These sangria recipes will spice up your Friday night dinners and Saturday lunches. Remember to prepare sangria a day ahead of time for maximum flavor!

Guava and Sour Orange Sangria

Photo: Joy Of Kosher
(Photo: Joy of Kosher)

With ingredients like guava nectar, apricot brandy and key lime juice, this adventurous recipe was designed for the daring among us.

Indian-Jewish Sangria

Photo: Breaking Matzo
(Photo: Breaking Matzo)

What do you get when you mix Israeli wine with one of Indian cuisine’s many out-of-this-world spice blends? Magic.

Manischewitz Sangria

Photo: What Jew Wanna Eat
(Photo: What Jew Wanna Eat)

This simple recipe gives you the flexibility to use what’s on hand so you don’t need to go out of your way to enhance everyone’s least favorite kosher wine.

Sephardic-Inspired Sangria Two Ways: White Peach Sangria With Orange Blossom and Strawberry Rosé Sangria

Photo: MyJewishLearning
(Photo: The Nosher)

Subtle notes of orange-blossom water and rosewater set these varieties apart.

Tropical Sangria

Photo: The Jewish Hostess
(Photo: The Jewish Hostess)

Pineapple, figs and cinnamon sticks? We are so in. (Yes, this recipe is designed to rally you for Passover, but ignore that part and don’t get special pesadich wine unless, you know, you want to…?)