White Christmas Sangria
Updated: Jun 22
Looking for a light, sweet, and festive sangria to serve guests over the holidays? This easy-to-make white wine sangria is sure to impress.
Photo courtesy The Chunky Chef
This festive Christmas sangria is brimming with holiday cheer. For best results, don't rush it. Allow time for the sangria to chill before serving. This will ensure the fruit is infused into the sangria so it embodies a sweet and mellow taste. This cranberry-apple sangria is featured in Episode 3 of Moms Sipping Sangria.
1 bottle (25 oz) white wine (I usually use pinot grigio)
1 bottle (25 oz) sparkling white grape juice or sparkling apple cider
3/4 cup cranberries, whole
1/3 cup cranberries, halved
1/2 cup seedless green grapes, halved
2 Granny Smith apples, cored and chopped
2 - 3 rosemary sprigs
club soda, to top off drinks
light corn syrup, for glasses
coconut flakes, for glasses
Add all ingredients except club soda, corn syrup, and coconut flakes into a large pitcher and stir to combine.
Cover and refrigerate 4 hours or more.
Drizzle some light corn syrup in a shallow bowl, and add some coconut flakes to another shallow bowl. Dip the rims of stemless wine glasses into the corn syrup, then into the coconut flakes.
Serve the chilled sangria in the prepared glasses, making sure to get some fruit in each glass. Garnish with another rosemary sprig if desired, and top each glass off with a splash of club soda for some extra bubbles!
Anita & Sheila ~ Moms Sipping Sangria
White Christmas Sangria is featured in Episode 3 which is currently available for streaming on your fave podcast app. Don't have a a podcast app? No problem! Listen here.
3. Tech-based Life Hacks: Advice from Technology Expert Marc Saltzman
Crunched for time as daily tasks seem to multiply right before your very eyes? We chat with technology evangelist, journalist, author, TV and radio personality Marc Saltzman. This expert reassures us that there is no shortage of apps and tech-related life hacks to help save you time, money, aggravation or all of the above.