Original Spanish Sangria
Sangria is the Spanish term for a mix of fruit and wine that became popular in Europe. It emerged in America when it was served at the 1964 World’s Fair.
June 22nd, 2017
Recipe Courtesy of Toronto-based mixologist and Co-founder of DrinkSmith, Danielle Yoon & Osborne
This Spanish Sangria is delicious and thirst quenching. Make it by the glass or by the pitcher and you have an instant party on your hands.
- 2 Bottles SOLAZ Tempranillo Cabernet, chilled
- 1 cup Duff Gordon Solera Reserva Brandy
- 1 cup Orange juice
- 1⁄4 cup Superfne granulated sugar
- 2 Oranges, cut into thin rounds
- 2 Lemons, cut into thin rounds
- 3 Limes, cut into thin rounds
- 2 Apples, cored and cut into 1⁄2′′ chunks
- 2 cups Club soda, chilled
In a large pot or bowl, combine the wine, brandy, orange juice and sugar and stir until the sugar dissolves.
Add the orange, lemon and lime slices and the apple slices. Refrigerate until well-chilled, about an hour.
Remove from the refrigerator and add the soda. Serve in glasses over ice and enjoy!