20 Of The Best Summer Sangria Recipes

Last Updated: April 15, 2024

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Beat the heat this summer with a fresh pitcher of sangria! Typically made with wine and fresh fruit plus a little brandy or rum, sangria makes a refreshing summer drink perfect for sipping by the pool, at a backyard BBQ, or on any hot summer day. And these are the best summer sangria recipes to do that with!

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Need some ideas for the perfect summer sangria recipe?

Here are 20 different and unique wine and fruit pairings that can all be made ahead of time.

Some are fizzy, some are herby, and some are super sweet. But all are easy to make.

No matter what the occasion, there is a recipe here for everyone.

Find your next crowd-pleaser with one of these summer sangria ideas.

1 | Pear Sangria

pear sangria

This refreshing pear sangria from cupcakesandcutlery.com is made from pear juice, Sauvignon Blanc, and rosemary.

They come together perfectly to create a light and herby sangria to sip on a hot summer day.

2 | Watermelon sangria

watermelon sangria

There’s nothing quite like a watermelon cocktail on a hot summer day. And watermelon sangria does not disappoint.

Made with fresh watermelon, rose wine and some watermelon ice cubes, it’s a refreshing drink that’s not too sweet.

Or try this version that’s made with triple sec, and white wine and looks so pretty.

3 | Peach Sangria

peach sangria

Made from another fruit that is perfect for summer, this peach sangria is fit for a crowd.

This version from burrataandbubbles.com uses crisp pinot grigio, sweet peach liqueur and fresh fruit, for a light and refreshing cocktail that is easy to make in large batches.

Or if you prefer a sweeter version, peach sangria made with moscato may be right up your alley.

4 | Blueberry Sangria

blueberry sangria

Have some blueberries that need to be used up? Then this blueberry sangria from sugarandsoul.co may be calling your name.

It combines homemade blueberry simple syrup, oranges, and red wine to produce a super flavorful cocktail that will go down really easy on a hot day.

5 | Strawberry Sangria with Rosé Wine

strawberry sangria with rose wine

What could be more summery than strawberries?

This sangria from barleyandsage.com combines them with raspberries and blood oranges soaked in rosé wine and flavored vodka. Pretty and delicious!

Or for more of a strawberry lemonade flavor, try one made with strawberry syrup and lemon juice.

6 | Strawberry vanilla sangria

strawberry vanilla sangria

If you’re a vanilla lover then this strawberry vanilla sangria from chocolatemoosey.com is for you.

It’s a summertime sangria recipe made from white wine that also includes vanilla bean, vanilla sugar and vanilla extract.

7 | Tropical fruit sangria

tropical fruit sangria

If you like fruit liqueurs, then this tropical sangria from senseandedibility.com is for you.

Made with dry white wine and a mix of tropical fruit liqueurs. it tastes like the Caribbean in a glass, and will keep your guests coming back for more.

Or if you prefer something a little lighter on the alcohol, you can make tropical sangria with prosecco. Mix in mango, kiwi, pineapple and other citrus fruits to give it all the tropical flair it needs.

8 | Red wine sangria

easy red wine sangria

Using red wine is the traditional way to make sangria. And this version from spendwithpennies.com is super easy to make.

It combines citrus flavors like lemon, lime and orange with brandy and the wine to create a flavorful summer cocktail.

For a slightly different flavor, you can also mix in pomegranate juice with the fruit and wine to make a truly refreshing beverage.

9 | Strawberry kiwi sangria

strawberry kiwi sangria in a glass with a pitcher behind

To create an extra-summery flavor, why not try strawberries and kiwis together?

This strawberry kiwi sangria uses rosé wine along with kiwi strawberry vodka to produce a fruity tasting wine punch that is perfect for a summer get together.

10 | Triple berry rosé sangria

two glasses filled with triple berry sangria and fresh berries

This triple berry rose sangria is made with all the summer berries – strawberries, raspberries and blackberries.

Mixed in with the rosé wine of your choice, pineapple juice and some club soda, it makes a pretty and sweet sparkling punch.

berry sangria with red wine

You can also make it with red wine (like this summer berry red sangria from persnicketyplates.com), if that’s what you prefer.

11 | Berries and lime sangria

2 mason jars filled with berries and lime sangria in front of a beverage dispenser

For a less sweet version, try this berries and lime sangria.

It still uses rosé wine and summer berries, but combines them with limes for more of a citrus flavor.

12 | Rosé Grapefruit Sangria

Rosé Grapefruit Sangria

For a combination of sweet and tart, try this sangria recipe from thegandmkitchen.com.

It is made from rosé wine and grapefruit liqueur. And it’s pink color looks super pretty on a cocktail cart.

13 | Grilled pineapple strawberry sangria

grilled pineapple strawberry sangria

Another great summer sangria recipe is this grilled pineapple and strawberry version from flavourandsavour.com.

Grilling the pineapple brings out the sweetness in the fruit, which adds a ton of flavor to this refreshing, bubbly drink.

14 | Sweet tea sangria

Sweet tea sangria

Sweet tea is a staple of summer get-togethers, especially if you live in the south. So who wouldn’t love this recipe from pizzazzerie.com?

It is an easy summer sangria made by combining sweet tea, white wine, triple sec and fresh fruit. The perfect refreshing cocktail for a hot day!

15 | Cucumber gimlet white sangria

Cucumber gimlet white sangria

If all the fruity sangrias aren’t really your thing, then this cucumber gimlet white sangria from cupcakesandkalechips.com might be just what you’re looking for.

It combines two classic cocktails in one unexpectedly delicious and refreshing summertime drink.

16 | Rainbow sangria

Rainbow sangria in a glass and in a pitcher

This rainbow sangria recipe from princesspinkygirl.com is all about the presentation.

It uses different colors of fruit in layers to create a beautiful and tasty cocktail.

17 | Ginger peach white sangria

ginger peach white sangria

For a super refreshing taste and extra bubbles, this sangria from lemonsandzest.com mixes ginger beer with white wine and fresh peaches.

The ginger gives it an extra tang that really makes the flavors pop.

18 | Camping sangria

camping sangria in a mason jar

In case you want your sangria to go, this is the recipe for you!

This camping sangria recipe from mightymrs.com is made with peaches, grapes, and strawberries soaked in white wine and vodka. And stored in mason jars for easy transportation.

Which makes it the perfect sangria to sip on by the campfire.

19 | Prosecco sangria

If you are looking for a sparkling fruit punch, try this prosecco sangria from heartscontentfarmhouse.com.

Made with fresh summer berries, sugar, and lemon-flavored vodka, this one is sure to be a hit at your next backyard BBQ.

20 | Melon Sangria

This melon sangria from muybuenocookbook.com is a must-try for the cognac fans.

Hennessee, moscato, and lemon lime soda fuse straight into melon balls and make one refreshingly light sangria!

That’s it for our list of summer sangria recipes. Hopefully you’ve found more than a few ideas for your next warm weather get-together.

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This post was originally published on July 25, 2021 but was updated with new content on April 15, 2024.

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