If you like traditional sangria made with red wine, you’ll love this lighter, fruitier alternative. This one is great served at summer parties and BBQ’s as you can make a couple of large pitchers beforehand (without the ice) and leave them chilling in the fridge until your guests arrive. Then just add ice and serve.
P.s This one’s for Fiona 😉
(makes one large pitcher)
- One bottle of dry white wine
- Apple or Pineapple Juice (Or a mixture)
- Any fruity liqueur (I used Cointreau and peach schnapps)
- Fizzy water/lemonade/Gaseosa
- Chopped up apples and peaches
This is a recipe that truly depends one the person making it. Start with a bottle of white wine in the pitcher, add a couple of glugs of fruity liqueur (depending on how alcoholic you want it), and some fruit juice.
Top it up with any kind of light-flavoured fizzy drink then add lots and lots of ice and fruit. For this one I used apples and peaches, but you could add a mixture of your favourites (raspberries, orange wedges, kiwis, strawberries etc.)
Note: For a child-friendly version just leave out the wine and liqueur and add more varieties of fruit juice.