Autumn Harvest White Sangria

Picture by: Monica Lensink

Whether you're enjoying a dinner party with friends or simply toasting to the end of a week, a glass of wine is always welcome. But sometimes you want that glass to be a little more celebratory. Thanks to this fall sangria, you can upgrade your favorite vino with the best flavors of fall.

Picture by: Monica Lensink

You can enjoy this fall drink any day of autumn, but because this recipe yield several servings, all kinds of sangria are especially perfect for a special event. To get your Halloween party started, prepare a pitcher of this white sangria to serve your guests. 

After all the Halloween treats and and Halloween appetizers, they'll definitely be craving something to quench their thirst. If you're in charge of this year's Thanksgiving menu, this drink idea would be a yummy addition to your holiday menu.

Thanks to Monica Lensink for this delicious Sangria recipe. 
You can find the original source here.


1 750 ml bottle white wine
1 cup apple cider
1 Granny Smith apple
1 honey crisp apple
1 Bartlett pear
1/4 cup pomegranate seeds
1 750 ml bottle Prosecco or sparkling white wine
fresh rosemary and cinnamon sticks to garnish (optional)

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1. In a large pitcher, combine one bottle of white wine with the apple cider. Core and chop the apples and pear into small chunks (no need to peel), then stir them in along with the pomegranate seeds. Let chill in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour, up to overnight.

2. When ready to serve, pour individual glasses leaving 1”-2” of room in each. Top with chilled Prosecco or sparkling white wine. Garnish as desired, and serve.

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