The Anatomy of Sangria

Fruity or fizzy? Red or white? Here's how to easily make your own tasty sangria.



It's sometimes tough to know where to start when making sangria. In addition to selecting a red wine or white, there are several elements to consider: Which fruit will you use? What mixer will you add? Will you choose a savory or sweet garnish? Flavor combinations can make or break even the simplest of sangrias, so to make sure your next batch is stellar, use the guidelines below to create a version that promises to suit your palate—and your guests.


Shopping for wine? Browse wine ratingson the go with Wine Enthusiast's Tasting Guide app for iPhone and Android >>>

Copy this code to share this on your blog or Web site:

Edit Module
Edit Module

Related Articles

How to Buy, Prepare and Pair Seafood with Wine

How to make it—and pair it—like a pro.

The Best of Berlin

Where to eat and drink in Germany's gourmet capital.

Stags Leap, Napa's Most Elegant Address

The Stags Leap District has been quietly turning heads for decades, but new blood is re-energizing the region’s wineries.

The Ultimate Cinco de Mayo Sauce

Serve up this traditional Mexican sauce with your favorite Cinco de Mayo fare.
Edit Module Edit Module
Edit Module

Subscribe

You can unsubscribe at any time. View an example of our newsletter.

Edit Module
Edit Module

Shop

Edit Module
>
Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow TagsEdit Module

Related Web Articles