Franco Espanolas White Sangria #Recipe

There’s a group of women I love. They are my heart’s sisters. Some of us have met face to face and some remain on each other’s bucket lists. To celebrate friendship with women who inspire, be it your mother, your sister or neighbor, make a pitcher of Sangria to enjoy!

This refreshing and easy recipe from the Rioja winery, Bodegas Franco Espanolas.

sangria recipe

INGREDIENTS:

2 bottles Franco Espanolas Royal White 100% Viura white wine

½ cup white sugar

2  lemons

2 oranges

1 small melon

1 apple

2 kiwis

2 plums

A bunch of white table grapes

2 cinnamon sticks

2 cloves

1 cup Orange liqueur (Cointreau)

1 can lemon/lime flavored soda (7Up, Sprite,…)

Ice

 

PREP:

fruit for sangria

Clean all fruit and dice (maintain the peels in all the fruit except the kiwis) Reserve in a bowl.

diced fruit for sangria

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

wine and sugar getting ready to dissolve

1 day before the event, pour 1 bottle of Franco Espanolas Royal White 100% Viura into a large pot adding the sugar and warm the mixture without boiling. Remove from the heat.

sugar dissolved and spices ready to rest for sangria

Add the spices (cinnamon sticks and cloves) to the mixture, cover and let rest for 30 minutes.

1 cup cointreau

Transfer the mixture from the pot to a larger container (large bowl). Add the second bottle of Franco Espanolas Royal White wine,  diced fruit (reserve some for garnish), orange liqueur (Cointreau) and mix delicately. Place the bowl in the fridge for 24 hours.

doesn't this look yummy

 Before serving, add the can of lemon/lime soda to the mixture. Pour into a high glass half full of ice.

sangria all mixed up

Garnish with the reserved diced fruit (grapes, melon,…) in a skewer.

 franco espanolas royal white wine

The Franco Espanolas Rioja Royal White may be purchased for $10 per bottle.

You may also want to try the Franco Espanolas Red Sangria Recipe!

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Julee

Julee is the writer behind the blog, Mommy’s Memorandum. She vents her emotions through flour and butter. While she realizes there are the tried and true endorphin-inducers like exercise, being thankful and eating healthy, she prefers to live in the fast lane: real butter, a new recipe with a gazillion calories and laughing until she sobs…and of course blogging. She’s perky, quirky, dorky. A Utah native and NC transplant with an appetitie to taste the world, meet its desserts!
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  1. This great! I am going to showcase this on my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SeductionInTheKitchen you are welcome anytime to post your photo and post like on it!
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  2. delicious! good suggestion

  3. Members of my family love Sangria, but they always make it red. I’ll be sure and send this recipe on to them! Thank you. Vicki
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  4. YUM, is anyone else thirsty now?

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