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Real Sangria Introduces Real Sangria White to the U.S. Market


Real Sangria (close-up) Just in time for summer, Real Sangria has announced the U.S. launch of Real Sangria White, the newest product to join its portfolio of true Spanish sangrias.

“For centuries, sangria has been one of the traditional drinks in Spain and it is steadily becoming one of the most fashionable in the U.S. People are entertaining more and more at home and a pitcher of sangria is now a must have item for home gatherings,” said Ricardo Febres of Shaw-Ross International Importers, importer of Real Sangria.

  • Real Sangria White is a blend of natural citrus fruit flavors and Spanish white wine.
  • Real Sangria White is described as being light-bodied, fruity and refreshing
  • Real Sangria White will be distributed in most major grocery chains throughout the U.S.
  • It is available in 750ml and 1.5L bottles, ranging in price from $6.99 to $8.99 for the 750ml, and from $10.99 to $12.99 for the 1.5L

Real Sangria White can be enjoyed chilled on its own, or combined with other fine beverages. Suggested pairings include seafood, ceviche, salads, goat cheeses, fruits, grilled vegetables, and spicy cuisines. For cocktail recipes, food recipes, and other product information visit the Real Sangria website.


  1. Katie | Monday, June 21, 2010

    Anything that must emphasize it is “Real” most certainly never isn’t, LOL, starting with the fact that they use natural citrus fruit “flavors” and not natural citrus fruit. Bottled sangria is the equivalent of Kraft Singles….it mimics cheese, but it isn’t. I do realize some folks simply aren’t inclined to make their own sangria, but really, it’s as simple as wine, a fortifier (like brandy), some carbonation, and some fruit juice. Given the wholesome “return-to-natural” movement that’s taken over this country, I’d love to see folks steer away from products like this and more toward making their own.

  2. Katie | Monday, June 21, 2010

    Ugh, correction: “…most certainly never IS…”

  3. nanci little | Friday, July 24, 2015

    We LOOOOOVE this wine. Sometimes I can find it at Publix but most of the time, NOT. Can I order a case from somewhere for a Florida address??

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