This quick and easy orange and raspberry White Sangria is the perfect cocktail for summer gatherings.
Can you even handle the prettiness? Not sure if that’s even a word but like OMG. This super easy White Sangria is gonna be on repeat all summer long. It’s light, fresh, and oh-so refreshing.
Fun fact. Did you know that I love, like LOVE Prosecco? If we’re out to dinner it’s often my go-to drink over a glass of wine. It’s pretty much the only time I like bubbles in my drink. And I love how it’s used in this recipe.
What kind of wine should I use in a White Sangria?
The good news is, it’s pretty flexible in terms of what you use. However, I find in this recipe you can use any crisp Sauvignon Blanc and any Prosecco that you like and it’ll be just great.
Here’s what I used below. I got them both at Trader Joe’s but they can be found at most liquor stores.
You might notice a pattern here. I don’t post a lot of cocktails. Not for any reason other than we don’t drink a lot of cocktails. Once a year, one of our closest family friends comes out to visit. If you’ve been here a while you may remember her as Cheri Chicago. She’s my mom’s best friend and like a second mother to me. Every time she comes to town one of her favorite things to do together is my Instagram Live! And she ALWAYS wants to make a cocktail. 🍹 Last year we made this incredible Grapefruit Crush which you guys loved, and this year we’re making this White Sangria!
Can I add any fruits I like?
Go for it! I love the color combo of the oranges, raspberries and green grapes, but you’re in charge!
- 1 bottle Sauvignon Blanc (I used Ferrari Carano Fume Blanc)
- 1 bottle Prosecco (I used Cecilia Beretta)
- 1/2 cup St. Germaine (can get at any liquor store)
- 6 ounces raspberries
- 1 orange, sliced
- 1 large handful of green grapes
- fresh mint for garnish
- Pour the chilled wine and Prosecco into a large glass pitcher. Add the St. Germaine and stir.
- Add the raspberries, sliced orange and grapes to the mixture. Let pitcher sit in the fridge for 30 minutes or up to 8 hours. Serve with ice or without and garnish with fresh mint!