Fall- Caramel Apple Sangria

Looking for the perfect party drink for your fall party? Look no further! This Caramel Apple Sangria is perfect for a girls night in, DIY Sangria Bar, or at your next Fall/Halloween Party. I love a good themed cocktail to pair with the Fall season. This cocktail has all of the flavors that you need: Caramel, Apple Cider, Apple Slices, and Wine (Y’all know that’s always in season).  🙂

sangria-3Wine Glasses, Charger, Fix-in Bowls can all be found at Target | Rug shown can be found at HomeGoods |


1 Bottle of Pinot Grigio- ( I used Cupcake Pinot Grigio)

1/2 Cup of Caramel Vodka- ( I used Smirnoff Kissed Caramel Vodka)

3 1/2 Cups of Apple Cider

2-3 Cut Apples


1. In a large pitcher, mix all of the above ingredients w/ the exception of cut apples

2. Stir until mixed & then add in the cut apples

3. Optional- Garnish with other fruit slices & add in cinnamon stick

Sounds super easy, right? Yasss! That is because it is- You can make this delicious Caramel Vodka Sangria in a matter of 10 minutes. It doesn’t take long and it is bound to be a hit at your next fall event.  The best part about sangria is that you can always make it your own and add a touch of DIY flare for your guests. I recommend having different fruit mix-ins (orange slices, apple slices, limes, pear slices, peaches, ect.).  The DIY option is always a hit because your guests can make it their own.  I hope that you all enjoy this and if you add in other ingredients to this recipe, please do share your secrets as I am always open to hearing what other people like and how they make a recipe their own. Cheers party people! 🙂 Enjoy!





 All of the entertaining glassware, carafe, and small bowls can be purchased at your local Target retail store. The rug shown in these pictures is from Home Goods. My favorite go to stores pretty much have everything you could ever need to host a good party.


I hope that you all are having a good week so far and that you enjoyed this recipe! Cheers, my friends!





  1. says

    Yess! I love a great sangria. And a fall one is even better! I made one this past weekend but I didn’t use vodka like you did. I love that idea. Thanks for sharing!

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