An Irish restaurant called The Bull & Thistle use to serve apple sangria in the Fall. It was perfect on those warm days in September where I was craving autumn foods and foliage but the weather was not cooperating. Unfortunately that little Irish Pub our family frequented has closed. Their sangria was Chardonnay based and the closest I have come to replicating their recipe is the Apple Pie Sangria below.
I have compiled a list of the ten best seasonal Autumn sangrias. I threw a few spiced wines in the list as well.
Choose a Sangria from the list below and scribble down the ingredients to polish off your grocery list for the upcoming weekend.
This time of year I typically buy cinnamon sticks in bulk. You can add a cinnamon sugar rum to your wine glasses for extra credit.
Sangria is always delicious on it’s own. It also goes well with a meal of banger’s and mash or bubble and squeak.