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White Wine Sangria

Posted by on June 8, 2012

Sangria is one of my favorite things to make in the summer. You can make up a big pitcher and it’s just a party in a glass. For some reason, it transports me to the beach or a picnic or a cookout– maybe it’s the fun colors. You can make infinite varieties and I love using rose and sparkling wine as well.

White Wine Sangria

1 bottle of your favorite white wine (you don’t need to spend a lot on the bottle, but make sure you would drink it on it’s own)

1/2 cup brandy (or your favorite fruity alcohol such as framboise or peach brandy)

1/4 cup sugar

6 strawberries, sliced

1/2 mango, diced

1 lime, sliced and cut in half

6 mint leaves

Combine the brandy, sugar, and half the fruit in the bottom of a pitcher and lightly muddle it together until the sugar is dissolved. Add the wine and the rest of the fruit. Stir to combine and adjust the flavors depending on how dry or fruity your wine is. You can store it like this in the fridge for a day or two, if you wish. To serve, add the mint leaves and pour over ice.

9 Responses to White Wine Sangria

  1. foodnfocus

    I’ve been looking for a good sangria recipe…I’m going to try this!

  2. Life & Sunshine

    thanks for tonight’s drink! mmmmm!

  3. susartandfood

    I luv sangria – this looks wonderful

  4. Sophie33

    Your white wine sangria rocks! Lovely flavours in here! Yum!

  5. twicecookedhalfbaked

    I love white wine sangria for the summer. It works so well with the melons and stone fruits. Thanks for posting!

  6. Leslie Chapman

    It looks very pretty and refreshing :)

  7. aprilarnold

    One of my favorite things for this time of year. I’ll have to give this one a go!

  8. Natasha

    YES! I have a serious love for white sangria. I especially like it with sparkling wine. Thanks for the recipe!