Summer Sangria

A delicious and sweet summer treat for adults!

Great for barbecues and outdoor gatherings.

This fresh tasting recipe was adapted from a few Sangria recipes we’ve reviewed and made our own over the years.

Just have fun and make it your own using ingredients you already have on hand.
Ingredients:

1 750ML Bottle Pinot Noir
1 Can Mandarin Oranges (with juice)
1/4 Cup Cherries
1 Cup Stevia Zero Sweetener
3-4 Large Chunks Fresh Pineapple
1/2 Cup Whiskey, Brandy, or Rum
1 Can Flavored San Pellegrino Mineral Water
1 Cup Frozen Berries
1 Apple
1 Lime (Rind)
1 Lemon (Rind)

Materials:

1 Pitcher with Lid
4-6 Glasses
Toothpicks
1 Knife
1 Fruit Peeler (optional)
1 Bottle Opener
Serving tray

Makes 6-8 servings. For adults over 21 only. Please drink responsibly.

Start by prepping the sugar, we use Stevia to cut back on sugar intake.
Slice the apples.
Peel the outer layers of the lime and lemon.

For this recipe we will not add the full fruit. Refrigerate or freeze the remaining parts for another time.
Nice! Add some of the cherries to toothpicks and set aside.
Add ingredients to the pitcher starting with the sugar.
Add in the whiskey, brandy, or rum whichever you have on hand.
Add the remaining cherries.
Pour in the bottle of Pinot.
Top with remaining fruit.
Nice!
Now add the lid and refrigerate for 1-3 hours.
The longer the better for more flavor.
Add some cherries to toothpicks and refrigerate until ready to serve.
When ready to serve remove from the fridge.
Grab your glasses and the mineral water.
Fill the glasses.
Top with some of the mineral water.
Serve your delicious creation chilled with the cherry skewers on top for added flare. Enjoy!

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