Yes, Sangria is normally a summer drink but we’ve found a few recipes that put Mulled wine to shame. With just a few added twists on this favourite drink, they are sure to keep you warm this winter. Check out the recipes below using mostly seasonal ingredients. We would love to hear your ideas below too!
This recipe adds a bit of class to the normal Sangria with a splash of Cognac and Sparkling White. This Sangria is paired with apples and pomegranate, making it a great winter warmer.
Martha’s Winter Fruit Sangria is the perfect drink for a winter dinner party. It sure will be a crowd favourite with the splash of brand and zesty flavour of oranges!
A sweet winter sangria with fresh apples, honey, cinnamon and white wine. We have tried this one and the local produce makes all the difference.
This one is from Chef Jose Garces and an ideal cocktail for a winter holiday celebration. Cranberries are a great addition to Sangria! This recipe does take a little longer to prepare but it is totally worth it.