How is sangria made?

sangria ( wrote) is a fruity, wine-based punch that originates from Spain. It is typically made with a red wine, such as a Rioja, and is flavoured with fresh fruit, a sweetener, and a spirit, such as brandy.

There are lots of variations of sangria, but the most common components are:

– Red white wine

– Fruit (usually citrus fruits and berries).

– A sweetener (fruit, sugar, or honey juice).

– A spirit (brandy, rum, or vodka).

To make sangria, just integrate all of the active ingredients in a large pitcher or punch bowl and stir. Let the mix sit for a minimum of an hour so that the flavours can socialize. Serve over ice and take pleasure in!