I know, I know…we are all supposed to be switching to fall mode.  I’d really love to do that however it’s still like 95 degrees here and really humid so I can’t help but to still feel like it’s summer here.  In honor of summer I wanted to share this deliciously perfect Strawberry Sangria Recipe that will be sure to quench your thirst and leave you thinking about the fruits of summer!

Simple Strawberry Sangria Recipe

This refreshing sangria is made with grapes, blueberries and strawberries with a bit of triple sec to give it a fresh citrus flavor in the background.  I use a Strawberry wine from St. James Winery here in St. James, MO.  It’s about 10 minutes from where I went to college in Rolla, MO so we used to frequent it on beautiful Friday afternoons in the fall and spring!  The sweetness of the wine give enough flavor that no additional sugar is needed!

I like to garnish with a whole strawberry as well as a small skewer of the grapes and blueberries.  It’s pretty and it’s like a snack while you drink :)  I mean between the fruit garnish and the fruit floating in the drink it’s like a serving in itself!  I am totally contributing to your daily intake of fruits here {wink}.

Easy Strawberry Sangria Recipe

You can get my full recipe below but I also want to remind you of some other fabulous adult drinks that you might want to add to your recipe list as well

Peach Sangria  |  Copy Cat Lime-A-Ritas  |  Raspberry Cocktail

and you can see all my Beverage Recipes Here!

Strawberry Sangria Recipe

Print Recipe


  • 1 bottle Strawberry Wine
  • 1 cup Vodka
  • 1/2 cup triple sec liquor orange flavored liquor
  • 2 cups White Soda * give or take
  • 2 cups strawberries stems removed, slided, separated
  • 1 cup grapes halved
  • 3/4 cup blueberries


  • Start off by adding 1/2 cup strawberries to your pitcher.
  • Mash the strawberries with a wooden spoon.
  • Add Bottle of strawberry wine, vodka and triple sec and rest of fruit.
  • Let sit for 1 hour in refrigerator.
  • Add Sprite to fill pitcher right before serving.
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