A perfect fall sangria made with white wine, caramel vodka, crisp apples and fresh apple cider.
Since it’s still officially fall… for like 2 more days… I wanted to share this amazing apple pie sangria recipe!
Yes, you read that correctly.. Apple Pie Sangria.
This recipe is so delish and would be perfect for just about any occasion and easily great for any time of year.
The only problem I see you might have is finding some apple cider in the spring and summer time, but I know there are a few stores that carry it all year round, so you shouldn’t have too big of an issue.
My store definitely has fresh apple cider all year so I don’t think it should be a huge problem.
I made this for a little wine and painting party that my girlfriend had invited me to. I wanted to bring something that wasn’t just a plain bottle of wine and this turned out to be the perfect thing!
Everyone brought a little something and, of course, the sangria was the first thing to be devoured. Even before the regular bottles of wine.
Anyway, I’ve always had an irrational fear of making sangria. I really have no idea why… guess just some weird subconscious thing. Thinking I’m going to screw it up – Big TIME – and everyone will hate it or that making it is really harder than it looks.
But it’s not and I can’t wait to try more types now… now that I know all it takes is to cut some fruit, add everything together, and stir. Couldn’t be any easier than that.
I usually like to let my sangria set for a few hours or overnight to meld the flavors together and let the fruit soak up all the boozy goodness.
But you surely don’t have to. You can serve it immediately if you like.
- 2 apples diced
- 2 Granny Smith apples diced
- 2 cinnamon sticks
- 2 (750ml) bottles white wine
- 5 cups apple cider
- 2 cups caramel vodka
- Chop apples into 1/4 inch chunks and add it to a gallon jug with the cinnamon sticks.
- Pour wine, apple cider, and caramel vodka over top of apples and stir to combine.
- Let sit in refrigerator for at least 6 hours or overnight, stirring occasionally when apple cider settles, to let the flavors mesh together.
- Pour over ice for serving with added fruit.