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Easy White Sangria Recipe

Happy Hour: White Sangria

After years of enjoying classic red version, it came as a shock, the first time I tried white sangria. It had never occurred to me that the Spanish party beverage could be even more imbibable when made with white wine. It was a groundbreaking moment, much like the time I realized gazpacho came in the color white, too.

Just as its red counterpart takes advantage of robust orange and apple flavors, the delicate, slightly-more-refreshing white sangria does well capitalizing on fleshy Summer fruits, like peaches and mangoes, especially if you're using a crisp white with fruity aromas, like the Côtes de Gascogne I employed recently. (Note that just about any seasonal fruit, from white nectarines to blackberries, would do well in this drink, too). This recipe makes a lot, but beware: you'll have reached the bottom of the pitcher before you know it.

Easy White Sangria

Easy White Sangria

Easy White Sangria

Ingredients

  1. 750-ml bottle crisp white wine, preferably one with stone fruit aromas (such as Mont Gravet Côtes de Gasgogne)
  2. 1/2 cup orange liqueur, such as Cointreau or Grand Marnier
  3. 1 mango, pitted and sliced
  4. 2 peaches, pitted and sliced
  5. 1/4 cup simple syrup, or to taste
  6. Handful of raspberries (optional), for garnish

Directions

  1. In a large pitcher, combine white wine, liqueur, mango and peaches, and simple syrup to taste. Cover and refrigerate six to eight hours; serve over ice. Garnish with raspberries, if desired.
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