Easy White Sangria Recipe

white sangria recipe

This easy white sangria recipe is the perfect cocktail to make for a warm spring or summer day in the backyard.

easy white sangria recipe

If you’re looking for an easy drink to sip, this delicious and easy white sangria recipe is perfect. This white sangria  is made with brandy, a Chilean Sauvignon Blanc, juicy citrus and apples, then topped with club soda or prosecco.

How to make a sangria with brandy

how to make a sangria with brandy

Typically, red wine sangria is the most commonly made sangria, but in the warmer months I love the refreshing and crisp white sangria. The best part is that you can make a sangria ahead of time and let the citrus and the fruit soak in the liquid which will give your cocktail even more flavor.

easy white wine sangria recipe

There is no rule about which fruit or berries are best with sangria. You can use virtually any fruit or herbs at your disposal. This time around I kpe it simple with oranges and apples. But you could also add strawberries or blackberries as well as mint or basil or even a little thyme. If you like thyme, check out this recipe for an  vodka lemonade.

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white wine sangria

To serve your sangria, fill glass with lots of ice. Then add fruit or berries from the pitcher and pour in the wine leaving room to top off your glass with processo or club soda.

Here I used a favorite club soda. You could also add a hard seltzer like Truly if you want it a little boozy. The point is sangria should have a little fizz to it.

how to make a white sangria recipe

I added some edible flowers for a Spring vibe.

easy white wine sangria


easy white wine sangria

Easy White Sangria Recipe


  • 1/2 cup brandy
  • 1 bottle white wine
  • 2 oranges
  • 2 apples
  • club soda


  • Add brandy to the pitcher. Then slice all of your fruit reserving a couple wedges for garnish.
  • Add fruit to the pitcher. Then pour in your wine. Mix everything thoroughly.
  • It's best to let your sangria sit for at least 20 minutes in the fridge so the flavors can develop together.
  • To serve, fill your glass with ice. Pour the sangria. Add the fruit from the pitcher than top with club soda. Garnish with a wedge of orange.

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