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A refreshing mixed berry sangria recipe which is loaded with fresh berries! Perfect for your spring/summer gatherings with friends and family!
Who’s ready for summer which is just around the corner! I know I am because I love summer, it always means having a blast and doing a lot of fun activities outdoors.
With the warmer weather fun cocktails start to come into play, like a delicious sangria. During the spring and summer, we are always having friends and family over and we love to enjoy a cocktail or two. It’s always so much fun and relaxing.
I am going to share with you today the easiest and tastiest sangria! It’s perfect for your summer gatherings or even for Cinco de Mayo. I cannot believe how quickly April has gone by! Let’s welcome May with a bright and cheery sangria cocktail.
With the spring weather we always enjoy having friends and family over to soak in the sun and have a great time! I really wish we had made this mixed berry sangria recipe last year. It would have been a huge hit with everyone. As my brothers love to play catch in our backyard, which is a decent size for the area we live in, I could easily see myself sipping on this while watching them! Good times, my friend.
Even though Cinco de Mayo is on a Tuesday, we are going to sit back and relax with a glass or two of this sangria! With the weather being nice this week, we can definitely get a chance to enjoy it outside and talking about great things.
We usually do not do anything special for Cinco de Mayo besides enjoying delicious food and sangria. We most certainly will be making this mixed berry sangria. It’s so good and refreshing!
As with all sangria recipes, you will need to allow the wine and fruit sit together and mingle for a little bit. I like to make it ahead of time, the night before is perfect! Of course, you are allowed to test it the night you are making it. As a great host or hostesses, you have to make sure everything tastes great! 😉
For this sangria recipe, I used Arbor Mist Strawberry Margarita and Strawberry Moscato. Feel free to use and white wine or any Arbor Mist flavored wine.
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- 1 pound fresh strawberries, hulled and washed
- 6 ounces fresh blueberries, washed
- 6 ounces fresh blackberries, washed
- 2 bottles white wine
- ½ cup ginger ale
- Add your fresh mixed berries to a large pitcher, pour in the wine and allow the mixture to sit in the overnight for 4 hours. Overnight is best.
- Before serving, mix in the ginger ale.