Pour your wine into a pitcher or punch bowl then add fruit. Chopped apples and orange segments are popular fruits for sangria. Pears and plums work well, too. Some people prefer to make sangria with strawberries, blackberries, and blueberries that enhance the berry notes that many wines already have. Some of the best sangria is made spontaneously with any fruit you have that needs to get eaten soon.
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