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Sparkling Fall Sangria

I like wine.  Mainly I like red wine, but every once in a while I like a good chilled crisp white wine.  Especially in the summer.  Another thing I like is Moscato.  When I lived in Iowa, my friend Katie and I would often have a girls night in, with a bottle, or two, of our favorite Moscato.  Often mixed with POM juice to make these Bellini’s.

So when Moscato contacted me to see if I was interested in trying out some of their products, I couldn’t answer fast enough.  The only problem.  Katie is not here to sample them with me.  So what is a girl to do?  Make the best of it, and turn one of them into Sangria!  I mean, I know one of the bottles was a Sangria already, but I wanted to try my own version.

I wanted to use fall fruits in here.  I went with apples and raspberries, but you could really use whatever you want.  This was the perfect sweet, fizzy, and delicious treat for a Saturday afternoon.  And wine soaked apples are delicious to snack on.  They are apples, so it was a healthy snack, right?

Sparkling Fall Sangria
 
Serves: 4
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Sweet, fizzy, and delicious sangria. With lots of fresh fall apples and raspberries.
Ingredients
  • 1 bottle Moscato White Wine
  • 1 20 oz bottle Sprite
  • 3 Apples, sliced or diced
  • 1 pint raspberries

Instructions
  1. Place the fruit in a pitcher. Add the wine and sprite. Stir to combine. Serve chilled.

 

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Comments

  1. I love this idea. It is freezing here in Cambridge at the moment but it is such a nice idea to try and bring back a little of the summer! thanks

  2. I absolutely love sangria! I totally need to make a pitcher of this! It’ll be such a wonderful way to cool off in this heat that we’ve been having!

  3. Sangria is the best, love this!

  4. I have been addicted to sangria this summer… and was wondering what to do now that fall was here. Solution! I love it! Thank you. :D

  5. Looks delicious! My sangria is normally arbor mist sangria with red wine and fruit added…yours is much classier :)

  6. Lovely and refreshing. :)

  7. Lora @cakeduchess says:

    I haven’t had sangria in such a long time. This looks refreshing and really good:)

  8. You need to add some flavored vodka or rum to that sangria! ;-)

  9. Made the sangria and it is wonderful! I think it’s an anytime of year Sangria. :)

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