Try this Easy Berry Sangria it’s a Sensational Summer Sipper

Photo Courtesy of Drambuie
Where there is no wine there is no love. ~ Euripides

Viva sangria should be on everyone’s lips when it’s too hot to drink red wine or you’re craving a potent punch or chilled mulled wine. Sangria is a versatile, easy-to-make- ahead quaff that lends itself well to casual entertaining and large crowds, and it looks fabulous served in tall glass pitchers.

The beauty of this ancient drink is the seemingly infinite recipe variations that let anyone create their own signature version ranging from the traditional red style or white, rosé, sparkling, and frozen versions.

This version is one of my favorites because it includes puréed berries, two tasty spirits, dry white wine, and hints of citrus that perk up the flavor of the berries.

Hope you enjoy it, and; feel free to riff on the recipe and make it your own!


6 oz Drambuie

2 oz Cointreau

2 cups dry white wine (consider Verdejo from Spain or a Portuguese Vinho Verde)

2 oz freshly squeezed orange juice

2 oz fresh lime juice

2 oz honey

4 cups mixed frozen berries like raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries (set aside a few wooden skewers and some berries for garnish)

1 1/2 teaspoons of Fee Brothers Cherry Bitters


  1. Place all ingredients in a blender and purée until smooth.
  2. Pour into white wine glasses.
  3. Garnish with skewered berries and serve immediately.

Makes 2 to 4 servings