White Wine Sangria – A delicious white wine cocktail recipe loaded with brandy, soda, fresh fruit, and simple syrup. The perfect cocktail for a party!
White Wine Sangria
With memorial day this weekend, I wanted to make a fun, refreshing drink for parties that could serve a crowd and I decided that a sangria would be perfect! This sangria recipe is made with white wine, brandy, soda, simple syrup, and lots of fresh fruit! The great part about this recipe is how flexible it is as you can use any fruit that you like and you can choose whether you want to use club soda, lemon lime soda, or ginger ale.
The recipe makes 8 servings but you can always double it if you are serving more people.
Common Questions About Making a White Wine Sangria
What is a white wine sangria?
A white wine sangria is a simple cocktail made from white wine, brandy, simple syrup (or sugar), and club soda. This drink is served in a pitcher with ice and lots of slices of fruit.
What kind of fruit should I use?
A blend of any of the following fruits will be good –
What kind of white wine should I use?
I suggest using a sauvignon blanc or pinot grigio. A simple, non-expensive bottle of white wine will do the job as the other ingredients end up being a part of the flavor.
What kind of soda should I use?
You can either use club soda, lemon lime soda, or ginger ale. Any of these options will taste great and it’s up to you to pick what you prefer.
What other types of sangrias can I make?
There are so many great varieties of sangria to try making! Some favorites of mine include –
- Tropical White Wine Sangria
- Pina Colada Sangria
- Red Wine Sangria
- Apple Cider Sangria
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- Citrus Breeze Cocktail
- Lemonade Spritzer
- Blackberry Mojito
- Screwdriver Cocktail
- Strawberry Margarita
- 1 bottle white wine
- 1/4 cup brandy
- 1/3 cup simple syrup*
- 2 cups club soda*
- 3 cups fresh fruit slices (strawberries, lemons, limes, apples, etc)
- In a large pitcher, combine white wine, brandy, and simple syrup. Stir and then refrigerate for 2-3 hours to chill it.
- Add in fruit and club soda, stirring until well combined. Serve over ice.
* Simple syrup can be substituted for granulated sugar.
* Club soda can be substituted for an equal amount of ginger ale or lemon lime soda.
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