There was a limited number of reservations for the tasting so it was a nice group of around 30 people. We were sitting at a table with 7 other people and met a few very interesting people, including one man who had worked in the Virgin Islands a few years ago and had plenty of stories to share. Throughout the tasting, we tried 3 different sangrias (full glasses too!) paired with light tapas. After they served each glass, the manager of the restaurant explained how they made the sangria and talked about the ingredients.
Our evening started with a glass of their red sangria along with cheese & crackers. I typically like white wine and white sangria, but this was my favorite of the evening.
Our last glass was the peach sangria with a mini flatbread pizza that had caramelized onions, spinach, and cheese. The sangria was very light and they actually make it with peach soup from their restaurant menu.
At the end of the night, they gave us all the recipes so Todd & I decided we’re going to try to make our own sangria this summer!
A very happy couple after tasting some delicious sangria