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Conchi's Sangria Recipe
  • READY IN 10 mins

Conchi's Sangria

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"This is the sangria that my friends taught me to make in Spain. It's quick and easy and makes a great drink to mix up for a summer party."

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Original recipe makes 48 (4 ounce) servings Change Servings
  • PREP

    10 mins

    10 mins


  1. In a large pitcher, combine red wine, sugar, apples, peaches, bananas and cinnamon sticks. Refrigerate for 6 hours or overnight.
  2. When you're ready to serve, stir in the lemon-lime soda.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Dec 07, 2003

It was excellent. I would have liked to give it 5 stars for kid friendliness, but I'm not sure that children should be drinking wine (even if it is mixed with lots of fruit and lemon-lime soda).

Most Helpful Critical Review
Sep 18, 2009

I would leave out the bananas. It was kinda weird! Otherwise pretty good

Dec 07, 2003

We doubled up the recipe for a large crowd and everyone loved it!

Dec 07, 2003

I hadn't made Sangria before until my boyfriend's 36th b-day recently. . . the beverage was a hit. Many comments that it was really good. I DID add Jamaican Rum to the mix though. This recipe made 6 pitchers.

Aug 14, 2006

I got so many compliments on this sangria. I made it w/ a papaya/mango/melon mix of frozen fruits and it was delicious.

Jul 02, 2006

I had 1/2 bottle of red wine to use up, so I scaled this recipe down to 6 servings. I actually butchered her recipe. I used what I had on hand: red wine, sprite, fresh peaches, fresh strawberries, and sugar. Drank it right away, instead of letting it sit for 6 hours. It was perfect, and just what I was looking for on the hot humid day! I'm not the greatest at following directions exactly, they're always a guide! Either way this is a keeper!

Jan 05, 2004

Very good. I had never had sangria prior to making this, and I was pleasantly surprised. I took the advice of another recipe and added about two ounces of Cointreau and sliced strawberries. My mom even loved it, and she's a wine snob.

Sep 13, 2010

I added a lot more fruit, but omitted the bananas. Used about a cup (ish) of rum, half cup (ish) of Sloe Gin and half cup (ish) of Triple Sec, and a full bottle of some red wine. I let it sit for a bout 4 hours, added two liters of lemon lime soda, served over ice and sprinkled with a tiny bit of cinnamon. I drank way too much, it was that yummy!


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