Simple White Wine Sangria

A good neighbor always has a good sangria recipe.  Thanks to Kenda for running this over on a hot Summer day. When Kenda described this sangria, there was a smile that I won’t soon forget!   I immediately knew that this chic knows her sangria.    She made me a copy and I knew it wasn’t her first time to make copies of this.   Who am I to judge?  Well, I have made this 6-7  times and it does get a blue ribbon.     I have doubled this recipe on several occasions making it with the bigger bottles of wine…….works beautifully! 

Simple White Wine Sangria

Ingredients

1 bottle of white wine  (Reisling, Pinto Gris, or Sauv Blanc)

2/3 cup white sugar

a shot or two of gin

1 cup of orange juice

1 orange sliced

1 lemon sliced (or wedges)

1 T lemon juice

1 lime sliced (or wedges)

1 T lime juice

1/2 liter of ginger ale or club soda (ginger ale for those with a sweet tooth)

Preparation:

Pour wine in the pitcher and add oj, lemon juice, lime juice.  Toss in the fruit slices/wedges, leaving out the seeds and add sugar.  Chill overnight.  Add ginger ale or club soad prior to serving.

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