Sangria

 

We went over to my sister’s house for dinner last weekend and I threw together this jug of fruity sangria just in time.

I started out by adding the contents of this frozen apple juice concentrate and two cans of water to my glass jar.

Next I added 9 cups of white wine. I used Pinot Grigio.

Use what ever wine you like most. I’ve made it with red or white, but I do think the flavors of the fruit really stand out with a light white wine.

Now comes the fun part.

Mix and match what ever kinds of fruit you like best.

I added the juice from 1 large lemon and 1 lime.

Then, I sliced 1 lemon and 1 lime, and tossed them in.

Next, I added 1 cup of sliced peaches,

1 cup of pineapple,

1 cup of grapes,

1 cup of blueberries,

and finally, I tossed in 1 sliced apple.

Next I cleared out some room in the fridge and let the container sit for about 3 hours so all the flavors blended.

Nice and cold!

Serve over ice, and enjoy!

the wanna be country girl – Caroline

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4 Responses to Sangria

  1. I’ve been wanting to try making Sangria…I love wine & fruit! I love eating peaches infused with white wine. You make it look easy….I guess it’s a bit of whatever you want with a wine/fruit juice base?

    Just found your blog & am now following! Found you via Stumble!! :)

  2. Debbie says:

    Beautiful! And so easy. I just added apple juice to the shopping list.

  3. Rebecca says:

    I’ve had Sangria before with red wine and I wasn’t much of a fan, but then again I’m not a fan of red wine… This looks SO good :)

  4. jojo says:

    Oh, that looks good! Great for a hot afternoon!

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