This spring white wine sangria with fresh peppermint is light, fruity and delicious! It takes only 5 minutes to prepare a pitcher of this Spanish cocktail.
With the Easter holiday just around the corner, you’re probably racking your brain thinking of ways to make it special. For the adults in the room, this often results in alcoholic beverages, but finding the right mixed drink that’s not too strong but still has more of a kick than your average ginger ale can be rough.
What you’re looking for is something light, fruity, and delicious with a nice mix of spirits and sweetener: enter white sangria. If you’ve never tried this refreshing punch in the springtime, you’re definitely missing out.
Let’s fix that with an easy to follow recipe on how to mix up a pitcher of spring white wine sangria with fresh peppermint this Easter for the adults to enjoy.
This drink is great not only because of it’s fresh, sip-worthy savor, but because of the high level of adaptability it presents.
You can make it more or less boozy, swap out the soda or fruits, and just generally change things up in all sorts of exciting ways depending on what you’re in the mood for and what’s available to you. The possibilities are limitless, so get to testing (responsibly).
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Spring White Wine Sangria with Fresh Peppermint
- 1 bottle (750 milliliters) dry white wine - chilled
- 1 can (12 ounces) lemon-lime soda - chilled
- ¼ cup brandy
- ½ cup fresh peaches - pitted and sliced
- 1 cup strawberries - sliced
- 1 orange - sliced
- 12 fresh mint leaves
- Ice cubes
- Add all of the ingredients, except for the ice cubes, into a pitcher.
- Stir it all together.
- Serve in glasses over ice.
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Frequently Asked Questions
White sangria is a Spanish cocktail made with white wine, fresh fruit and sometimes other spirits and sparkling water.
Spanish white wines that are dry and high in acidity, such as Verdejo or Albariño, are great for this sweet sangria. You could also go with a crisp, white wine from another country such as a Sauvignon Blanc from France or a Vermentino from Italy.
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