By mixing up the base, the added booze and the garnishes, you can create entirely different sangrias to take you through each season.
When people are craving lighter flavors, make your sangria with crisp white wines and botanical-scented booze, like gin, cucumber-infused vodka or St-Germain, the lovely elderflower liqueur. Garnish your pitchers with strawberries, late-season citrus or herbs like dill and mint.
Summer has practically become synonymous with rosé, so why not make a sangria from it? You can make the drink sweet, using ginger ale and guava nectar, as in this recipe. For a drier style, cut the soda.