Fruity and boozy and full of delicious flavors, these 17 sangria cocktails are a fun twist on a classic sangria! 🍹🍹🍹
This Spanish wine cocktail is a classic drink for the summer with all of the fruity goodness mixed throughout but changing it up from time to time gives you new drinks to enjoy while keeping all of your favorite parts of a pitcher of sangria.
These are perfect for sharing with a crowd during a summer pool party or for enjoying by yourself to wind down after a long day.
There are tons of options on how to shake it up to make it into a new and unique drink that you are sure to love.
During the especially hot days, a Vodka Sangria Spritzer or Sangria Slush will cool you down just right.
Even though this is traditionally a drink enjoyed in the summer, you can keep the drinks flowing in the fall with a Spiced Autumn Apple Sangria.
You can even get a taste of different regions with a Mexican Sangria, Classic Spanish Sangria, or an Italian Sangria Cocktail.
If you love sangrias, these sangria cocktails will be a delicious way to add some new drinks to your lineup!
If a Moscow mule seems less appetizing than your other go-to drinks, this sangria Mexican mule will win you over to the mule side.
You get the classic ginger kick and a little bit of fresh lime juice with red wine, tequila, and fresh blackberries.
The resulting cocktail is fruity, zingy, and so refreshing!
Malibu rum adds a nice touch of coconut flavor to whatever it is added to, so adding it to a sangria just elevates the tropical tastes throughout the drink.
Pineapple juice always goes great with coconut liqueur so of course, it has a place in this cocktail.
Top it off with your favorite white wine and some soda water for a tasty cocktail that will have everyone reaching for a glass.
A great part of this sangria is that you can use any type of wine you like, whether it is red, white, or rose, whatever you think goes great with tequila and fruit.
Peaches and lime are great fruit to add in, with the added bonus of being able to enjoy the soaked fruit after the cocktail is all gone.
Try to let this chill in the fridge for a couple of hours so the flavors can really shine through.
Waiting to enjoy this cocktail may be the hardest part of making this Mexican sangria.
Even though “strawberry” is in the title, raspberries and pink lemonade add a nice extra touch of flavor and color to this recipe.
Using frozen pink lemonade makes this super easy and if it is a little lower on the sweet level than you would like, add in some simple syrup.
For the wine you use in this cocktail, a bottle of white wine will taste especially delicious, such as sauvignon blanc.
This patriotic sangria can fit into so many summer holidays, aside from the obvious 4th of July.
The red layer comes from some white wine and frozen raspberries.
The white layer is ice and more white wine.
The blue layer is gin, food coloring, and (you guessed it) white wine.
All you need to do is blend the different layers separately and pour them one after the other into your glass!
With a few ingredients you may already have around, this spritzer comes together so quickly and easily.
Flavored sparkling water, vodka, and some cabernet sauvignon are all poured together with a handful of fresh berries tossed in.
Your spritzer cocktail will be crisp and refreshing and exactly what you need to cool down on a hot day.
If you are watching your calorie count, you can still enjoy delicious cocktails like this skinny sangria.
With only 70 calories per serving, you can sip on this incredible cocktail guilt-free.
Sprite zero is a great way to add some bubbles and lemon-lime flavors to your drink without adding extra calories.
Just be sure to mix your soda in right before serving so that it keeps all of its carbonation and stays as fresh as possible while the other ingredients mix their flavors together while chilling.
With delicious fall flavors from apples, cinnamon, and anise, this sangria should be enjoyed year-round, not just in the summer or fall.
You can use any cheap bottle of red wine, a Spanish wine for a more authentic flavor, or anything on the sweeter side if that is what you prefer.
It is very important to let this sangria rest in the fridge so that the fruit flavors mix well with the wine.
Leaving your cocktail in the fridge overnight will ensure you get the best taste possible for your drink.
The beauty of this recipe is that it uses fruit of every color of the rainbow for such a picturesque appearance and also tastes amazing.
You use red grapes, blueberries, kiwis, pineapples, mandarin oranges, and strawberries to get the full array of color.
Moscato, lemon-lime soda, and brandy fill your pitcher or glass between all of the fruit for a drink that will be so easy to sip on.
Dessert in a glass can be justified when there’s fruit in it, right?
Whipped cream flavored vodka, strawberry flavored simple syrup, and a bottle of rose wine are all combined in a pitcher so everyone can grab a glass.
If this is too sweet, you can pour in some sparkling water to tone down the sweetness a bit while keeping some fizz in the cocktail.
Whether you use dry rose wine or an Italian rosato wine, you still get the Italian flavors shining through your glass from the aperitif and Cocchi Americano.
Ripe peaches and halved strawberries are also added to your pitcher or glass for extra fruity goodness.
Your club soda and strawberries should be added right before serving to maintain the freshness of your cocktail.
12. Sangria Slush
If you have cheap wine you want to avoid drinking straight, this cocktail slush will make it taste much more luxe.
Blending together your forgotten bottle of white wine, some peach, strawberries, and mango nectar will give you a nice texture.
After blending, freeze your slush for about two or three hours so it gets the right consistency.
Adding in chopped fruit to your glass right before serving adds a nice extra touch of tropical fruitiness.
Just because a sangria cocktail is delicious does not mean it has to be a complicated and time-consuming process.
Seasonal melons, fresh mint, and elderflower liqueur are all mixed with your favorite rose wine for a drink that tastes just like summer in a glass.
Remember to remove your mint leaves right before serving, when you add in your club soda for the best tasting drink.
Turning a regular frozen margarita into a swirled frozen margarita is very easy when you take advantage of the frozen containers of limeade found in grocery stores.
Make sangria ice cubes too so that you can avoid diluting your drink with water which happens when you use regular ice cubes.
Grab your regular margarita ingredients like tequila, triple sec, and lime juice, and you get to include the extra addition of a frozen sangria swirl, which is going to be a winner for anyone who grabs a glass!
You get two types of wine in this special sangria recipe!
Both sparkling rose and sparkling white wine belong in your pitcher!
With some raspberry lemonade, you get an extra burst of refreshment and sweetness without over-doing the sugar content.
Sliced lemons and fresh raspberries only make this cocktail better so be sure to toss them in, too!
This classic Spanish drink comes together in no time at all!
Use one bottle of Rioja wine for authentic Spanish flavors.
Brandy, triple sec, orange juice, lemon juice, and sliced fruit make a simple yet amazing tasting cocktail you will find yourself craving time and time again.
Best when prepared as a pitcher to share with friends and family during Christmas, this is a perfect example of a traditional summer drink being transformed into a winter time cocktail.
Pinot Grigio, sparkling white grape juice, apples, cranberries, and rosemary still give you the fruity wine beverage you love, but with winter time flavors.
Even if you decide to make one glass at a time, there are steps laid out on how to adjust to make a single serving.
The bottom line
Sangria cocktails are delicious drinks full of wine and fruit. 🍹
These 17 cocktails are sure to please everyone who takes a sip while changing things up from the regular glass of wine you are used to enjoying.
Want even more? Here’s the CookingChew epic list of Summer Cocktails.
- Sangria Mexican Mule
- Malibu Sangria
- Mexican Sangria
- Strawberry Sangria
- Red White & Blue Frozen Sangria
- Vodka Sangria Spritzer
- Skinny Sangria
- Spiced Autumn Apple Sangria
- Rainbow Sangria
- Strawberry Shortcake Sangria Cocktail
- Italian Sangria Cocktail
- Sangria Slush
- Elderflower Sangria
- Sangria Swirled Frozen Margaritas
- Maggie’s Sparkling Rose Sangria
- Classic Spanish Sangria
- White Christmas Winter Sangria
- Read over this list of amazing Sangria Cocktails
- Choose one or two and gather the ingredients.
- Make it a pour to remember!