Fall Harvest Sangria is a white wine sangria that’s flavored with cinnamon and apple cider, along with fresh apples and oranges. This recipe comes together in minutes and is great for a crowd.
You’ll love this fall harvest sangria because it’s filled with amazing fall flavor. Grab your favorite bottle of white wine to use as the base – I used a bottle of pinot grigio.
Next you’ll need some apple cider, apples and oranges to add fresh fruit flavor. The kicker is a nice, healthy serving of fireball. Cinnamon is a must for adding fall flavor to this sangria.
What kind of wine should I use?
Whenever wine is used in a recipe, I always recommend using a wine that you enjoy on its own. Choose your favorite bottle of white wine, like a pinot grigio, riesling, or moscato.
Your wine doesn’t need to be expensive, but should taste good to you before adding any ingredients. If you don’t enjoy the wine on its own, you likely won’t enjoy a sangria made with it either.
Keep in mind that the sweeter the wine, the sweeter your sangria will be.
If you’d like to make your sangria ahead, it can be made up to 24 hours in advance and stored in the refrigerator. Simply omit the club soda, then add it and stir just before serving.
If the club soda sits in the mixture too long, it will lose its carbonation. Also, you can either pour the club soda directly into the sangria, or top each drink with a splash before enjoying.
Fall Harvest Sangria
- 1 750 ml bottle white wine
- 2 cups apple cider
- 1 cup fireball whisky
- 2 apples sliced
- 1 orange sliced
- 2 cups club soda
- cinnamon sticks as a garnish
- In a large pitcher, combine all ingredients.
- Garnish glasses with cinnamon sticks. Serve immediately.
- If making in advance, combine fruits, wine, cider, and fireball. Refrigerate up to 24 hours. Add club soda and stir before serving.
- Best served the same day, once club soda has been added.
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