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My Violette Noir Berry Sangria is a dramatic, berry-infused libation where bold, luscious flavours of raspberry-laden Chambord, floral Crème de Violette, juicy blackberry and a fresh kiss of citrus intertwine over an elegant Pinot Noir backdrop. This sophisticated, Parisian-inspired spin on traditional red sangria is as intricate as it is accessible -- seducing both wine lovers and skeptics with each delicious, antioxidant-rich sip. It's the ideal accompaniment to festive cocktail parties, formal occasions, holiday dinners or anytime you're craving a refined, wine-based bracer to delight and surprise even the most discerning of palettes! As always, my Violette Noir Berry Sangria brimming with fresh, better-for-you ingredients and is free of added sugars -- because I believe in balance in all areas of life. Cheers to a happy and healthy holiday season!

Course Drinks
Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings 12
Author Justine


Violette Noir Berry Sangria

  • 2 bottles of Pinot Noir (select one with berry notes -- I used Mirassou)
  • 3 cups Chambord
  • 1 cup Crème de Violette (I used Giffard)
  • 2 cans of Melograno e Arancia (Pomegranate & Orange San Pellegrino)
  • 2 cans of Soda Water
  • 1 cup freshly squeezed orange juice
  • 1 cup freshly squeezed lime juice
  • 1 pint raspberries
  • 1 pint blackberries
  • 1 orange (for slicing)
  • 1 lime (for slicing)

Optional Garnish

  • Fresh blackberries and raspberries
  • Violets


  1. Add Pinot Noir, Chambord and Crème de Violette to a large beverage dispenser.
  2. Add San Pellegrino, then soda water. We like our sangria on the dryer side, but if you prefer sweeter drinks you may want to add more San Pellegrino and less soda water. Make sure to taste (and stir) as you go!
  3. Slice and squeeze orange and limes into separate measuring cups until you have 1 cup of each orange and lime juice. Add the freshly squeezed juice to the mixture. We like ours pretty citrus-y, but again, if you prefer sweeter drinks you may want to add more oranges and less lime. Feel free to adjust these rations to suit your palette!
  4. Slice one orange and lime, adding to the beverage dispenser to float on top. Wash berries and add them to the dispenser. Stir and mash berries into the sangria with a wooden spoon.

  5. Enjoy immediately or allow the Violette Noir Berry Sangria to sit overnight and serve the next day. Cheers!

Recipe Notes

Yield: One larger pitcher (makes enough for a good party -- but if you’re hosting 8+, double this recipe!)