I think that if I were ever to write a cookbook, I could write a book filled with sangria recipes. Sangria rocks my world. And with the warmer weather comes my desire to make cool and refreshing cocktails.
Work has been getting super crazy lately. Lots of new projects. Lots of manuscripts to write, review, publish, blah, blah, blah. I had so much fun visiting with my family last weekend, but I think I need a vacation from that vacation. If I could just have at least a few days where I don’t have to do anything. I can just be super lazy. All. Day. Long. Or a cruise. I would also be very happy with a cruise. I guess for now I will just have to sit on my patio with a pitcher of this spring sangria and pretend I am somewhere really fabulous.
One of my favorite things about spring is all of the bright and fresh fruits that come into season! Citrus is big for springtime as well as pineapples. Citrus and pineapple? In sangria? Oh yes. Let’s do this.
This spring sangria is bursting with sweet citrus like oranges and pineapples! Great for parties or outdoor dinner parties as the weather warms up!
- 1 (750 ml) bottle of fruity white wine
- 3 cups Sprite (you can also use lemon lime sparkling water)
- 2 cups pineapple juice
- 1/2 cup orange juice
- sliced lemons, lime, and oranges (and pineapple if you want!)
- In a large pitcher, stir together the wine, Sprite, pineapple juice, and the orange juice. Then gently stir in the slices of fruit.
- Refrigerate the sangria for about 2 hours and serve.*
Soaking citrus fruits for too long can result in a bitter taste. If you are not going to serve the sangria within a few hours of making it, I recommend waiting to add the fruit until you are ready to serve it.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 213Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 22mgCarbohydrates: 35gFiber: 1gSugar: 28gProtein: 1g
26 Comments on “Spring Sangria”
This is so beautiful my friend, gorgeous drink and refreshing :D
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I don’t drink very much… but with all the fun and fruity flavors in this one.. I an IN!! It reminds me of those barcardi wine coolers I loved so much when I was in college. :) I love that last photo too.. I just want to dive into that picture. :)
PS… Have a great and relaxing Easter!! :)
I love how pretty and light this looks – perfect for spring. Lovely flavors, too!
Love your Sangria! It’s so light and refreshing looking ! Great flavor combination!
You make the world’s best cocktails.
I can totally see this becoming my new summer cocktail! Love sangria and your take on it sounds tasty, Stephanie!
This is such a pretty and refreshing sangria. :) Perfect way to unwind a long day. I’ll definitely be the first one to buy your Sangria recipe book if you get a deal. hehehe…
What a great recipe!!
I have never made sangria with pineapple juice before!! I can imaging how good it would be! Delicious!
This is a perfect spring cocktail, Stephanie!
I love sangria and this spring version is just so pretty! I always feel like I need another vacation after spending time with my family … we try to cram so much into a few days that I’m completely exhausted by the end!
This looks so refreshing! I’ve been trying to think of fun cocktails to make for a bachelorette party I’m going to in a couple of weeks – this could be perfect!
We love a good cocktail recipe! How fun and very spring! Anything lemon and I’m sold! :)
If I ever need a sangria recipe, you’re my gal. I know that I’m guaranteed a great sangria recipe on your site. This looks so bright and refreshing. I can’t wait to try it.
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Perfect sangria love
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