Ingredients15 m servings 210
- Stir white wine, rum, orange juice, and sugar together in a large pitcher until the sugar is dissolved; add apple, lemon, and lime slices. Gently stir lemon-lime soda into the wine mixture.
- Put frozen grapes into serving glasses and pour sangria over the grapes.
- Cook's Note:
- The flavors in this will intensify if refrigerated overnight before adding the soda, but it's not necessary.
Per Serving: 210 calories; 0.2 25.2 0.6 0 11 Full nutrition
ReviewsRead all reviews 13
Our favorite white sangria is mixed tableside at a local Spanish restaurant. They use brandy instead of rum, and leave a cinnamon stick in the pitcher. This actually measured up pretty well. I...
I served this recipe the 4th of July and it was well recieved. The only change I made was to soak the sliced fruit in the rum for a couple hours before mixing and serving. I'll serve this again...
I doubled this recipe and made it for a crowd at a BBQ I was hosting yesterday. It was awesome! I added slightly less rum than the recipe called for (1 cup in the doubled recipe) and I thought i...
Wanted to use up a dry wine that was not to my pallet. Well this recipe did the trick. I used the rum and followed exactly. At first it wasn't as sweet as I wanted, but it grew on me just fine. ...
Very clear sangria, not quite as "juiceful" as I'm used to, so added a little more orange juice. Otherwise it got great reviews from my guests!
Served it for guests who at first said they would have a beer, then opted for the white sangria. They finished the whole pitcher!
This is a very good recipe. Everyone I served it to really liked it a lot. I happened to see lemon rum in the liquor store, so I used that, and it worked really well. Gave it an interesting tast...
A crowd pleaser. made a few minor changes. used flavored seltzer instead of soda. Added A bit more sugar to make up for the lack of sugar from the soda. Cut rum in 1\2. I did freeze the grapes ...