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This Mixed Berry Red Wine Sangria is made with pink wine, brandy, orange juice, recent or frozen berries! Perfect refreshing summer time drink for a celebration!

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Sangria is a kind of issues that you simply hardly want a recipe for – or perhaps a notably good pink wine!

I do have a couple of slight twists I like use for my very own sangria recipe. I like so as to add berries, like blueberries, raspberries, or strawberries. While apples and oranges are extra conventional, I discover berries infuse extra taste and shade into the wine.

Mixed Berry Sangria

I additionally wish to stir in slightly soda water once I serve only for some further pizzaz. That sparkle simply provides the sangria slightly Lambrusco-esque zing. Sometimes as an alternative of soda water I’ll even add some blood orange soda (San Pellegrino) to jazz it up much more.

For the pink wine, I like to recommend shopping for an inexpensive bottle for this recipe, frankly. We’ll be mixing it with so many different flavorful components that even a lower-quality wine will style nice, and the standard of a dearer wine would go unappreciated.

Rioja wine from Spain is conventional for sangria. If you’ll be able to’t discover a reasonable bottle of rioja on the retailer, any favourite cheap pink wine that you simply already wish to drink will do. A zinfandel would work nice in sangria.

Mixed Berry Sangria

The better part? You can whip this sangria collectively and serve it immediately, or make it a couple of hours forward and let the flavors of the recent fruit actually meld with the wine. (You may even make days forward. Keep it within the fridge and the fruit within the sangria will begin to naturally ferment and create bubbles.)

A little bit of fruit, slightly orange juice, some brandy. Boom, growth, finished.

Mixed Berry Sangria Recipe

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Ingredients

  • three tablespoons sugar
  • 1 orange, lower into chunks, seeds eliminated
  • 1 1/four cups blended berries, recent or frozen, resembling blueberries, raspberries, or strawberries
  • 1 750-ml bottle pink wine
  • 1/three cup brandy
  • three/four cup orange juice
  • Extra fruit for garnish (optionally available)
  • Soda water or blood orange soda (optionally available)

Method

1 Muddle the fruit with sugar: Place sugar, orange chunks, and berries right into a pitcher and smash with a picket spoon or a muddler to launch among the juices and break up the fruit slightly bit.

2 Add the pink wine, brandy, and orange juice and steep for about 5 minutes or as much as 2 hours. The flavors will mellow and enhance the longer you’ll be able to wait earlier than serving.

three Pour into glasses crammed with ice and further fruit. If you favor a really clear sangria with no fruit pulp, pour the sangria by way of a strainer when serving.

If you need, add some soda water or slightly blood orange soda (I like blood orange Pellegrino) to your sangria for some bubbles and slightly further pizzaz.

 

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