Berry Sangria

Published Date
June 12th 2022
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Berry Sangria is a refreshing nonalcoholic drink that's perfect for summer. Sangria can be traced back to 200 B.C. Romans often drank Spanish wines and eventually began calling wines and wine-based punches sangria. Over a century later, sangria made with French Bordeaux became the "it" drink of Europe, which is still prevalent in parts of the world today. 

This berry sangria is filled with fresh blackberries, blueberries, and oranges. It's also made with grenadine to give a dark, dark color, pomegranate juice, white grape juice, orange juice, cranberry juice, lemon-lime soda, and sparkling water to carbonate the berry sangria. That goes great with Air Fryer Apple Fries. Since this berry sangria is a mocktail, it's a refreshing drink the whole family can enjoy. 

What berries do you put in sangria?

You can use any berries you like. For example, this berry sangria uses blackberries and blueberries. However, you can also use strawberries or raspberries.   

What fruit goes best in sangria?

Most fruits pair well with sangria. Lemons and oranges are the most common fruits in sangria. However, apples, berries, and peaches are also popular choices.   

How long should you marinate sangria?

Sangria should be allowed to sit in the fridge for a minimum of 8 hours or overnight.   

Do you put ice in sangria?

Ice is not usually added to sangria before it is allowed to marinate. However, you can add ice to glasses just before pouring the sangria into the glasses.   

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Author: Sarah Leadon
Average: 5 (2 votes)
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
0 mins
Total Time
10 mins
12 persons


Berry sangria
To serve


Berry sangria
Put the blueberries, blackberries, and orange slices into a 1-gallon pitcher.   
Add the orange juice, grenadine, white grape juice, pomegranate juice, and cranberry juice to the fruits and stir to combine.   
Add the lemon-lime soda and sparkling water and stir to combine.   
Place the berry sangria into the fridge and chill it until you are ready to serve it.   
To serve
To serve the berry sangria, divide the blackberries, blueberries, orange slices, and mint between 12 glasses. Pour the berry sangria into the glasses and serve. 
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