach mango juice (or something similar like apple passion mango)
2 bottles of Pumpkin Spice liqueur (clear orange stuff, not the thick opaque stuff)
2 cups Apple Orchard Bourbon (Evan Williams)
1 1/2 cup Cinnamon Bourbon (Evan Williams)

2 Peaches
5 Cinnamon sticks

Let sit overnight preferably, but at least 4-5 hours before serving.

Made a little over 2 gallons of sangria

Candy Apple Sangria

I remember this as being delicious! When I wrote down the recipe I neglected to mark down many of the quantities (don’t know what I was thinking).
*If I make it again I’ll come back and update this post

4 bottles Red Table Wine (GroundSwell)
Apple Cider Flavored Whiskey (Serpent’s Bite)
Caramel Apple Vodka (Pinnacle)
Salted Caramel Apple Vodka (UV)
Sweet Vermouth
Apple Liquor
Apple Cider

Sprinkle of Ground Cinnomon
8 Cinnamon Sticks
Apples

Let sit overnight preferably, but at least 4-5 hours before serving.

Made a little over 2 gallons of sangria

Apple Cider Sangria

When people hear I’m making sangria for an event, this is by far the most requested. Sadly it’s seasonal due to when some of the liquor is available.

Version 2
Tastes just as good, but less ingredients than Version 1

4 bottles of Red Table Wine, 750ml each
2 cups Halloween Wine (from IL River Winery)
1 1/2 cup Cinnamon Simple Syrup
2 cups Apple Pie Vodka
2 cups Cinnamon Brandy
4 cups Apple Cider
1 cup Apple Liqueur
1/2 cup Sweet Vermouth

1 cup of Grapes (cut in half)
4 sliced Apples
4 sliced Pears
8-10 cinnamon sticks

Let sit overnight preferably, but at least 4-5 hours before serving.

Makes a little over 2 gallons of sangria

Version 1
My first time making this I was using up some left-over liquor in my cabinets

4 bottles of Red Table Wine, 750ml each
2 cups Halloween Wine (from IL River Winery)
1 1/2 cup Cinnamon Simple Syrup
2 cups Apple Pie Vodka
2 cups Ginger Brandy
4 cups Apple Cider
1 cup Apple Liqueur
1/2 cup Sweet Vermouth
1/2 cup Peach Brandy
3/4 cup Pear Liquor

1 cup of Grapes (cut in half)
4 sliced Apples
4 sliced Pears
8-10 cinnamon sticks

Let sit overnight preferably, but at least 4-5 hours before serving.

Makes a little over 2 gallons of sangria

(Olive Garden) Red Sangria

I received this recipe from a family friend. Truthfully, I got this so long ago I don’t remember how much I changed verses kept the same. So I can’t take credit for this one.

1 1/2 liter Red Table Wine
1 cup Grenadine
2 cups Cranberry juice cocktail
1 1/4 cup Sweet Vermouth
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup water

Strawberries
Oranges
Raspberries
Blackberries
Nectarines
Apples

Let sit overnight preferably, but at least 4-5 hours before serving.

Makes about 1 gallon of sangria