"This is a wonderfully flavorful summertime (or anytime) beverage. Most any fruit you would like to use (except bananas) will probably work with this recipe. You can even use frozen fruit like peaches and berries (but thaw them, first)." — Amanda Dattilio
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1 (750 milliliter) bottle
orange, sliced in rounds
strawberries, hulled and sliced
apple, cored and sliced
lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage
I thought this recipe was quite good but there are a few things I will make special note to you of. I put the cloves in the apple slices as suggested, but I think I put far to many. Next time I would just use a few. Also I thought it tasted better to fill the glass about 1/3 full of wine mixture and 2/3 with soda. This is a very light and refreshing drink. Very pretty in a glass pitcher w/the fruit pieces.
This Sangria called for way too much fruit and was not nearly as good as what I have had before. It was better after adding some sugar... I will be sure to try a different recipe next time I make Sangria.
Great recipe--my guests LOVED it. Very refreshing on a hot Texas afternoon. I used a cheap Italian Lambrusco and it was delicious--inexpensive too!
Great recipe - easy and delicious! Be careful - almost too easy to drink!! Thanks!
This sangria was well received by everyone at a recent spanish themed dinner party. I reviewed many different sangria recipes and decided this was a winner-and it was!
All guests especially appreciated that it was not too sweet.
I love this recipe!!! I've made it so many time and each time my guests rave about it. So quick and easy to do ~ and it tastes amazing!
This recipe was given rave reviews by all my party guests. It's delicious!
I didn't use any strawberries, but I think you can use whatever you have. This was a big hit with others.
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