Champagne Sangria

Champagne Sangria is so much fun to make for parties and brunch! Set out all the ingredients for this champagne bar and let your guests make their own!

Pouring champagne for Champagne Sangria

A Fun Champagne Bar Idea For Parties & Brunch

Champagne isn’t just for brunches or weddings or celebrating a happy occasion. To tell you the truth, we drink champagne in our house just on a random Tuesday night – or Wednesday…whatever night you feel like popping a bottle.

We break it out for all those other fun nights too but we don’t save it just for celebrating.

For my next party I thought it would be fun to set up a Champagne Sangria bar so that my guests can make up their own drinks without me playing bartender all night.

Not that I mind doing that, but sometimes it’s fun to get a break and enjoy your own party too!

And for mix-ins? I went with brandy. It’s my way of making this champagne drink work for both the men and the ladies…something for everyone, right?

How To Make Champagne Sangria

Set out your glasses and fill them with an assortment of fruit and fill them 1/4 of the way with brandy. If you use these fun André champagne glasses it has a line to tell you right where to fill up your mix-in.

Champagne Sangria process

Let the glasses sit out on your bar about a half an hour before party time. That way the fruit will soak up the brandy a little and be ready for the champagne.

Then let your guests take control, they can grab whichever champagne they like and make their own Champagne Sangria combination!

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Champagne Sangria

  • Author: Dan
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x

Make your own champagne bar for parties or brunch with this delicious Champagne Sangria recipe!



  • 1/2 ounce brandy
  • 3 Raspberries
  • 3 Blueberries
  • 1 peach slice
  • Champagne or Prosecco for topping


  1. Add the fruit to the bottom of a champagne flute.
  2. Pour in the brandy and top with champagne.

Recipe Notes

If setting up a champagne bar for a party, set out bowls of the fruit along with a pitcher of brandy and champagne bottles on ice. Your guests can make their own combination!

  • Category: Cocktails
  • Method: Pour
  • Cuisine: American

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  1. v

    Andres is the best champagne and I tried sooo many other brands. Andres with Orange juice is my most favorite Mamosa but sometimes I add Grand Marnier to make it a Grand Mamosa. v

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