I just wipped up some yummy white wine sangria that I wanted to share with you. I love these 1 quart Ball Mason jars from Hobby Lobby. They cost about $4 and they’re great for this recipe.
Make sure to make this 24 hours in advance so the fruit has time to mix in the wine. You can change the fruit out to suit your tastes. You can’t really mess this up.
2 bottles semi-sweet or dry white wine
5 cherries chopped in half
1 peach chopped
1/2 cup orangecello (lemoncello recipe in separate post)
Refrigerate overnight. Add 1/4 cup sprite, ginger ale or club soda to each glass. It should be about 1 part sprite to 3 parts sangria. I wouldn’t suggest adding it to the full mixture since it will go flat. Enjoy!
One of my summer pleasures is making a great sangria to sit outside on my deck after a long day in the sun, and just have a fire and drink with friends. I’ve made sangria for years and the recipe has changed but this really is the best of them all. Sangria typically calls for Grand Marnier but now I use a really great sweet Jamaican rum. So here’s my fool proof recipe:
3 bottles good red wine
750 ml sweet rum
Simple syrup (3 cups water and 1/2 cup sugar mixed well)
1 quart strawberries
2 cups cherries
My biggest piece of advice: be patient! Let it sit for a full 24 hours so everything can marinate. Then right before you serve it, pour 1 liter ginger ale and mix well. Serve and enjoy! Try it out. I know you’ll love it!