Fall apple sangria is full of the tastes of autumn and the perfect Thanksgiving cocktail.
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Fall Apple Sangria Recipe
This fall, try something different with your apples. Instead of making the usual pies and cider, try your hand at apple sangria.
This tasty twist on a classic drink is perfect for parties or a cozy night in.
If you are looking for the perfect autumn cocktail and want something light and easy to drink, you’ll love this fall apple sangria.
Fall Apple Sangria Ingredients
This recipe makes 4-6 glasses of sparkling sangria that is sure to be a hit at your next fall gathering.
- 1 bottle white wine
- Sparkling cider (https://www.martinellis.com/products/sparkling-cider/)
- Apples (I used pink lady apples)
How To Make Fall Apple Sangria
Dice apples. In a larger pitcher add in a bottle of white wine and then the bottle of sparkling cider.
Drop the apples in. It’s great if both the wine and cider are chilled first.
Leave your sangria overnight if possible before serving
Apple Sangria with red wine: If you prefer the taste of red wine, you can use red wine instead of white wine.
Non-alcoholic fall sangria: Use soda water or lemon-lime soda instead of white wine
Fall Sangria: Frequently asked questions
What kind of apples go in sangria?
Apples are pretty much a mainstay of sangria recipes and in a fall sangria, they are an absolute must! You can use almost any kind of apple that is in season but the crunchier, the better. Granny Smith or Pink Lady are great options.
How far ahead of time can I make sangria?
The great thing about this sangria recipe is that you can make it ahead of time and serve it when your guests arrive. The sangria will soak into the apples and make them even more delicious! Leave your pitcher of sangria for up to 48 hours in the fridge.
Why do I need to leave the sangria overnight?
Although not entirely necessary, leaving your sangria for a few hours can really help the wine and fruit meld together and create a better tasting sangria.
This autumn cocktail is perfect for your Thanksgiving table! Make easily in a pitcher, it is a light and refreshing fall drink.
- 1 bottle 750 ml Pinot Grigio or other white wine
- 25 fl oz. sparkling cider
- 2 Apples
- Dice apples. In a larger pitcher add in a bottle of white wine and then the bottle of sparkling cider.
- Drop the apples in. It's great if both the wine and cider are chilled first.
- Leave your sangria overnight if possible before serving
Leave your sangria overnight for the best taste!
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