Berry Sangria is the perfect refreshing cocktail recipe to make and sip this Spring! The combination of fruity berry flavor with white wine and vodka is perfect!
Why We Love This Berry Sangria Recipe
I love the sweetness Moscato brings to the table, and it’s so delicious in this cocktail. I’ve always loved white wine more than red for sipping, so this drink is right up my alley. The bright fruit flavors mixed with the Moscato make this a little glass of perfection.
Variations on Mixed Berry Sangria
I really love the sweetness of Moscato, but I know it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. For a less sweet sangria, try Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc instead. You can also use an unflavored or citrus-flavored vodka in place of the berry vodka and club soda in place of the lemon lime soda. It’s truly up to you to decide how sweet or dry this berry sangria is.
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How to Store
Store this berry sangria covered in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Give it a good stir and add the lemon lime soda just before serving.
Nothing pairs with a cocktail quite like an appetizer! You could go with something sweet and light (like fruit) to complement the drink, or serve with something really snackable (like chips and dip, of course!). I recommend serving this berry sangria with this Port Wine Cheese Log, Strawberry Salsa, or this Food Processor Guacamole.
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How to Make Berry Sangria Step by Step
Make and Chill: Place the 750 milliliters (1 bottle) of Moscato, ½ cup of Pearl Red Berry Vodka, 15-18 ounces of berry juice, 1 cup of sliced fresh strawberries, and 1 cup of fresh raspberries in a pitcher and stir. Refrigerate for 1-2 hours
Serve: Right before serving, add 1 liter of lemon lime soda and stir to combine. Pour over ice and garnish with more fruit.