Poison Apple Pomegranate Sangria #SundaySupper

Get in a spooky and scary mood this Halloween by setting out Poison Apple Pomegranate Sangria for your festive celebrations.  This blood red potion will put everyone in a Halloween spirit. 

Apple Pomegranate Sangria #SundaySupper from The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

Compensation was provided by Gallo Family Vineyards via Sunday Supper, LLC. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author, and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Gallo Family Vineyards.

The mood is set, the pumpkins are carved, the spiderwebs are out, the smoke is rising and the ghouls are howling.  The guests are about to arrive but wait… the witches cauldron is empty! The potion has yet to be made, lucky for you all it takes are a handful of ingredients to set out a blood red colored sangria that everyone will love.

A little merlot here, a dash of brandy there, finish with pomegranate juice, apples and fresh pomegranate arils and you are good to go.

Poison Apple Pomegranate Sangria #SundaySupper | The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

We are throwing a #SundaySupper frightfully fun Halloween party today with our friends from Gallo Family Vineyards. What can be more fun than a party full of recipes ready for wine pairings or made with wine that’s just for the adults.  We get to have our Halloween fun time too.

With apples and pomegranates at their peak right now, they make a perfect fall sangria – especially with a nice dry medium-bodied merlot.  Unlike most sweet sangrias there is no additional sugar added, any sweetness you get from it is directly from the fruit itself.  This is the sangria for the dry wine fans out there with a deep red color that’s perfect for the season.


Apple Pomegranate Sangria- The Girl In the Little Red Kitchen

Poison Apple Pomegranate Sangria
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  • 1 750ml bottle Merlot (such as Gallo Family Vineyards)
  • 1/4 cup brandy or apple brandy
  • 8 ounces 100% pomegranate juice
  • 2 apples, cored and cubed
  • arils from 1 pomegranate


  1. In a large pitcher combine the merlot, brandy, pomegranate juice, cubed apples and pomegranate arils. Stir to combine.
  2. Refrigerate at least 2 hours until chilled or overnight to let the wine soak into the fruit.
  3. Serve in the pitcher or a food safe cauldron to get into the spirit.
Recipe Type: Beverage

To help you prepare for your party, Gallo has a $1 off digital coupon plus a handy dandy store locator to find the wine.  Also be sure to check them out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube and their website.

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29 thoughts on “Poison Apple Pomegranate Sangria #SundaySupper

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  9. Liz

    Your sangria sounds amazing, Susan! So beautiful with the apple cubes and arils. I think I need to throw a party just to have an excuse to make a big batch!

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  13. Joanne

    First of all GORGEOUS PHOTOS. Second of all…I need this in my life. Good thing I just happen to have pomegranates in my apartment that need to be used!

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