Red Wine Sangria

 

Perfectly refreshing drink for summer parties. Colorful, festive red sangria makes a bold statement ! Stir together wine, triple sec, sugar and orange and lemon juice in large pitcher, until sugar is dissolved. Add chopped apples, pears, strawberries, lime, lemon and orange to the wine mixture, and lightly mull the fruit with wooden spoon to release juices. Cover and refrigerate for anywhere from 2-24 hours. Stir in soda or ginger ale or sparkling water if desired, and serve over ice while fruits floating on top !
The classic fruit combination for this Spanish sangria are three kinds of fresh citrus – lemons, limes and oranges.  Feel free to substitute and add any of your favorite fruits!  I’ve made sangria with fresh strawberries, apples, pears and peaches – yum!  Cheers to irresistible combination of fruits, wine, liquor and sugar !! Cheers to good life !!
Ingredients :
1 bottle 750 ml of your favorite Red Wine. I usually use the one pictured above . One of the favorite wines of our house!! Frey Pinot Noir Organic wine!! Non GMO and no added sulfites.
1 cup orange juice
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 cup chopped fruit : consider using apples, oranges, pears, peaches, strawberries
1/ 2 cup triple sec
1 can sparkling water or soda or if you prefer sweeter, substitute 1 can ginger ale.
Directions:
Combine all the ingredients except soda / sparkling water together in a pitcher. Lightly mull the fruit with wooden spoon to release juices. Cover and refrigerate for anywhere from 2-24 hours. Stir in soda or ginger ale or sparkling water if desired, and serve over ice while fruits floating on top !
Enjoy this recipe alongside any of your favorite summer dishes. A few of our favorite pairings include Eggs Flamenco , Gazpacho and Salads !! 
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