29 January, 2011  |   6 Comments

My White Sangria Recipe

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This recipe is twice as tasty as it is beautiful.

4 peeled and sliced kiwis
1 bag frozen sliced peaches
1 container of strawberries, sliced thin
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup white rum
1/4 cup Grand Marnier
2 cups white grape juice
1.5 L Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc (I love to use Sutter Home Sauvignon Blanc)
Lots of ice

Throw the kiwis, peaches and strawberries in the bottom of a large pitcher or punch bowl and sprinkle with 1/4 cup of sugar. Pour 1/2 cup white rum and the 1/4 cup Grand Marnier on top of the fruit and let it sit for about an hour.

Pour the big bottle of white wine in there with about 2 cups of white grape juice.

Stir, add ice cubes and chill.

Folks will ask you for the recipe.
And lo, you’ll have one to share.

I wrote an article for Serious Eats called Sangria 101, where this recipe is also published – feel free to review for all your Sangria needs.

6 thoughts on “My White Sangria Recipe

  1. 1
    AlysonLaurel says:

    What kind of white grape juice do you like? Should I just use regular stuff, or spring for the organic, pure stuff? Thank you for the recipe!

  2. 2
    Lisa says:

    This was a hit at a girls craft party last night. Like you predicted, I had multiple requests for the recipe.

  3. 3

    […] spent the precious hour between 5 and 6 making double the recipe of AB Chao’s pimento dip, my white sangria and cutting and blanching the veggies that I bought on Tuesday. I brought one of the pimento dips […]

  4. 4

    […] go with my threes theme, I made three kinds of sangria: my friend Helen Jane’s White Sangria, my famous Red Wine Sangria, and a peach sangria I found online. They all tasted amazing, and our […]

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