What is Sangria?

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Get ready to learn about ALL things Sangria! Read on or watch one of our videos to find out where it comes from, how it's made, and what makes Beso best.

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What Is Sangria?

All you need to know about Sangria is that it is a delish and refreshing blend of wine and fruit juices. What you’ll want to know is that there are no rules: sliced oranges? Sure. Peaches? Apples? Absolutely. How about fruit schnapps, brandy, or—if you’re especially fancy—cognac? You bet. Oh wait, there is one rule: Per EU law, it’s gotta be made from wine and fruit grown in Spain or Portugal. Beso Del Sol is Real, Authentic Sangria.

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The Beauty of Beso Del Sol

From the heart of Spain’s Castilla La Mancha region, Beso Del Sol is made with only 100% natural ingredients and exceptional Spanish Tempranillo and Airén grapes. None of it is allowed in a bottle until it’s all united in perfect matrimony. Also, Beso Del Sol comes in three sizes to complement whatever occasion you’re wanting to pleasure up.

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What Fruit is in Sangria?

No lab coat required, but let’s experiment with what fruit goes into your signature Sangria. What’s in season, what do you like? Is afternoon calling for a white Sangria? The evening whispering for a red one? Unlike those experiments you did in school, there are no wrong answers. As long as you bring the passion, you get an “A.”

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How To Make Sangria

You can make Sangria from scratch, but the question is, do you want to? Start with your favorite Spanish or Portuguese wine and fresh fruit. Make it your own by adding fruit juice, simple syrup, and spices. And now we wait. You must let it sit for 24 hours so the fruit juices can make merry with the wine. Once the mixture is ready you can finally enjoy the fruits of your labor. OR, may we recommend simply opening a bottle of Beso, pour over ice, and enjoy.