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White Sangria

  • SERVINGS: Makes 6 drinks

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.

  1. One 750-milliliter bottle rich white wine, such as Chardonnay
  2. 4 ounces brandy
  3. 2 ounces Simple Syrup
  4. 1 cup mixed chunks of seeded oranges, lemons and limes
  5. Ice
  1. 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.