What soda you use for sangria

What soda goes well with sangria?

Bubbles: Totally up to you if you would like to make your sangria a bit fizzy! I prefer mine flat, but feel free to top your glasses off with a light soda (such as Sprite, La Casera or ginger ale) or sparkling water just before serving if you would like.

Can you mix soda with sangria?

7UP Sangria is perfect for a party. It’s a simple recipe and serves a crowd. For a lower-calorie version, you can use Diet 7UP instead of Original 7UP or 7UP Cherry. Serve 7UP Sangria with grilled meats, your favorite Mexican or South American food, or even brunch.

Does sangria have soda in it?

1. What are the ingredients in sangria? The basic ingredients of sangria are wine, some sort of sweetener, a liqueur, soda or other non-alcoholic mixer, and fruit. Typically, red wine is the base.

How do you make sangria with soda?

Sangria & Soda:

  1. 1 750-milliliter bottle of wine (I used a Malbec.)
  2. 10 ounces of frozen fruit, chopped (I like peaches.)
  3. 1 orange, cut into eighths.
  4. 3 ounces some sort of brandy (For me, it was pear.)
  5. 3 ounces some sort of liqueur (This was peach.)
  6. Soda (Cherry Coke was perfect for this combination.)

Is club soda good in sangria?

Cook’s Notes. Chill the bottle of wine thoroughly before using; this will help keep the ice from melting too quickly in the glass and diluting the taste. To allow the flavors to blend, make the punch up to a day ahead of time (and refrigerate), adding club soda or seltzer just before serving.

How do you make bubbly sangria?


  1. Place all fruit and orange juice in a large pitcher or bowl, add wine and allow to sit in the refrigerator for 3 – 24 hours. Right before serving, add champagne.
  2. Taste; if you’d like it to be sweeter, add 1/4 cup granulated sugar, honey, or agave. Serve and enjoy!

Can I add Sprite to red wine?

Red wine spritzer with Sprite

If you don’t want to deviate too far from the old-school spritzer, then this is the best choice. Sprite is sweet and citrusy and it plays so well with wine. It also makes the spritzer two-toned, added bonus for parties.

What can you add to premade sangria?

To add fruit, we recommend citrus, stone fruit and tropical fruit, like pineapple. If you prefer softer fruit, like berries or melon, add them just before serving so they don’t get too mushy. Don’t forget a splash of sparkling water or soda for extra fizz. Of course, you can also make your own sangria at home.