Introducing Sweet Summer Sangria!

Sweet Summer Sangria Release + Wine Tasting + U-Pick Event

We’re looking forward to another amazing kickoff event with you on Saturday July 17, and this time, there’s quite a few new things to celebrate!

First, we’re debuting our refreshing, fruit-infused Sweet Summer Sangria. Samples will be provided, and Sangria will be available for purchase by the bottle or by case.

Second, we’re opening the doors to our brand-new Tanglewood Tasting Room. This has been a long time in the making, and we’re excited to use this event as an opportunity for our grand opening! What better way to try out the Tasting Room than by tasting Sweet Summer Sangria?

Last but certainly not least, we’re opening the blueberry fields to you for U-Pick! For the first time ever, you’ll be able to get your fill of the same delicious blueberries that go into your favorite Tanglewood wines. Whether in baking, mixology, or just plain by the bucket-full, you won’t be able to get enough of our fresh blueberries.

So come join us for as long as you’d like from 12-9 PM on Saturday, July 17! Aside from these new and exciting things, you can expect some of the same, like sampling and purchase of all Tanglewood wines, and a selection of our awesome Tanglewood merch.

Tanglewood Winery

15811 Riley St.

Holland, MI 49424

What is Sweet Summer Sangria?

Sweet Summer Sangria is refreshingly sweet and aromatic, packed with fruit at every step of the process. We start with a blend of strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, aronia, and grape wines as the base. We then add fresh peaches, mangos, oranges, strawberries, and pineapples to infuse the wine with a fresh sangria kick straight out of the bottle. No artificial flavors, no fillers, just a ton of high antioxidant fruit.


How is Sangria different from other wines?

Our Sangria is different from our other wines because it is a blend of many different fruit wines, not just blueberry wine. The infusion of peaches, mangos, oranges, strawberries, and pineapples gives it a tropical and refreshing taste that is unique to Sweet Summer Sangria. This summer wine is best served chilled, with some fresh fruit at the ready.

One thing about all our wines remains the same: our Michigan-made fruit wines contain no fillers and no artificial flavors.

Will I be able to sample Sweet Summer Sangria?

Yes! At every release event, we offer free samples of our new wine, as well as all Tanglewood wines. Our events are a great opportunity to try new wines (and get a good deal when you buy in bulk)!

Wine sampling will take place in our new Tasting Room, which comfortably accommodates up to 30 people at a time, with additional outdoor seating and room to expand! 

Will I be able to visit the Tasting Room after the event?

Yes! Tanglewood Winery is proud to offer wine tasting in Holland, MI for the first time! After our grand opening on July 17, the Tasting Room will be open to the public on Thursdays and Fridays from 3-8 PM, and Saturdays from 12-9 PM. You’ll be able to go wine tasting for a Bachelorette party, date night, or a good old weekend getaway with friends or family! 

Tanglewood’s Blueberry U-Pick

If you love our wines, you’ll love the blueberries that make them. This blueberry season, we’re opening our farm to you for fresh Michigan U-Pick blueberries, starting July 17! U-Pick hours are Thursdays and Fridays from 3-8 PM, and Saturdays from 12-9 PM. 

How can I get Sangria after the release event?

Looking for a refill or couldn’t make it to the release? Our Sweet Summer Sangria will be available for purchase at the winery during our Tasting Room hours!

If you can’t get enough of Sweet Summer Sangria or our other wines, we recommend becoming a Tanglewood Wine Club member! You can choose the frequency and number of bottles you’d like. There’s no signup fee, just pay for the bottles you want shipped to you! Plus, you’ll automatically receive every new wine we release, and will most likely be one of the very first to try it! 

*Tanglewood Winery ships to Michigan residents only at this time.*

Written by Trevor Wassink
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