Frequently Asked Questions

Sangria in Spanish means ‘blood’, and is an alcoholic beverage originating from the Iberian Peninsula (Spain & Portugal) which is made of wine, water, sugar, citrus fruits and spices. In 2014 the European Union issued a law defining what Sangria is and how it should be labelled.

No, the category is protected, and the regulation indicates that is aromatized with the addition of natural citrus-fruit extracts or essences, with or without the juice of such fruit, to which spices may have been added.

Sangría/Sangria it means blood in Spanish. In reference to the red wine used and traditionally it has been made with Spanish Tempranillo and other wine indigenous grapes with added citrus fruit, therefore it makes it unique.

Sangria Republic is made from a blend of spring water, wine, concentrated grape juice, natural flavours and citric acid together with bubbles! 

Yes, in fact we have trademarked them.

No, the rule instructs that sangria have an actual alcoholic strength by volume of not less than 4,5 % vol., and less than 12 % vol.

Yes! Sangria Republic uses organic, natural, gluten-free and vegan ingredients.

Yes, as the wine we use contains sulphites.

Because we pasteurize, you may enjoy it up two years after it´s been produced. The batch code, found on the bottom of cans, can help you identify the production date.

Yes. As a recommendation, you may try our Yuzu Sangria with your favorite Vodka or the Grapefruit Sangria with your favorite Gin. Use your imagination and share with all of us you own recipes in our Instagram @sangriarepublic.