This fruity white sangria recipe is so flavorful that you’re going to have to remember that it has alcohol. It’s refreshing and delicious and fun to drink by the side of a pool.
This white sangria is so delicious and filled with lots of fruit. But not so much that you will lament how little sangria is in the glass! There is nothing worse than lifting your glass of sangria and having pieces of fruit hit you in the face all the while sipping a thimbleful of sangria!
More sangria in the glass, please.
Many peeps think more fruit equals better sangria and where the fruit does help the flavor when it is steeping, you only want to add enough to garnish when you serve it and of course, one must have a few pieces of alcohol soaked fruit left over to nibble. Mustn’t one?
Just keep this in mind when you are making this, the fruit is added to enhance, not to choke your yummy sangria!
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- Make this the night before so the flavors meld together.
- Wash your jar with hot soapy water and let air dry.
- Thoroughly wash the fruit you’re going to put in the sangria as you don’t want to ingest pesticides.
- I wash my fruit with a natural, unscented hand soap. I usually place the fruit in a strainer, and run cold water over them. Then I take the soap in my hand and grab some of the fruit and rub my hands over it. I then rinse the soap off the fruit and let it drain in the strainer.
- I use sauvignon blanc because it’s not too sweet. My advice is to not use Chardonnay as it’s too sweet.
How to make fruity white sangria
Get a large jar. I use a 64 ounce Ball jar.
Gather the ingredients – white wine, strawberries, blueberries, orange, peach and lime.
Slice the peach, orange and lime into thin wheels. Also slice the strawberries. Place them in the clean jar along with blueberries.
Pour the whole bottle of wine into the jar to meet up with the fruit.
Get the apricot brandy, orange liqueur and club soda.
Add 1 cup apricot brandy and 1/2 cup Cointreau and 8 ounces of club soda.
Cap the jar and put in the fridge overnight.
The next day, pour the sangria in a pitcher filled with ice.
Now, to serve it!
Tulip glasses really showcase this fruity white sangria. But you can also use white wine glasses.
Add more ice to the glasses along with freshly cut fruit.
Cut a slit in the bottom of a few strawberries for garnish. Add on to the side of each glass.
Time to garnish the fruity white sangria with a strawberry!
M-m-m-mmmmmm. Time to drink it all up! Like a good little doobie!
I hope you enjoyed this fruity white sangria recipe! It’s refreshing and delicious.
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Fruity White Sangria
The Good Stuff
- 1 bottle Sauvignon Blanc or white wine of choice. I like a dry wine
- 1 cup apricot brandy
- 1/2 cup Cointreau or triple sec
- 8 ounces club soda and some extra if peeps want in in their drink
- 1 peach cut in slices
- 1 orange cut into wheels
- 1 lime cut into wheels
- 5 strawberries cut into slices
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- strawberries (with a slit cut in the bottom)
- Add fruit in jar1 peach, 1 orange, 1 lime, 5 strawberries, 1/2 cup blueberries, strawberries
- Add wine, apricot brandy, Cointreau and club soda1 bottle Sauvignon Blanc, 1 cup apricot brandy, 1/2 cup Cointreau, 8 ounces club soda
- Cap jar and refrigerate for at least 6 hours if not overnight
- Add ice to a pitcher as well as the contents of the jar
- Add more ice to tulip glasses and some fruit, not too much of either
- Pour white sangria in glass
- Add garnish
- Be refreshed
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