Bridget Albert usually serves red sangria at night. She opts for white sangria, which is lighter and more refreshing, at brunch and daytime parties like showers and summer barbecues.
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One 750-milliliter bottle rich white wine, such as Chardonnay
4 ounces brandy
2 ounces Simple Syrup
1 cup mixed chunks of seeded oranges, lemons and limes
How to Make It
In a pitcher, combine the white wine, brandy, Simple Syrup and fruit. Refrigerate until the drink is chilled and the flavors are blended, 4 to 8 hours. Serve the sangria in chilled, ice-filled wineglasses.
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