Sangria is a drink made with red wine and fruit. The word “sangria” is Spanish for “bleeding.” The drink originated in Spain. Sangria is served in a pitcher and has become very popular in the U.S. According to The Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink, the drink’s popularity began after it was introduced by Alberto Heras at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. This version is a festive holiday sangria made with cranberry juice, orange and lemon slices, and Port wine. Thread the fruit onto small skewers or toothpicks so each guest will have a few pieces of fruit in their glass.