Blood orange sangria recipe by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipe blog.

Blood Orange Sangria

There’s really nothing more gorgeous than a glass of sangria. It’s an easy recipe to make and you can alter it as needed, depending on what’s in season. Since February is height citrus season, it’s the perfect time to combine refreshing white wine with fresh squeezed blood oranges to make the perfect Blood Orange Sangria. I mean, does it get any better?

I, Alex, will be honest, I can find almost any excuse to enjoy blood oranges this time of year. Basically, I’m addicted. Their beautiful pinkish, ruby color is so eye-catching that it lends a nice hue to almost any dish. I toss a few slices into yogurt, oatmeal, salads and even a glass of ice water for an extra pop of color. You can never have too much!

Blood orange sangria recipe by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipe blog.

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Blood Orange Sangria

      Ingredients

      • 8 ounces Freshly squeeze blood oranges
      • 1 Bottle of pinot grigio (or any other light white wine)
      • 1 ounce Simple syrup
      • 1/3 cup Triple sec
      • 1/2 cup Club soda
      • Sliced blood oranges, for serving

      Instructions

      • In a large pitcher, combine the wine, blood orange juice, simple syrup, triple sec and club soda. Stir well to combine. 
      • To serve, fill each glass with a few ice cubes (or crushed ice, my favorite), and pour the sangria in. Garnish with a few slices of blood oranges. 

      To offset the tart taste in this recipe, I’ve added in a small amount of simple syrup. I dislike sangria that’s too cloying, so start with a modest amount and add more if needed. You can also sub in honey or agave, if preferred. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that it is so easy to tweak to your tastes!

      MY LATEST VIDEOS

      Blood orange sangria recipe by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipe blog.Blood orange sangria recipe by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipe blog.Blood orange sangria recipe by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipe blog.

      Do you have any go-to sangria recipes? I’m partial to blood orange sangria but would love to hear any recommendations..

      Alexandra Caspero

      Alexandra Caspero is a Registered Dietitian and yoga instructor with a passion for travel, pasta and avocados. Her blog, Delish Knowledge, focuses on making whole-food eating deliciously simple.
      See more of her delicious recipes on Delish Knowledge

      Read more from Alexandra Caspero

      Blood orange sangria recipe by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipe blog.

      Blood Orange Sangria

      There’s really nothing more gorgeous than a glass of sangria. It’s an easy recipe to make and you can alter it as needed, depending on what’s in season. Since February is height citrus season, it’s the perfect time to combine refreshing white wine with fresh squeezed blood oranges to make the perfect Blood Orange Sangria. I mean, does it get any better?

      I, Alex, will be honest, I can find almost any excuse to enjoy blood oranges this time of year. Basically, I’m addicted. Their beautiful pinkish, ruby color is so eye-catching that it lends a nice hue to almost any dish. I toss a few slices into yogurt, oatmeal, salads and even a glass of ice water for an extra pop of color. You can never have too much!

      Blood orange sangria recipe by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipe blog.

      MY LATEST VIDEOS

      Blood Orange Sangria

          Ingredients

          • 8 ounces Freshly squeeze blood oranges
          • 1 Bottle of pinot grigio (or any other light white wine)
          • 1 ounce Simple syrup
          • 1/3 cup Triple sec
          • 1/2 cup Club soda
          • Sliced blood oranges, for serving

          Instructions

          • In a large pitcher, combine the wine, blood orange juice, simple syrup, triple sec and club soda. Stir well to combine. 
          • To serve, fill each glass with a few ice cubes (or crushed ice, my favorite), and pour the sangria in. Garnish with a few slices of blood oranges. 

          To offset the tart taste in this recipe, I’ve added in a small amount of simple syrup. I dislike sangria that’s too cloying, so start with a modest amount and add more if needed. You can also sub in honey or agave, if preferred. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that it is so easy to tweak to your tastes!

          MY LATEST VIDEOS

          Blood orange sangria recipe by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipe blog.Blood orange sangria recipe by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipe blog.Blood orange sangria recipe by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipe blog.

          Do you have any go-to sangria recipes? I’m partial to blood orange sangria but would love to hear any recommendations..

          Alexandra Caspero

          Alexandra Caspero is a Registered Dietitian and yoga instructor with a passion for travel, pasta and avocados. Her blog, Delish Knowledge, focuses on making whole-food eating deliciously simple.
          See more of her delicious recipes on Delish Knowledge

          Read more from Alexandra Caspero

          Comments

            • Ashley said:

              SO glad you like them! Alex did an amazing job.

            • Ashley said:

              Alex did a great job with this one! xo

          • I love Sangria, but never taste with blood orange. I will try this recipe tonight. Thank you.

          • Benny

            03.14.17

            Well I know what I’m making during my work retreat this weekend! Thanks!

            • Ashley said:

              hahah! you and me both :)

          • Obsessed with blood orange! What a great cocktail for Spring!

            • Ashley said:

              Right?! We’re such suckers for a good blood orange..

          • Rebecca

            02.23.18

            Ahhhhh, thank you for this simple recipe! I have been searching for a blood orange sangria recipe that I wouldn’t have to buy tons of ingredients or additional alcohol for. This one hits the spot – can’t wait to try!

            • Woo hoo! We like to keep it simple too! Let us know how you like it!

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