Red, White & Blue Sangria

Red White and Blue Sangria from Noble Pig
One of my favorite drinks during the summertime is sangria. There are so many choices when it comes to dressing it up and the fruit possibilities are endless. It's a great way to enjoy red wine in the warmer months too. This Red, White and Blue Sangria checks all the boxes when it comes to sangria perfection.

I chose our Noble Pig Pinot Noir as my base for this sangria. I wanted a wine that was a little more tart and Pinot Noir fits into that mold perfectly. I knew the cranberry juice and simple syrup would create the balance I was looking for with sweetness. 

If you have a large container you could easily double or triple this recipe and serve with a ladle. It would be perfect for a large gathering of friends.

Red White and Blue Sangria from Noble Pig blueberries
The most important step for your sangria is to let your fruit soak overnight in the alcohol and juices....nothing is better than booze-soaked fruit.

Red White and Blue Sangria from Noble Pig into the pitcher
Serve your sangria very cold and with lots of ice in your glass.

Red White and Blue Sangria from Noble Pig the glass
Red White and Blue Sangria from Noble Pig Blog
Enjoy this on the deck with friends and celebrate summer.

Red White and Blue Sangria a refreshing drink to serve at your next gathering

Print Recipe

Red, White and Blue Sangria

Recipe from: Created by Cathy Pollak for | Serves: 6


  • 1 bottle (750 ml) Pinot Noir wine (I used Pinot Noir for its tartness)
  • 1-1/2 cups cranberry juice
  • 1 cup brandy
  • juice from one large orange
  • simple syrup*
  • 2 cups fresh blueberries
  • 6-8 ounces fresh red raspberries
  • 6 ounces blackberries
  • 1 large apple (I prefer Pink Lady), sliced very thin


  • To a large pitcher add wine, cranberry juice, brandy, orange juice and simple syrup.
  • Add blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and apple. Chill overnight.
  • Fill six glasses 1/2 full with ice and use a slotted spoon to add fruit from the pitcher to each glass. Pour liquid over ice and fruit and serve.
  • *For the simple syrup, add 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup sugar to a small saucepan. Bring to a boil and simmer until sugar is dissolved. Cool completely.

Other Sangria Recipes You Might Enjoy:
Cherry-Orange Sangria
Tropical Sangria
Watermelon Sangria 
Pineapple Mojito Sangria
Caramel Apple Sangria

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12 Comments and 4 Replies

  1. Shelby 1

    Love this! So pretty and I love the addition of brandy :)

  2. Sues 2

    Love love love the look of this!! So pretty and summery :)

  3. Boozy patriotism… LOVE it!

  4. Katie 4

    Yum!!! I love sangria and this one sounds divine.

  5. mmm sangrias are just wonderful! I love how pretty this is!

  6. This is the prettiest sangria EVER!!! I’m in love!

  7. what a pretty drink! and a great combo of fruit :)

  8. It’s so pretty! And perfect for the fourth! Sangria is definitely my favorite summer drink – always bring it to the pool!

  9. Your photos are beautiful! Sangria is such a fun drink for the summer and there’s always a new combination to try. I will definitely sample this for 4th of July weekend!

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  14. Annette Moss 15

    I tried this on the 4thof July. The sangria is so good my daughter took some to a Halloween party and I am making some for Thanksgiving. This is my favorite sangria recipe. The Pinot Noir and Brandy, mixed with the juices and fruit produce an unbelievably good taste.

  15. Love this recipe…perfect for the weekend! I hope you don’t mind if i share this on my blog?

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