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This festive Winter Sangria is made with a base of Vino Verde and infused with pomegranate, pear, and fresh lime. It's festive, delicious, and can be made ahead of time!
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Servings: 10 servings
Calories: 70 kcal
750 ml bottles
coconut palm sugar
thinly sliced and divided (one for the sangria and one for serving)
ice cubes for serving
sparkling water for serving
Combine boiling water and sugar until sugar is completely dissolved. Set aside.
Thinly slice a lime and the pear into rounds (discard seeds).
In a large pitcher or other jar, combine Vino Verde, Cointreau, sugar water, pomegranate arils, sliced pear and sliced lime until well mixed. Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve - no longer than 6 to 8 hours.
Serve over ice topped off with club soda and a slice of lime and Enjoy!
- To Save Time: make sure to buy pomegranate arils and not whole pomegranates.
- Sugar: You can make this sangria with either coconut palm sugar OR regular organic sugar. It's important to note that if you want the sangria to have the clear color shown in the photos, you NEED to use the regular organic sugar. I actually prefer the taste with the coconut palm sugar but it does turn the sangria a light brown. I show the brown option in the in-process photos to give you a sense of the color difference. Totally up to you!
- Make Ahead: You can make this the day before but I don't recommend letting the lime slices sit in the wine mixture for too long or it will turn bitter. It's best made a few hours before planning to serve.
- What is Vino Verde: Vino Verde is a mild, young wine from Portugal. While it can be red, rose. or white, it's most commonly sold as white wine in the US. And, often sparkling.
White Winter Sangria Recipe
Amount Per Serving (1 glass)
Calories from Fat 9
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat 1g6%
Vitamin C 4mg5%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.