1. Vintage Enoteca
Who knew blackberry sangria was the brunch drink missing from our lives? Vintage Enoteca, a neighborhood wine bar with a seasonal menu of Italian-inspired small dishes, decided to combine blackberry with red wine to make a delicious sangria that's so good the owners decided to bottle it. Both the blackberry sangria and the passion fruit–flavored white sangria are delicious; they're offered as bottomless options for only $12 per person for five hours every Saturday and Sunday. Since Vintage Enoteca's sangria is made with quality wine, the restaurant feels comfortable making the wine 90% of the drink — so it's strong as well. For those who want the blackberry sangria beyond just brunch or happy hour (when it's also offered), it's being brought to market by a boutique winemaker from Napa, Leonard Wine Company, under the label V Sangria.