Get to know Reál Sangria, the brand making refreshing, easy-to-drink sangria since 1964.
Made from a blend of premium Spanish wine and natural fruit flavors, Reál Sangria has been a favorite of drinkers worldwide for years. The easy-to-drink line is a must-have behind the bar. Not too familiar with the line? Here are four facts you need to know!
Reál Sangria Has Been Around A Long Time
Not only is Reál Sangria one of the most imported Spanish Sangrias in the United States for over 20 years, but it’s also been around since 1964. Sangria was first introduced to the United States market at the New York World’s Fair in 1964 and quickly won the hearts and tastebuds of American drinkers.
It Comes In A Range Of Formats
When you’re looking to stock your bar Reál Sangria has a range of formats you can choose from depending on what works best for your establishment. The brand offers traditional 750ml bottles, 1.5-liter bottles, 4 packs of 187ml bottles, 3-liter boxes, and 250ml cans. If you’re looking for an easy and transportable summer ready-to-drink option, the 250ml can is perfect. Or, if you’re looking to use the line in a cocktail, the 3 liter or 1.5-liter options are a convenient way to reduce packaging waste while crafting quality drinks.
Reál Sangria Is A Pairing Breeze
The red expression is made from Tempranillo and Grenache grapes and is a match for a range of foods including spicy, grilled foods, and even BBQ. Made with premium Spanish white wine grapes, the white wine expression is just as easy to pair and can accompany both sweet and tart foods as well as charcuterie.
It’s A Great Ingredient For Cocktails
Both the red and white varietals are unexpected and dynamic ingredients to use in your next cocktail. The sweet but not sugary profile combined with notes of fruit and wine make for an interesting way to add a touch of sweetness. Both expressions pair with a range of other spirits but work particularly well with sherry, gin, and brandy. Using Reál Sangria as the base for your cocktail keeps your total ABV low, the two expressions are relatively low in alcohol – the red sits at 7.5% while the white is 8%.