Extra Dry Citrusy Homemade Sangria

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It’s 3 o’ clock somewhere. And i’ve had a good week so let’s celebrate with some adult drinks. With the extremely unusually hot weather this fall, we are having some really scorching! summer weather. What better way to celebrate hot weather than with

Sangria
Just Natoya’s Sangria

S A N G R I A!!!

I was literally sitting on he couch and decided! I wanted sangria. So I gathered all the ingredients I had in the house and they were interesting to say the least and thus I came up with Citrus Sangria. As I pulled out the bottle of champagne I wondered to myself

“how did I not drink this weeks ago?” 

Now, This is not an exact recipe for actual sangria just my take on it. This version is Tangy and dry with lots of berries and citrus . Because that was honestly all we had in the house.Citrus Sangria

For my ingredients I used
Sawmill Creek Dry White
Hungaria Champagne
All fruits were purchased at our local farm market
Sprite

Feel free to use your own brands and put your own twist on this recipe! It’s not a perfect science. If you want more booze add more wine!! More wine is always good!

What you’ll need:

1/2 Bottle of White White
1/2 Bottle of Champagne
1 cup of fruit punch
1 handful of Blueberries
1 handful of champagne grapes
1/2 of a grapefruit sliced
1 lemon thinly sliced
Juice if half of a lemon
1 Bottle of sprite
(Subitutes: club soda, tonic, or carbonated  water)

Preparation:

Slice grapefruit and lemons and set aside.
Wash berries and set aside

Directions:

Combine half Bottle of white wine, champagne, fruit punch and sprite in a large jug.
Add berries to your liking
Add lemons and grapefruit
Stir and put in fridge to chill
Citrus Sangria
Serve cold or over ice. Enjoy with friends or drink it alone. I won’t judge you.
Hope you enjoy whats left of the warm and have a fun, safe fabulous weekend.

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