ingredients
  • Red wine 1 bottle
  • Brandy 30 ml
  • Peach 2
  • Apple 1
  • Cinnamon 1 stick
  • Sugar 40 grams • 470 kcal
  • Orange 5
Calories refers to 100 gr of product

Sangria is an alcoholic drink typical of the Spanish tradition and it is known all over the world. To be served during lunches and dinners, but also as an aperitif and for theme parties, according to the original recipe it is made with seasonal fruit and red wine but the variations are endless. Among the most famous ones, there is Catalan white sangria created instead with sparkling wines and white wines. With an intense and warm taste but fresh and thirst-quenching, it is easy to prepare at home by following a few small tips and above all respecting the doses indicated by the original Iberian recipe.

How to prepare sangria: simple recipe

Pour their orange juice into a bowl and add a cinnamon stick. Wash and peel two peaches and cut them into small pieces. Add them to the orange juice with an orange and an apple cut into cubes. Pour in the brandy and add the brown sugar and red wine.

Let it rest in the refrigerator for at least five hours and serve your alcoholic drink with a few ice cubes, perhaps in a nice large jug to collect wine and fruit together. Accompany them with various appetizers, with fruit skewers or with a nice paella to recreate a perfect Spanish atmosphere in your home.

Preservation

Sangria can be preserved in the refrigerator for up to three days. But remember to remove the fruit from the wine to prevent it from softening too much and disturbing its overall flavor. You can also prepare it a day earlier than when you need to serve it, always letting it rest in the refrigerator