Berry Kombucha Sangria

Yes! Another tasty beverage with a little kick of kombucha.

And let’s be real. When I say “sangria” what I really mean is fruit salad with wine poured over top.

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Way more than any normal person would add to sangria. But, I find the wine-soaked fruit to be my favorite component which is why I added a crap ton of it. I just adore the juiciness of the orange slices, how the apple holds its crispy texture, and how the berries swell with wine and burst in your mouth.

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This is a drink you serve with a fork.

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This is a drink you serve for friends.

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From now until berries lose their taste.

And then we can switch to stone fruits.

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I lucked out this week and had a sweet delivery of the kombucha you see below! The kind folks at Clearly Kombucha sent over a few flavors for me to try out and it was absolute perfect timing for my sangria recipe. I loved the light floral notes in this and thought it was the perfect match with this recipe.

Not sponsored. Just fun.

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Check out that mountain of fruit in the background. Mmmhm.

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Berry Kombucha Sangria gluten-free, vegan // yields 2-4 servings

  • 1, 750 mL bottle Pinot Grigio, vegan if needed
  • 1 large orange
  • 1 medium green apple, chopped
  • 1 1/2 cups mixed berries
  • 1 bottle berry flavored kombucha

Pour wine into a large pitcher. Slice your orange in half around the center [not end to end]. Squeeze one half to get about 1/3 cup fresh orange juice and strain the pulp. Pour into the pitcher with the wine. Gently stir.

Slice 1/4-inch thick rounds of the remaining orange half and cut each round into quarters with the rind attached [refer to photo 1]. Slice strawberries in half [if using]. Add the orange segments, apple, and berries to the wine and give a few gentle stirs.

Refrigerate for at least 4 hours but best overnight. Pour into glasses and serve with a few splashes [2-3 tablespoons] of kombucha in each glass. Can be made 1 day ahead. Add ice if desired when serving.


  • Use any combination of berries you choose. I used an equal mix of blackberries, strawberries, and raspberries.
  • For a little more kick add 1/4 cup brandy to the mix.
  • Add juice from 1 lime for a sour bite.
  • Try Riesling instead of Pinot Grigio for more sweetness.
  • I used a very sweet Cara Cara orange but feel free to use any type of orange you like. If your oranges are smaller in size you may need two.

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