This sweet and fruity Sweet Tea Sangria puts a southern twist on a classic drink! Made with fresh fruit and only 4 simple ingredients!
Texas Sangria Tea
We just moved out into the country, which has been a lifelong dream of mine. And we finally have a front porch!!
Ok, to be fair, we did have a front porch at our previous house. But the view is so much nicer here! And we have a porch swing!! Y’all…I am in love with my porch swing. Even the baby wants to go outside and sit on the swing every morning after her sisters go to school.
It’s amazing how something so simple like a porch swing can bring so much joy. There’s nothing fancy about our swing, but it is a gathering spot, a relaxing place to sit together and unwind after a long day and after the hot Texas sun sets and the air starts to cool.
This Sweet Tea Sangria is inspired by Texas summers and front porch swinging. Yep, it doesn’t get much better than sitting on the front porch, swinging, with an ice cold glass of sangria tea in hand!
This refreshing white wine and iced tea cocktail is ideal for parties, brunches, showers, and hot summer days. And the recipe is so easy to make that you’ll want to make it over and over again!
While the last days of summer are coming to an end, that isn’t stopping us from enjoying the warm summer sun while we still can! This steeped tea sangria recipe is the perfect way to use up some of those fresh summer fruits, and yet, enjoy a cup of sweet tea!
Related: Try our frozen sangria popsicles too!
Sangria Tea Ingredients
- 6 cups sweet tea
- 1 bottle white wine*
- 2 cups blueberries
- 2 cups sliced strawberries
- Fresh mint (optional, for garnish)
*Feel free to use your favorite type of white wine in our sangria tea recipe. We recommend something slightly sweet, either unoaked or lightly oaked. In this batch pictured we used Pinot Grigio, which is light and mixes well with the stronger flavors in the sweet tea.
PS- This recipe is intended for readers 21+; please enjoy responsibly!
How to make Sweet Tea Sangria
To make our sangria tea, you can start with fresh brewed sweet tea or buy your favorite jug of sweet tea. Chic-Fil-A sweet tea is pretty much the bomb…am I right??
Combine the white wine and iced tea together in a large pitcher. If using fresh brewed tea, make sure it is chilled first. Whisk together so they are well mixed.
Add fresh fruit and mint (if desired) to pitcher and chill for 2-3 hours. You can also make ahead the day before if you like.
To serve, pour your sangria tea over ice and garnish with more fruit and mint.
Sweet Tea Sangria Recipe (Printable Copy)
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It doesn't get more refreshing than this Southern Sweat Tea Sangria - icy cold, fruity, and a touch of sweet - just perfect! Only 4 simple ingredients!
- 6 Cups Sweet Tea
- 1 Bottle White Wine
- 2 Cups Blueberries
- 2 Cups Strawberries Sliced
- Fresh Mint
Mix Sweet Tea and Wine together in a large pitcher
Add fruit and chill for at least 2-3 hours.
Serve over ice.
Garnish with fresh mint and berries.
Note: Nutrition information is a rough estimate only; actual values will vary based on the exact ingredients used and amount of recipe prepared.
Feel free to use your favorite white wine - we recommend something unoaked or lightly oaked and slightly sweet.