I’m not trying to be déclassé by leaving the price tag on the bottle of wine but the astounding price for the quality was a big winner in this recipe for me.
I have been fortunate to garner ready attention and collaboration with my mixology pursuits at each North Boulder Liquors and Liquor Mart in Boulder for locals. This particular purchasing trip was to North Boulder Liquors where they recommended a perfect wine for this Sangria. I used a Frontera Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot 2010 (Chile, Concha Y Toro). It provided a smooth flavor profile for the Sangria and was a whopping $10.99 for a 150ml bottle. They assured me despite the affordable price did not imply a lower quality and they were spot on.