Summer Sangria

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It's the easiest sangria you'll ever make.

I used to not like wine. Maybe it was because I was raised on "church wine" that all other wine lost it's appeal. But then when I turned 28, something happened. I started straight up craving wine.

And since then, I've been on a vino-journey to find any kind of wine I will actually enjoy while I drink it. Lately, I've been on a sangria kick - but not just any sangria; a 'sangria by the glass' style of drinking. Sure I can make an entire bottle of sangria, but I've been LOVING these solo sangria glasses which make it so that I can enjoy a glass or two without getting completely sloshed. Plus, using frozen fruit helps chill down freshly purchased room temperature wine - so extra bonus points for that!

Of course, you can make this recipe with any of your favorite wines or make it in a big batch. I find most wine bottles will have about 5-8 glasses of wine, so whichever kind you choose, you can duplicate the amount of ingredients to suit your personal tastes.

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Strawberry Mango Sangria

  • Number of Servings: 8
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour
Summer Sangria


  • 1 bottle white wine (I used riesling)
  • 1 cup frozen strawberries
  • 1 cup frozen mangoes
  • ¼ cup lime juice

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  1. PER GLASS: Add 1/2 tablespoon lime juice, 4-5 frozen strawberries and 4-5 mango chunks per glass. Pour wine over and let set for 5-10 minutes to thaw the fruit (optional).
  2. BY THE BOTTLE: In a large pitcher, combine all ingredients and stir. Chill for at least one hour.

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