Olive Garden Sangria

Sangria goes well with a hot summer day and most anything that you want to eat. Best of all, this is easy to make, and you can use whatever fruit that you have on hand.

Olive Garden Sangria

Olive Garden Sangria

It is so easy to make sangria at home. Best of all you can put in your favorite fruits. This can be made ahead of time, so you will have it ready for when you are ready to serve. Simply do not add the ice if you are going to mix this up and have it ready in the refrigerator.

Olive Garden Sangria

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  • Recipe Type: Copycat Restaurant Recipes, CopyKat Recipes, Drink Recipes
  • Prep time: 10 minutes
  • Cook time: 10 minutes
  • Serves: 10
Olive Garden Sangria

Olive Garden makes delicious Sangria and you can make sangria just like the Olive Garden does at home.


  • 1.5 Liters Soleo Red Table Wine
  • 10 ounces grenadine
  • 16 ounces cranberry juice cocktail
  • 12 ounces sweet vermouth
  • 10 ounces simple syrup (5 ounces sugar diluted in 5 ounces water)
  • sliced strawberries
  • sliced oranges
  • crushed ice


Mix all ingredients except for ice. Pour sangria in glass and then add ice. Make sure there is fruit in every glass.

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  • Liz Biggs

    I’d love to know how to make olive gardens sangarita drink. I don’t usually like drinks with wine in it but this was delicious!

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  • JLTheodule

    I talked to a friend that bartends at Olive Garden and they told me how to make the Berry Sangria. All it is is a bottle of their berry sangria mix that you can buy from the bar, a bottle of red table wine, and then fill the bottle of mix with water and add. You can make it by the glass or make the whole bottle but making it all tastes the best. Add fruit if desired.
    I miss making this but I can’t drink it anymore because I get terrible migraines from red wine. :(

  • Amanda

    You can buy the syrup and just mix it with a red table wine.

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  • Samantha

    i need a recipe for the pear & gorgenzola shrimp ravioli they were so good.. too bad they r seasonal :(

  • Jen

    Thanks for this recipe! Olive Garden’s Sangria is delicious and this recipe tastes just like it! It’s easy and is a hit in our house now! The longer it sits in the fridge the better it gets! Thanks for all of your recipes – haven’t met one that didn’t turn out great!