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White Sangria with Lemonade

Rated as 4.97 out of 5 Stars

"Wine, lemonade, liquor and fruit make this very tasty and easy to drink sangria. Use any mix of fruit you'd like. Soooo yummy! Beware! It's soooo easy to drink. If you like a less sweet drink, use club soda instead of soda."
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2 h 15 m servings 395
Original recipe yields 6 servings


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  1. Combine Chardonnay wine, pineapple chunks, lemonade concentrate, rum, triple sec, grapes, apple, orange, and lime in a large pitcher. Refrigerate at least 2 hours or overnight.
  2. Stir lemon-lime soda into pitcher just before serving.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 395 calories; 0.4 58.4 0.8 0 20 Full nutrition

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Yummy! This was a huge hit. Everyone loved it - the fruit chunks in the drink really make it unique. A definite keeper!

Great recipe. I used club soda for a lighter drink. Also used Pinot Grigio which worked well. Got lots of compliments.

I just made this tonight. It was sweet.. but it was delicious. Hands down it delicious. I wouldn't change anything and would make again.

Delicious! I don't like peach-based white sangrias so this was a great option! I used sliced pineapples in juice instead for less pulp. I made this the night before and added everything except f...

This was so delicious. I tripled the recipe and left out the lemon lime soda. I added some frozen mangos to it. There was nothing left to this. Beware, it's very easy to go down...and it's g...

This was wonderful. I tried it once and thought it was okay, I used a Moscato and no soda and I left the peels on all the fruit (except pineapple of course). I found this to be a bit bitter, I...

delicious! you could cut back on the fruit. I used lemon lime flavored seltzer, so no additional sugar and it was perfect.

I love this and everyone who tries it loves it, too. I didn't have grapes so I omitted them.

Yum! I used Pinot Grigio and stole an idea from another white sangria recipe by freezing the grapes ahead of time, then using some of them in place of ice cubes. Because some reviewers said this...