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Easy Fall Sangria Recipe

Love sangria, but looking for a cooler weather themed variation? Look no farther than this easy fall sangria recipe featuring red wine, apple cider, and bourbon! 

easy fall sangria recipe

This fall sangria is a simple alternative to mixing cocktails for a crowd, but it’s just as tasty and festive. Pretty, too! 

Enjoy the sangria iced as pictured, or heat it for a mulled wine variation that smells amazing.

iced fall sangria recipe

Here are the ingredients for this easy fall sangria recipe:

how to make fall sangria - ingredients

Simply combine all ingredients in a large jar or carafe…

sangria made with apple cider

how to make fall themed sangria

Then refrigerate overnight, or up to 3 days. When you’re ready to enjoy the sangria, simply pour it over ice and enjoy! 

Be sure to save some extra fruit for garnish. :)

fall sangria recipe easy to make

This fall sangria is absolutely delicious iced, but if you want, you can always throw it on the stove for a warm mulled wine type variation! A bonus is that it will make your place smell amazing. 

If you end up heating this sangria, just leave out the apple and orange slices and serve those on the side instead so they don’t get mushy. 

Enjoy – and let me know how you like this easy fall sangria recipe by tagging me @fANNEtasticfood on social media, or by commenting on this post!

Here’s the full recipe. 

Yield: About 6 servings

Easy Fall Sangria

Easy Fall Sangria

This easy fall sangria is a festive twist on the classic. Enjoy iced or warm!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle dry red wine
  • 1/2 cup bourbon
  • 1 cup apple cider
  • 1 apple, thinly sliced
  • 1 orange, thinly sliced
  • 3 cinnamon sticks
  • 2-inch knob fresh ginger, thinly sliced
  • 2 sprigs fresh rosemary

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a large jar or carafe. 
  2. Refrigerate overnight, or up to 3 days.
  3. Pour over ice and enjoy!

Notes

If you'd like to serve this sangria warm instead of on ice, simply add all ingredients except for the orange and apple slices into a pot on the stove. Heat, then serve with the orange and apple slices on the side as a garnish!

Looking for another drink recipe? Check out my Cucumber Lime Basil Prosecco Spritzer

And if you’re interested in more holiday-themed recipes, check out my Best Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes post! 

fall sangria recipe

Comments

  1. 1

    Hi Anne! Your posts are truncated in my RSS reader. Hopefully not a permanent change (I only click through to comment). Sangria looks excellent.

    • 2

      Unfortunately it likely will be a permanent change – I’ve been trying to avoid doing it because I know it’s a hassle to click through, but I’ve been having a lot of issues with other spam websites scraping my content onto their sites and after talking with some tech friends they said usually spam sites do this by auto copying my RSS feed. They said switching to a partial feed often majorly reduces the issue. So I’m going to see if this helps the situation and if it does I’ll have to stick with partial. Bummer, I know!

  2. 3

    Sounds like a tasty fall version of the gluhwein they serve at Christmas in Germany – with an extra kick (the bourbon)! Must try!

  3. 5

    I see someone else also mentioned, this, so I apologize for the redundancy. I too read blogs via a reader, only clicking through to comment. I’ve enjoyed your blog posts and understand your decision. I’ll look to other sites for healthful eating information.

    • 6

      I know, it’s a pain, but it does seem to have helped a lot with the scraper website issue I was having so I’m going to stick with it. I hope you’ll continue to pop by on occasion. :) Thanks for reading!

  4. 7

    This looks like a great option for Thanksgiving. Can you suggest any dry reds? I never know what to buy when it comes to wine.

    • 8

      I would suggest a cabernet sauvignon or pinot noir… pinot noir is my fave but either will work! And it doesn’t need to be expensive or anything fancy since it’s just getting mixed anyway, so go for affordable. ;)

  5. 9

    Sounds delicious!

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  1. […] we had a delicious spread of appetizers, and dueling sangrias – a white sangria, and my red Easy Fall Sangria! Both were hits but I liked mine better, of course. […]

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