Classic sangria recipes are available on Martha Stewart's and Food Network's websites. Both sites have thorough instructions and ingredient lists for their recipes, and Food Network features a search bar where users can seek out alternative sangria recipes.
Martha Stewart's classic sangria recipe uses orange, lime, apple and grapes as the fruits for the drink. The larger pieces are sliced and the fruits are mixed with brandy, dry red wine and lemon-lime soda, then refrigerated.
Food Network's recipe is from Emeril Lagasse and uses oranges, lemons, limes and apples. Once sliced, the fruits are mixed with sugar, brandy, club soda, dry red wine and orange juice, then refrigerated.