Bodega De San Antonio

Sangria doesn’t need to be mixed with fruits into a muddled concoction. The delightful red and white Bodega San Antonio Sangria is served simply with ice. Sangria in the United States doesn’t have a stellar reputation. In fact, it is usually made into a way-too-pungent concoction with way too many cut fruits floating in the glass. Bodega San Antonio Sangria, however, is different. In Europe in general and Spain in particular, sangria is used as more of a party punch and is created from red wine, fruit juices, soda water and freshly-cut fruits. To infuse the flavors into the drink, sangrias are usually mixed the night before serving and chilled overnight.

Wines Produced

  • Sangria