The Origin of Sangría Sangria is the result of traditional Spanish ways of making and drinking wine. There is no official history regarding sangria but it is believed that the “invention” dates from ancient times. Most Mediterranean wines from the classical period were sweetened in some form, and it is probable that during this period sangria (wine + fruit juices) became accepted thanks to its refreshing mixture. The name “sangria” refers to the color of the wine used: traditional strong red wines with purplish highlights, often found in coastal areas and similar to the color of blood (“sangre” in Spanish means blood). The basic ingredients for sangria were not commonly found in all the Mediterranean countries except for Spain, where they grow in abundance. This is how the tradition survived and how sangria became associated with its Spanish origins. In Mexico, the tradition of drinking sangria was embraced from colonial times. As part of our cultural heritage, today sangria is one of the drinks of choice for any occasion, and thanks to the non-alcoholic Sangria Señorial, the whole family has been able to enjoy of this delicious tradition for decades now.
This sparkling sangria is prepared with the finest wine grapes, essence of lemon and is sweetened with 100% natural sugar, the batch is later aged in oak barrels, fermented for a period of time and then the alcohol is removed in order to give the beverage it’s unique and authentic sangria flavor that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Sangria Senorial is the perfect complement to any meal, thanks to its unique taste and is ideal for anyone who seeks a flavorful drink that is non-alcoholic
It is the perfect choice for non-alcohol drinkers as well as wine lovers since it can be combined with rum, tequila o vodka.
Make any occasion a wonderful experience by serving a chilled bottle of Sangria Senorial into a wine glass that is garnished with an orange wedge.