sangria


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

sangria

a Spanish drink of red wine, sugar, orange or lemon juice, and iced soda, sometimes laced with brandy
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The free event includes nibbles and sangria on arrival.
Some people like their sangria with a bit more of a kick so you can add in some more spirit if you want to, or sugar if it's not quite sweet enough.
Sangria is easy to make for two, a foursome or a crowd and is typically batched in a pitcher or even a punch bowl.
PHOTO | ABIGAIL ARUNGA class="MsoNormalI enjoyed the white wine sangria, personally, and only stopped imbibing because I knew I was driving..
The wine bar -with its selection of wine, signature Sangria concoctions, the taste and presentation of its food, and its boldly decorated interior, secure location, and exciting promos are already five things its guests can savour all at once.
Fortress Sangria is a cocktail of robust flavors of red wine and rum.
On Monday, Revenue seized 750 litres of Sangria with a retail value of [euro]10,400 and a loss to the Exchequer of over [euro]5,000 in a separate seizure at the same port.
Migas will offer diners a ''varied menu of authentic, home-cooked dishes'', including the famous Andalusian tapas dish from which it got its name, as well as an extensive list of ''quality wines and sangria''.
ANEW resident has made her bouncing debut at Chester Zoo - Sangria the tree kangaroo.
Perfectly paired with hops and sangria, the city's most vibrant barbecue brunch is designed to leave an impression.
TAPAS Revolution is set to open a new lounge and sangria bar in Newcastle tonight.