Best White Sangria Recipe Ever

This new twist on the classic Spanish sangria will make your party sizzle.  This simple and quick recipe is infused with fresh oranges and lemons which makes for a very refreshing, irresistible drink.

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With only minutes of prep time – this is my kind of recipe – especially if I am hosting some friends over for a cookout.  I know that some sangria recipes out there can be time consuming and complicated – this one is not.  Don’t let making your own sangria intimidate you.  You will wow everyone with this simple to make perfectly refreshing drink.

Usually when I have friends over I am running around like crazy with the food preparation and I don’t have time to throw in making a drink on top of everything else I have to do.

This drink changes all that – first, it can be made ahead of time because if it has time to sit for awhile and let the flavors marinate with each other it will be much more flavorful and second, it is SO SIMPLE AND QUICK.

I got this recipe from a good friend of mine and it’s been a go-to recipe ever since the first time I tried it at her house.  When we have get-togethers most of my girlfriends are flexible on the food……as long as this sangria will be served!   It will put a smile on all your guest’s faces.

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I would recommend making a double batch (at least depending on the people you have invited….I have made 3 batches at one time before 🙂 ).  You will be really surprised to see how fast it goes.  People will be fighting over that last drop….trust me.

Grab a cute pitcher, plan for a girls night and serve this sangria…..it really doesn’t get any better than this.

The Best White Sangria

This new twist on the classic Spanish sangria will make your party sizzle.  This simple and quick recipe is infused with fresh oranges and lemons which makes for a very refreshing, irresistible drink.

Ingredients:

4 cups white wine (I use inexpensive Pinot Grigio)
¼ cup Triple Sec (any orange liqueur will work)
¼ cup Agave
1 lemon, thinly sliced
1 orange, thinly sliced
½ bottle of champagne/sparkling wine (chilled and inexpensive)

Directions:

  1. Slice the Orange and Lemon into thin slices
  2. Combine, sliced fruit, wine, agave and Triple Sec
  3. Refrigerate for a minimum of 2 hours – you can make the night before if you want to make it ahead of time.
  4. When you are ready to serve the sangria add the chilled sparkling wine. I actually put my sparkling wine in the freezer for about 20 minutes before I combine them. I also add ice to the glasses before pouring.
  5. If you made several batches only add the sparkling wine to what you are going to drink right away. It’s best if it stays bubbly. Enjoy – I absolutely know you will. It’s a no-fail, perfectly delicious recipe.

PIN THIS SANGRIA….

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