This sangria charcuterie board is full of fresh and flavorful fruits and herbs, and is sure to be a crowd pleaser at your next picnic, party or weeknight in! Filled with fresh grapefruit, juicy blood oranges, sweet strawberries and so many more delicious add ons, everyone will enjoy making their own sangria creation.
There is nothing that calls my name more at a party than a charcuterie board. These delicious boards give you the ability to provide your guests or loved ones with a variety of food options, almost guaranteeing that anyone could find something they love. I have seen a plethora of these grazing boards, whether it be full of vegan snacks or kicking it old school with meat and cheeses.
Sangria Charcuterie Board
Adding a boozy twist to a grazing board is too much fun and so flirty! Instead of bringing out the normal pitcher of sangria with the same old fruit, bringing out this sangria grazing board to add a fun twist to a classic. This sangria charcuterie board is simple to make, and you can truly put anything you want on it. What makes it even more special is that you can truly make it your own: gluten free; vegan; summer vibes; winter vibes; and so on.
I had a blast putting together my sangria grazing board. I picked additives that I enjoy the most to place on in my sangria.
Assembling The Sangria Grazing Board
As I stated, you really can put anything you want on this board!
The main ingredients for this was pre-made sangria from Mija Sangria, but you could totally make your own sangria! If you need a sangria recipe, I have you covered. I made a great list of tasty sangrias.
Here are some great recipes:
- Pina Colada Sangria
- Vanilla Chai Cranberry Sangria
- Five Ingredient Red Sangria
- Fall White Wine Sangria.
Of course, the type of sangria you make will dictate what you put on the board.
I personally think 2 pitchers (or bottles) will do the job! You may use red or white, or both!
Pomegranate- I used pomegranate seeds on this board because I love muddling them and adding them to my juice! You may omit if you are allergic, or if they are not in season.
Cranberries- Again, another delicious tart fruit that I enjoy muddling them and adding the contract to my sangria. You may omit if you are allergic, or if they are not in season. Do not use canned cranberry sauce.
Apples- I used both granny smith, as well as fuji apples. I enjoy the sweetness of the red fuji, and the (again) tartness of the granny smith. You may omit if you are allergic, or if they are not in season. You may also sub with pears.
Blackberries - I love putting this seedy fruit into my sangria because I think it soaks up so well with the liquor. You may omit if you are allergic, or if they are not in season.
Oranges / Blood Oranges - Oranges are such a juicy, fresh, sweet way to add some fun to your cup. I love the tastes of oranges (I even put Grand Marnier in my sangria sometimes!). You may omit if you are allergic, or if they are not in season.
Grapefruit - I absolutely LOVE grapefruit juice, so it was a no brainer to me to put this in my sangria. You may omit if you are allergic, or if they are not in season.
Lemons & Limes - For some reason, I always love adding limes and lemons to my sangria! I thought this was normal, but then I noticed many places do not do this. To me, it adds the perfect little "zing" to my cup. You may omit if you are allergic, or if they are not in season.
Strawberries- I had a lot of tart going on on this board, so I needed to add some strawberries! Blueberries would also be a great addition, as well as other sweet fruits such as watermelon, cantaloupe and honey dew.
Gooseberries- My first experience with gooseberries, and I absolutely love them! It reminded me like a Kiwi almost, so I thought it would be a great addition. You may omit if you are allergic, or if they are not in season.
Herbs - I used Rosemary and Sage on this board. I made this board in the winter to bring me sunshine, so I always love rosemary! Sage is just too good with citrus, so I added that too. If this was summer, I would have added mint. Thyme and Basil would also be fun additions.
Other additions - You may add a simple syrup, vodka/gin/tequila/Grand Marnier, or basically anything else that you would like.
Serving the Sangria Platter Board
This board is large and perfect for a group up to 8. If you have additional friends coming over, double up on the fruit!
If you have a smaller group, feel free to add less.
My suggestion is to leave the actual sangria off the board, and use this solely for additives. If you are making your sangria in pitchers, omit the fruit, and let your guests pick what fruit they want in their cup.
Other Fun Charcuterie Boards:
Other Tasty Cocktails:
- Spiced Cranberry Orange Spritz
- Pina Colada Sangria
- Watermelon Rum Refresher
- Cranberry Vanilla Chai Sangria
- Spiced Pear Punch
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Sangria Charcuterie Board
- 2 Sangria
- ⅓ cup Pomegranate Seeds
- 1 Orange sliced
- 1 Blood Orange sliced
- 1 Grapefruit Sliced
- 1 Lemon sliced
- 1 Lime Sliced
- 6-7 Blackberries slices some in the middle
- 6-7 Strawberries sliced in half
- ¼ cup Cranberries
- 5 Gooseberries sliced in half
- 1 Fuji Apple sliced
- 1 Granny Smith Apple sliced
- Assemble ingredients on board as pictured.
- Serve with white or red sangria.
- Add each additive from board into your sangria cup!