A Bag of 'Portland Sangria' for Summer Parties

ENSO urban winery simplifies sangria with a two-bottle bag that's ready for picnics, camping, or backyard barbecue.

By Allison Jones June 14, 2013

Forget spending an hour chopping fruit for the dubious recipe your college roommate brought back from Spain: Southeast Stark's Enso Urban Winery has unleashed the "Portland Sangria"—a bagged-wine blend of dry rosé, local berries, and a touch of spice—just in time for backyard sipping season, no knife (or corkscrew) required.

The $20, 1.5 liter bag (that's two bottles, in case you're counting) comes armed with a spigot that's ready to fill up your Solo Cups or Grandma's crystal wine glasses—and everything in between.

Where to find it: Portland Sangria is now available at New Seasons markets and Enso's tasting room at 1416 SE Stark St.

For a festive summer kick-off (and 10% discount on Sangria bags) join the team at Enso on Friday, June 21 beginning at 4 pm. Expect $4 glasses of Sangria, wine tastings, nosh from the Taco Pedaler, and a 10 pm dance party in the Barrel Room, no RSVP necessary.

Want more affordable box wine that won't give you dorm rager flashbacks? Check out our wallet guide for reliable bottle-less selections. 

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