Dry January? Sober October? Or just because! This Non-Alcoholic Sangria Mocktail is what to drink when you’re not drinking. Infused with delicious fruit and topped off with Kombucha, you’re actually doing something good for yourself!

Clear glass pitcher filled with non alcoholic red sangria mocktail, fresh grapefruit, oranges, persimmon, and cranberries. greens surrounding the pitcher

I created this delicious Sangria Mocktail while in Utah at a conference last fall. Personally, I don’t drink. But there’s so much more to having a cocktail thank consuming it.

It’s about the experience of it: the taste, the atmosphere, the temperature, the way the glass feels in your hand. It’s all very festive.

The issue I have with ordering ‘virgin drinks’ is they taste like over sugary fruit juice. A good mocktail has all the components of a cocktail with out the alcohol~ a good base, sour, sweet, and garnish.

fresh fruit for red sangria mocktail, including sliced lime, fresh cranberries, sliced persimmon, and sliced grapefruit

Ingredients for Sangria Mocktail

While the possibilities are endless, here’s what we’re using today:

  • persimmon
  • grapefruit
  • lime
  • pears
  • cranberries
  • red non-alcoholic wine (such as Sutter Home Fre Wine Merlot or Red Blend)
  • Kombucha
hand adding a slice of persimmon to a clear glass pitcher filled with fresh grapefruit, pears and cranberries for a Sangria Mocktail

How to make non-alcoholic sangria Mocktail

Step One: cut up fruit

  • slice persimmon
  • slice grapefruit
  • slice lime
  • slice or dice pear

Step Two: add fruit and liquid

  • Place the persimmon, grapefruit, lime, pear and fresh cranberries into a large pitcher
  • pour in the non alcoholic wine and Kombucha, stir
clear glass pitcher with grapefruit, persimmon, pears, and cranberries in the bottom, with red non-alcoholic wine being poured in.

Step Three: chill

  • chill the mixture for 3-4 hours before serving.
  • kick back, have a snack, you’ve worked hard, you deserve it. 😉

When you’re ready to enjoy it, you can garnish each glass with a few fresh cranberries or a wedge of grapefruit.

Variations of  Sangria Mocktail

  • Any fruit works with sangria. Try it with apples, oranges, lemon, strawberries, blueberries, pomegranate– the sky is the limit! Pick your favorites.
  • You can use fruit juice instead of wine. Just know that the end result will be sweeter.
  • In this recipe, I used pomegranate flavored kombucha. The kombucha here is acting as the sour or tart flavor. Most kombucha isn’t sweet, so pick a flavor you like, or just use plain.
  • If you like a sparkling Sangria, leave the kombucha out of the pitcher, and instead add a splash or two to each glass. This will keep it nice and fizzy.
  • You can use ginger ale, ginger beer, or citrus clear soda, in place of the kombucha. It will be a sweeter result (and not a healthy mocktail).
overhead view of a pitcher filled with red Sangria Mocktail, grapefruit, limes, pears and cranberries

More Mocktail Recipes ~

📋 Recipe

Clear glass pitcher filled with non alcoholic red sangria mocktail, fresh grapefruit, oranges, persimmon, and cranberries

Sangria Mocktail

A non-alcoholic sangria that tastes like the real thing. Loaded with fruit, non alcoholic wine and Kombucha. 
5 from 2 votes
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Course: Beverage, Drinks
Cuisine: Mexican
Prep Time: 10 minutes
chill: 4 hours
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 6
Calories: 139kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 persimmon sliced
  • 1 grapefruit sliced
  • 2 limes sliced
  • 1 pear sliced or diced
  • 1/2 cup fresh cranberries plus more for garnish
  • 24 ounces non alcoholic merlot such as Sutter Home Fre, or red blend
  • 12 ounces kombucha pomegranate flavored or flavor of choice

Instructions

  • Add sliced fruit and cranberries to a large pitcher.
  • Add non-alcoholic wine and kombucha, stir
  • chill for 3-4 hours before serving. Serve garnished with cranberries and/or a wedge of grapefruit or lime

Notes

  • Any fruit works with sangria. Try it with apples, oranges, lemon, strawberries, blueberries, pomegranate– the sky is the limit! Pick your favorites.
  • You can use fruit juice instead of wine. Just know that the end result will be sweeter.
  • In this recipe, I used pomegranate flavored kombucha. The kombucha here is acting as the sour or tart flavor. Most kombucha isn’t sweet, so pick a flavor you like, or just use plain.
  • If you like a sparkling Sangria, leave the kombucha out of the pitcher, and instead add a splash or two to each glass. This will keep it nice and fizzy.
  • You can use ginger ale, ginger beer, or citrus clear soda, in place of the kombucha. It will be a sweeter result (and not a healthy mocktail).
***nutrition info on this recipe is not 100% accurate because it couldn’t calculate non-alcoholic wine or kombucha. Non-alcoholic wine has less than half the calories of regular wine. So you can subtract about 70 calories per serving.

Nutrition

Calories: 139kcal | Carbohydrates: 15g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 5mg | Potassium: 264mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 7g | Vitamin A: 483IU | Vitamin C: 22mg | Calcium: 28mg | Iron: 1mg
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