Holiday Sangria

Holiday Sangria is the best drink to serve at ANY holiday gathering that you’re having this year!

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My favorite time of year deserves several cocktails right? I LOVE hosting people around the holidays so I’m always on the hunt for a fantastic drink to serve (and being pretty doesn’t hurt either right?) Holiday Sangria is exactly what you (and I) need to host the perfect Holiday Party! It’s beautiful and delish and that makes the best drink right? PLUS it’s really SO easy to make a cocktail like Holiday Sangria. We all need to take some of the stress out of hosting a holiday party and having a super simple – yet tasty – cocktail can make things so much easier! Just what we need at holiday time!

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Honestly the “real” name for this sangria is Rose Sangria. I renamed it Holiday Sangria because it’s the perfect looking Sangria for your Christmas Party! I love Rose and so this was the obvious choice for me to Holiday Sangria. It’s light and delish and that’s what I like!

I love having a drink that is made by the pitcher when I’m having a get together. It makes my job as the hostess so much easier. If you’re having a large group, just go ahead and make a double batch! Keep some in the fridge and serve on demand! You’re going to LOVE LOVE LOVE having a drink already made so you’re not shaking a cocktail shaker all night! It lets you join in all the merry festivities.

PS – I’m going to tell you a little secret…This drink is SO GOOD you’re going to want to serve it all year! And you can! Everyone will love it!

Want to make 2 cocktails (or more?) for your holiday party this year? I have you covered as always!!! Here’s some more yummy drinks to make!

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Holiday Sangria

Holiday Sangria


  • 1 750 ML Bottle of Sparkling Rose
  • 1 C of citrus vodka (I used orange)
  • 4 limes
  • 1 C cranberries
  • 1 C cranberry juice
  • 3 oranges


  1. In a pitcher combine all liquids
  2. Cut citrus in half and squeeze into liquid, throwing the squeezed fruit into the liquid
  3. Add cranberries and give a good stir
  4. Regrigerate for at least 1 hour prior to serving

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