Move over wine and cocktails. Sangria needs some space at the bar. Driven by consumers’ thirst for a beverage that’s not quite wine and not quite a cocktail, sales of the Spanish wine-punch have grown by eight percent in the last quarter.With a slightly sweeter taste than wine or cocktails and more creative flavor options available, sangria has strong appeal to younger diners, in particular. And, sangria’s more modest price—right between wine and a cocktail—is ...
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