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This Sangria Margarita recipe combines your favorite Sauvignon Blanc wine with fresh lime juice, tequila, simple syrup, and fresh fruit. Make a large batch for your next party!
Since most sangria includes a bottle of wine, it’s fun making up a batch recipe to share. For other delicious recipes, try my Cranberry Sangria Recipe or my Apple Cider Sangria next!
White Sangria Margarita
Party Season is here y’all, and it’s time to whip up a batch of your favorite cocktails for a warm night on the patio. OR enjoy it all year long like we do!
I love a large batch cocktail to serve for parties. Prep in advance, and then there is no need to hop up every time someone needs a second. Just keep the pitcher handy, and have plenty of extra in the refrigerator.
Reasons to love this Sangria Margarita
- It’s party friendly. I recently had a party and made FOUR batches of this ahead of time. It was super simple to keep it in pitchers in the refrigerator.
- This recipe is easy to adapt. You can adapt this recipe to add a little more or less simple syrup and lime juice. Adjust to your taste buds!
- It’s a great mash-up of a marg and a glass of wine. Adding tequila and lime juice adds that margarita taste to a glass of wine. So perfect for marg lovers like me!
- Most importantly, these are delish! So delicious, you won’t be able to stop at one! EEP! (Drink responsibly and EAT!)
- Simple Syrup Ingredients: You’ll need water and sugar.
- White Wine: I prefer Sauvignon Blanc for this recipe.
- Tequila: Use a silver tequila that isn’t super cheap. Better quality means no headache.
- Fresh Limes: I suggest buying a bag of limes for all the summery cocktails.
- Fresh Fruit: Use anything you like here. I added lemon, lime, and orange slices, as well as fresh berries.
- To Serve: Add more fresh fruit and a bit of Sprite, if desired.
How to make Sangria Margaritas
- Make a simple syrup. In a small saucepan, combine the water and sugar. Boil until the sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and cool completely.
- Mix. In a large pitcher, add the bottle of white wine, the tequila, the simple syrup, and the lime juice. Add some sliced citrus.
- To serve, add ice to the glasses (along with a salt rim, if desired), and pour sangria. Decorate with fresh fruit and add a splash of sprite, if desired.
This batch makes about six medium-sized cocktails. For a large group, I recommend doubling this recipe.
What to serve with Sangria:
Let’s talk about what you should make with these cocktails. All parties should have some great snacks!
- Bacon Wrapped Jalapeño Poppers – You can pop these on the grill instead of the oven if you’d like!
- Cowboy Caviar with Avocado – A healthier dip and so good with chips!
- Cheesy Pesto Party Bread – I love to keep pesto handy for last-minute party bread. So yummy!
- Baked Artichoke Dip – My youngest son’s fav, and once you try it, you’ll see why. 😀
Other Cocktail Recipes:
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- 1/2 cup water
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup freshly squeezed lime juice
- 1/2 cup silver tequila – good quality
- 1 bottle white wine, chilled – Sauvignon Blanc
- Sprite – to serve
- sliced up fruit – such as oranges, lemons, limes, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries
- Make the simple syrup. Add water and sugar to a small saucepan. Boil the mixture until sugar is dissolved.
- To a large pitcher, pour in one bottle of white wine, the silver tequila, the simple syrup, and the freshly squeezed lime juice.
- Meanwhile, slice up the fresh fruit. Add some of it to the pitcher, and reserve some for serving. Refrigerate.
- To serve, add ice to the glasses, and fill with Sangria to about 3/4 full. Add the Sprite, and additional fruit, if desired.
Can I replace the Sprite with seltzer water?
Yes you can. Or you can just leave it out altogether.
Delicious summer cocktail for at the lake or pool. Shared it with my [adult] family while on an “up north” weekend and we had to stir up another pitcher! Have to confess though that I bumped up the tequila a bit. ;-o
I’m so glad you enjoyed the sangria, Dave! No surprise that you added more tequila. Good idea!! 🙂
Love these, drank a few too many over the weekend!! 🙂
Haha! Pretty tasty, huh? Glad you enjoyed them!
I will be making these really soon!!!
Yay! I hope you enjoy them, Suzanne! 🙂
Love this recipe and perfect time to share! Let’s get this party started……