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5 bottles (750 ml each) cheap red Spanish wine
1 bottle (750 ml each) of rosi wine (the fizzy one) (rose or burgundy wine)
1 liter lemon soda
8 oz Cognac
8 oz rum
1 pound sugar
Fruit in season like pears, apples, oranges (essential), peaches

Mix liquid in a big bowl or plastic pail (I have one exclusively
for sangria) and stir in the sugar. Wash the fruit and cut it in
pieces, but don't peel it. Mix fruit pieces with the sangria and
let it sit for a few hours. Serve it in pitchers with pieces of
fruit and lots of ice. This sangria is strong enough, but if you
want to make it even stronger, marinate the fruit in cognac for a
few hours.