Winter White Sangria

Winter White Sangria

I first made this white sangria years ago, for an L.A. friend’s birthday party, and on New Year’s Eve I decided to revisit the recipe, this time using sparkling wine rather than regular old pinot.


Above, the wine I chose for the sangria’s base.

WINTER WHITE SANGRIA

In a large pitcher, combine 2 bottles of sparkling white wine, 1/2 lb seedless, halved green grapes, and 2 thinly sliced Red Delicious apples. Let sit for an hour or so, and then pour in a cup of apple juice and a cup of pineapple juice. Serve over ice garnished with a few grape halves and apple slices.

3 comments

  1. I usually make my sangria with white zinfandel so it’s all girly and pink. Then I use peach champagne and add in strawberries and raspberries. This recipe is really similar to mine, but just different enough that I might need to give it a try. :)

  2. This looks amazing! I love your blog!

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