Step 5: Keep Cold and Allow Flavors to Mix. Sit for at Least 2 Hours.

Place the Sangria in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours. This is the most important step to enhance the flavors of the drink. It gives the fruit, wine, and carbonated water to infuse themselves with each other. The longer it rests, the better it will taste!
Sangria is a typical summer drink in Spain (Europe). I don't think this is sangría we would have here, but it is a good instructible, I agree.
Add maraschino cherries and use their juice (along with cranberry juice) to make the ice cubes. That way, as they melt, they don't dilute the mixture. This works for either version, alcohol or not.
This is one of the best instructables I have seen in a long time. It is simple, straight, and easy. It is one that anyone over 21 can do. I also like the fact that you added a non-alcoholic version for those of us who don't drink. Great instructable.

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