Step 1: Picking the Right Wine
For wine selection you want to use Carlo Rossi wine. Depending on amount of sangria you are going to use is what will be your deciding factor on buying either the gallon jug or smaller half jug. This wine is great tasting, low cost and supreme to use when it come to sangria. Red or white this is a great option. Your selection of burgundy, sangria, chianti etc will depend on your fav flavor wine.
Step 2: Brandy Selection
Just as you have done when it came to wine selection, you will not want to use top quality brandy. Add a brandy that is good but low cost. A regular dark brandy is best to use. Pictured is a commonly use dark Portuguese brandy full flavor, good quality but not overly distilled or processed for additional flavors.
Add the equivalence of 4 ounces for a small pitcher of sangria . This will greatly depend on your desire to create that wow factor. You are the driver here add your desired amount.
Step 3: Sweeten the Deal
At this step add your triple sec.
Same as before low cost is best, do not go to fancy with any of the liqueurs.
Step 4: Adding That Touch of Tropics
You re in control spice it up at your leisure
Step 5: Adding That Vitamin C to the Mix
Here you will also finally be able to stir the pot making the sangria to your liking. Perform that vital taste test, and add more wine OJ brandy rum triple sec to your liking
Step 6: Garnish It
I am only stating to use older fruit as the old saying goes.. The older the berry the sweeter the fruit. Make it as you wish. Go tropical be fancy or simply chop up a simple Apple. Your desire you choice is what you make it