People always assume sangrias can only be had during the hot, sunny summer months. Don't get me wrong, they are great during the summer and one of my favorite ways to use up all the fruit I pick up at the farmers market. But you know what else is superabundant during the cooler fall months? A ton of delicious fruit. People are always tossing the fall's best produce into pies and crisps (don't @ me — I love those too) and completely forget about the trusty old sangria.
Apples, oranges, Concord grapes, pomegranates, pears, figs, cranberries and so many others are all in season in the fall and are excellent sangria ingredients. Don't believe me? I've got proof. I scoured the internet for the tastiest fall sangria recipes the world wide web has to offer and put them all into one convenient list for you. The best part about these sangria recipes is most of them can be made in big batches and can be made way ahead of time and left in the fridge to chill.