Kimberly's Sangria Punch Recipe

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Kimberly's Sangria Punch

Kimberly Randle


I made this for my Aunt who wanted a really fruity red wine that was cold. It's funny because normally red wine is served room temp. Well it went over well and I make it for them everytime I cook fajitas.

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15 Min
15 Min


1 bag
red seedless grapes
red apples (medium to large)
clementines or tangerines
limes (medium)
4 cups
white grape juice (peach white grape is better)
2 bottles
castaneda sangria wine (world market)


1If you can not find Sangria wine you can sub a fruity (not sharp) red wine

• In a large glass pitcher crush and mash the grapes in the bottom getting all the juice out of the grapes, make sure no stems get into the mix
• Use 4 of the 5 limes to squeeze all the juice into the mix
• Take all but one of the citrus and squeeze the juice out of it into the mix
• Add the 4 cups of white peach grape juice
• Take a wooden spoon and stir and crush around in the bottom
• Next slice the remaining lime and citrus and both apples longs ways, the circular fruit slice on a vertical to have pretty thin slices and drop into pitcher, apples slice longs ways or chop into cubes (no seeds)
• Last add the 2 bottles of wine and stir
• For additional flavor you can add 1 cup of agave nectar (better) or 1 cup of sugar
• You can mash in fresh mint
• Or to make it stronger you can add a little Myers dark rum or any flavored white rum, do not add anymore than 2 cups
• For a spicier drink you can chop Jicama (Mexican fruit)

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Punches, Cocktails
Other Tag: Quick & Easy