The rich, earthy flavor of goat cheese balances nicely again the fruitiness of sangria. Try a variety that features a strain of ash or is mixed with fresh herbs. Other types of cheese to serve with sangria are aged cheddar, Gouda, Asiago and Camembert.
What does sangria pair well with?
Say “Sangria!” 5 Pairings We Love
- White Sangria and Brie. Here’s one of the most fitting pairings on our list: White Sangria with Brie—it’s hard to find a better duo! …
- White Sangria and rich, creamy pasta. …
- White Sangria and lobster. …
- Red Sangria and steak. …
- Red Sangria and tapas-style starters.
What can I add to bottled sangria?
How to Make the Best Sangria
- Combine one bottle of red wine with 1/4 cup of brandy, the juice of one orange, and the juice of half a lemon.
- Sweeten the sangria to taste with brown sugar, honey, maple syrup or simple syrup.
- Stir in lots of chopped seasonal fruit and a cinnamon stick.
- Chill until ready to serve.
What snacks go with red sangria?
Easy Snacks to serve with Sangria
- Make black bean chorizo flatbread pizza bites cut into small triangles. …
- Dress up store bought queso dip with Mexican chorizo and other fresh add-ins. …
- Set out a bowl of mixed nuts for easy noshing.
- Provide two kinds of hummus.