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We had the opportunity to visit Becker Farms over the weekend. It’s safe to say our family had a blast! Have you ever been? If not, you don’t know what you are missing out on. Our family enjoyed picking apples for the first time and enjoying nature with friends.


Why Apple Sangria?

Fall is the perfect season to explore apple delights. I’ve been dying to try apple sangria recently. Thanks to our visit to the apple orchard, I had more than enough fresh apples to try out my own recipe. Keep reading to get the deets on the awesome apple sangria recipe sure to give you your fill of Fall.



Where Is This Recipe From?

Initially, I intended to try a caramel apple recipe from Pinterest. We all know Pinterest is like Google for all recipes and family ideas. I noticed the recipe online didn’t ask for any fresh apples which was my main motivation for trying the recipe. It was in that moment I decided to come up with my own recipe that met everything I desired.


Let me be honest with you ladies. I am very big on enjoying a great tasting alcoholic beverage. This wasn’t my first time making sangria. But, I’d have to say that this was the greatest turnout!  I wanted to create a sangria that wasn’t over the top but gave you the well needed taste of Fall. My apple sangria lived up to my expectations.



The Perfect Fall Apple Sangria

1 Large Bottle of White Wine (Moscato was used for this recipe)

2 Small Red Apples Sliced

2 Small Mini Personal Bottles of Apple Whiskey (Jim Dean Apple Bourbon Whiskey was used. I believe each was a few ML each.)

2 Shots of Cinnamon Whiskey ( I used Fireball)

1/4 Cup of Brown Sugar


  1. Begin to mix your ingredients in a large pitcher.

I began with the apples sliced then included the alcohol one by one. It’s completely up to you. I doubt this makes much of a difference in the final taste.

2. Add in the cinnamon and apple flavored whiskey.

3.  Pour the complete bottle of wine into the pitcher.

4. Add 1/4 cup of brown sugar.

5. Use a large spoon to mix the sangria until it appears that the ingredients are beginning to blend with one another.

6. Taste to ensure you are satisfied with the taste. If not, feel free to add extras to suit your preferences.

7. Set the Sangria in the fridge for about 30 mins to an hour. The longer the Sangria sits, the better in taste.

8. Serve + Enjoy!


I hope you ladies enjoy this sweet and crisp recipe as much as I did. I’ve already made plans to recreate this recipe with friends. This sangria recipe is sure to make any girls night in or family event one to remember. Be sure to stop by and let me know how you enjoyed the recipe. Did you try any substitutes or add anything extra for taste? I’d love to hear how you made the recipe your own. Good luck!










23 thoughts on “Easy Apple Sangria Recipe Perfect For Fall”

    1. I’m a beginner bartender myself! Since I can’t really go out these days, thought I’d give it a try. As long as you have a few recipes as a guide, you should be fine. Hope you try the apple sangria! I’m sure you’ll love it.

    1. Haha! One of my friends is the same way with pinapples. She’s allergic but can’t seem to let it go If you do try the apple sangria ( with an Epi pen nearby LOL), hope you enjoy it! 🙂

  1. I have a newfound love for sangria, and this is definitely a recipe I would love to try. I’ve had peach and white grape, but I’ve yet to try apple. Great idea for fall!

  2. Yum – this sounds delicious!! I love sangria but I’ve never had an apple sangria before. I need to make this for my next get-together.

  3. WOW! Adding Fireball to this is something I would have never considered! Seems like such a test recipe! I’ll add this to my growing sangria recipe collection. LOL! I make a mean peach sangria. I should blog about that….

    1. LOL! Yeah, the Fireball ended up being a spur of the moment ingredient. It turned out to be a perfect addition. I’ll definitely have to check out your peach sangria if you blog about it. I’m a sangria girl too!

  4. I love apple stuff!! My husband and I went to a local orchard this past weekend and we picked up tons and tons of apple stuff!!! I’m going to have to try this out!

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