Sangria is definitely the most fun way to drink wine, and is a great way to make a big-batch cocktail any time of year. This Spanish beverage is traditionally made with red wine, chopped fruit and brandy, but you can use whatever kind of wine you like. White wine goes especially well with mangoes and peaches, while red sangria will typically have chopped citrus fruits or apples. Switch things up by adding lychees, rhubarb, cinnamon, limoncello, apple cider or fresh herbs, and use seasonal fruit so you can drink sangria all year long. One of our best tips is to make an ice ring, and serve the sangria in a punchbowl. Fill a Bundt pan with berries, chopped fruit, cucumbers or herbs, and distilled water. The sangria will look even more colorful, and it won't get diluted as quickly. Find your perfect sangria recipe with F&W's guide.

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Sparkling Citrus-Pomegranate Sangria
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A quick cinnamon-flavored simple syrup adds cozy notes to this tart sangria with fall flavors of pear, persimmon, and pomegranate. It's spiked with brandy and gets a lift from Lambrusco, a fizzy Italian red wine.
Vinho Verde Sangria with a Mint-and-Cucumber Ice Ring
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Justin Chapple, Food & Wine's resident Mad Genius, uses a Bundt pan to make an ice ring for his refreshing gin–and–Vinho Verde sangria. It's a total crowd-pleaser. Slideshow:  More Sangria Recipes 
Rosé Sangria with a Mixed-Berry Ice Ring
Justin Chapple, Food & Wine's resident Mad Genius, uses a Bundt pan to make the ice ring for his delicious rosé-and-rum sangria. Slideshow:  More Sangria Recipes 
Our Best Sangria Recipes
This delicious cocktail combines the best of summer by infusing wine, summer fruits and soda water. Not only is it one of the most refreshing ways to cool off during the warm summer months, this festive wine "punch" is simple to make and is sure to light up any holiday party. Traditionally made from red wines, recipes have evolved to include white, Riesling and rosé wines as well. Try these cooling and invigorating recipes for your next summer barbecue or party.
Pineapple-Sake Sangria with Jalapeño
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This sake-based punch from chef Helene Henderson is refreshing and spicy thanks to an easy-to-make jalapeño syrup. Slideshow:  More Sangria Recipes 
Riesling Sangria with Lychees
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“Our consulting beverage director, Peter Vestinos, makes fun of my drinks because they’re always a little sweeter than he likes,” says chef Bill Kim. Kim’s fruit-filled sangria is a bit sweet, yes, but it’s also refreshing, thanks to the lemon juice. Slideshow: Sangria Recipes 

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Sangria Cosecha
Combining cava with figgy, nutty East India sherry and a touch of cinnamon syrup, Bridget Albert's robust Sangria Cosecha (Harvest Sangria) is a terrific cold-weather cocktail. To lighten it, just add more sparkling wine.
Herbed White Sangria
Vermilion, ChicagoThis herby, mango-specked sangria reflects Vermilion's Latin-Indian fusion philosophy; the drink was created for the restaurant's 2005 Bollywood festival.Plus: Ultimate Cocktail Guide