Sangria isn’t just for summer. Contrary to popular belief, this classic libation can be drunk at all times of the year, but in the winter, with a few twists, Sangria can become one of the most quintessential winter drinks at the table. So move over Mulled Wine, because here are 7 winter Sangria recipes that embody the winter spirit.
Apple pie is the quintessential dessert of the season, and this version of Sangria embodies all those warming apple flavors we love. Add some pomegranate seeds and a bit of Cognac and you’ve got the holidays in a glass.
This Sangria is rich and warming. Perfect for a crowd.
‘Tis the season for citrus, and this drink gets a holiday twist with a touch of pomegranate and apple.
There is no denying that Honeycrisp is the best apple around, and using it as an ingredient in a winter Sangria makes everything a bit more delicious.
Created by celebrity chef Jose Garces, this Sangria includes a warming kick of spice that is perfect for colder weather.
This Sangria includes a dash of Elderflower liqueur, making it classy enough to toast with on New Year’s Eve.
Ok we get it, you still aren’t convinced that winter is more Sangria season than Mulled Wine season, so in this drink, the two get combined. Happy now?!