1 bottle dry red wine.
(Sure this is a Mexican Sangria but a good red wine from Mexico is difficult to find in the US so we usually go with a Rioja wine from Spain.)
I've been given advice on selecting a wine for Sangria from opposite ends of the spectrum. The true "Wine Connoisseur" says to go with an inexpensive table wine as your only going to adulterate it. Others advise to stick with a higher quality wine and say it's apparent in the finished result. Indeed you should start with a wine you like. I tend to abide by this latter idea and usually look for a Rioja "Crianza" or "Reserva" in the 12 -15 dollar range.


1 cup 100% agave tequila (blanco or light reposado)

1/4 cup Orange Liqueur
(Triple Sec, Citronge, etc.)

1 1/2 cup Orange Juice
(preferably fresh squeezed or not from concentrate)

1/2 cup Pineapple Juice

1/4 cup Lime Juice
(fresh squeezed)

1/2 cup light agave syrup

Fresh Fruit - 1 apple, 1 orange, 1 Mango
(or any combination of fresh fruit)

Lemon Lime or Club Soda (added just prior to serving)

Method:
Combine everything in a glass or ceramic pitcher and let sit in fridge over night or longer. From my observations the fruit will soak up a lot of alcohol from the tequila during osmosis. For "jarritos" style omit tequila in the Sangria and add a shot of your favorite tequila along with soda, by the glass just before serving.