Monday, June 18, 2012

Summer White Sangria Singles

If you're in the mood for some sangria, and you don't want to make it with a whole big bottle of wine, you can always opt for a single selection!  Also, if it's summa summa summa time, and you don't want the red variety, then opt for some white wine instead!
 I started with a 4 pack of Barefoot Pinot Grigio because I like dry white wine.  I filled a small pitcher with some frozen peaches, then I poured the bottle in.
Next, I poured in a single portion of sparkling wine, aka champagne not from France.  For this occasion, I was at my neighbor's pool, so I doubled this recipe for enough to share.  But it's that simple!  Usually sangria recipes have a dash of this and a dash of that, but I found out that mixing the wine and champagne with some fresh fruit did the same trick!  Thanks to my friend Karen who gave me this idea when she served sangria with some red wine and champagne.  Since I'm partial to white wine, I adapted the recipe to suit my own preference!  And finding the single bottles were also a bonus!   

  • Single bottle of white wine (as sweet or as dry as you like)
  • Single bottle of champagne, prosecco, or sparkling wine
  • Fresh or frozen fruit (peach slices, strawberries, blueberries, orange slices, etc.)
  1. Mix all and enjoy the flavor of sangria!

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