Sangria is a sort of wine punch with Spanish origins. You can make it with red or white wine. It’s a simple way to spice up a glass of wine during a cool fall evening. This recipe comes from Cook’s Illustrated.
2 oranges, one sliced, one juiced
1 lemon, sliced
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup triple sec
1 bottle cheap red Spanish wine
Put sliced fruit in large pitcher or other container. Pour sugar on top.
With a large spoon, crush fruit slices to release juices. Pour orange juice, triple sec, and red wine on top. Let sit for two to eight hours. Serve over ice and enjoy!