One-Glass White Sangria Recipe

I enjoy a refreshing glass of sangria every now and then…notice I said one glass. I don’t like sangria enough to make an entire bottle’s worth for just me, so usually when I make it, I end up making it for parties and get togethers. And then I thought: why couldn’t I make just a glass? I don’t really need to use a whole bottle. That’s how I came up this One-Glass White Sangria Recipe.

Sometimes nothing sounds more refreshing than a glass of sangria. This White Sangria recipe makes just one glass! Also includes recipe for an entire bottle.

One-Glass White Sangria Recipe

One-Glass White Sangria Recipe
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  • 2 strawberries, sliced
  • 2 blackberries
  • 5 raspberries
  • 5 blueberries
  • 1/2 teaspoon sugar (optional)
  • Fruity Chardonnay or a dry Sauvignon Blanc
  • Splash of lemon lime soda (like Sprite)


  1. Cut up all of the berries and sprinkle the sugar on top of them. Place in the refrigerator and let sit while your wine chills, about 20 minutes.
  2. Put the berries into a wine glass. Pour a splash of Sprite over the berries (I use a little less about 1/4 cup). Fill with wine.


If you'd like to make this recipe using an entire bottle of Chardonnay, simply multiply all ingredients by four and use a full bottle of wine. If you pour glasses like I do, you'll get about four glasses per bottle. If you aren't as generous, you can get six or so.


Save time & money! You can buy frozen “berry blend” mixes in the grocery store…that’s what I used in the photo above. Instead of adding a specific amount of each berry, just put a couple of scoops of the mix in a bowl and top with sugar. Not only will you always have berries on hand, but they’ll also act as edible ice cubes.

I have also shared another white sangria recipe before! Check out my Peach and Orange Sangria, Amaretto Mimosa, and my Cranberry Mimosa recipes for more delightful sips. And check out my Beverages for Adults board on Pinterest.