Summer Berry Sangria

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Is there anything so refreshing as drinking a crisp berry sangria on one of those first humid summer days? I think not. When I picture sipping on this delicious treat I cannot help but to feel relaxed and joyful as my mind wanders to the happy future the warm weather will bring. I made this recipe for our party we had during our first actual sunny day here, and it was a hit! I had been looking for a way to incorporate my new and amazing-smelling Green Bay Grape Vodka that I received as a birthday gift, and I found it! This recipe is super easy and takes little time to prepare, but has a great payoff! So without further adieu, our Summer Berry Sangria.

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Summer Berry Sangria

Time to Make: ~5 minutes


  • 1 bottle of cabernet sauvignon (750ml)
  • 3 cups ginger ale
  • ¼ cup grape vodka
  • ½ cup blueberries
  • ½ cup blackberries
  • ½ cup raspberries

1. Gather your wine, vodka, and frozen (or fresh) berries and add them all together in a pitcher. Stir.Delish Summer Berry Sangria at Almost Her Blog!!

2. Let sit overnight in refrigerator for best results. (Or 2-3 hours so that the flavor has some time to develop.)

Delish Summer Berry Sangria at Almost Her Blog!!

3. Add the ginger ale just before serving for sweetness and fresh fizzy bubbles! And that’s all folks!

Delish Summer Berry Sangria at Almost Her Blog!!


* Green Bay Vodka Website: is what I used and now highly recommend, but any grape vodka will do!

* This recipe can be easily doubled for larger servings.

* Some recipes add extra sugar for sweetness, which I only use ginger ale for. If you want to add sugar, feel free to!! The beauty of a sangria is that you can have that freedom to play around with it and adjust it to your tastebuds. =)



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