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White Sangria

July 27, 2008

We were having a few friends over after work one evening.  We were grilling out and I wanted a fun drink to sip on while preparing the meal and during the meal.  We love sangria; when we get together it’s guaranteed we’ll get a pitcher or two to share.  It’s definitely a no fail choice when we’re together. 

This recipe was so easy to make and doesn’t really take a lot of time to prepare or chill.  I halved the recipe since there were only going to be two people drinking it; but the full recipe would be great for a larger group.

White Sangria

1 Bottle sauvignon blanc

1/2 Cup brandy

3/4 Cup sugar

1 Lemon and 1 Lime, thinly sliced

1 Granny Smith Apple

1 Liter Sprite (or lemon-lime soda)

1 Cup frozen green grapes

Directions:

 

Combine the wine, brandy and sugar in a larger pitcher and mix gently to dissolve the sugar  Add the sliced lemon, lime and apple.  Chill for 2 hours or longer.  Add the Sprite and grapes and mix gently.  Serve over ice.

Recipe Source: Adapted from “Beach Appetit”, The Junior League of the Emeral Coast

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