Autumn Sangria

Even better than mulled wine, is this fall-flavor-infused sangria.  It’s a recipe that has turned into an annual tradition for me and I’m actually making some today as I gear up and prepare food for a camping trip with friends.

The sweet cinnamon and apple flavors combined with red wine make this pretty tasty either hot or cold.  I have send a bit THANK YOU to my friend Maranda who gave me this recipe years ago.

About Rachelle Lucas

Rachelle is a writer, spokesperson, and travel videographer. She believes the best way to learn about a destination is through its flavors and collects recipes from her trips to recreate them here on The Travel Bite. She’s currently the Food and Dining Insider for Visit Florida and was recently named by KRED as one of the Top 50 Travel Bloggers in the world.

As much as Rachelle enjoys traveling and tasting new foods, she also loves to run. She’s completed the New York City Marathon and the Marine Corps Marathon as well at 5 half marathons.

Comments

  1. Great! I will try your sangria because I love it. I usually add some oranges and bananas.

  2. This sounds DELICIOUS! Can’t wait to try it out.

  3. April says:

    Made this for a Halloween/Costume party over the weekend and it was HIT. Also, everyone in my household loved it. I made mine with inexpensive merlot from Publix — Barefoot California brand to be exact — and it was still great. No headaches at all. My first time making sangria too. Delicious warm as well. THANK YOU FOR THE RECIPE!!! :)

    • April,

      So glad it was a hit for your party! I make it annually either for our camping trip or pumpkin carving party. And cheap wine is definitely the way to go. There’s no sense in adding all those ingredients to an expensive bottle!

      I love it … so glad you loved it to!

  4. This is delicious! I made it for a large group at Thanksgiving and everyone LOVED it. Easy to make, fabulous flavor and not extremely sweet… thanks for the great recipe.

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