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A bottle of Chardonnay, some Grand Marnier, lemonade concentrate, luscious fresh fruit and more makes for the best White Wine Sangria!White Wine Sangria | White wine, lemonade concentrate, Grand Marnier, fresh fruit and more make for the perfect summer sangria!

White Wine Sangria: Perfect Party Refreshment

It’s party time!  My sister, Maddy, came to town from Denver to sell her one of a kind jewelry made from vintage pieces.  I invited my friends and neighbors to come and see her baubles and have a bite to eat.  Another one of my sisters, Mary, flew in from Seattle to join the fun.  I enjoy serving a signature drink and with the weather cooperating for a change.

We had a lovely sunny day for the event, and a glass of white wine sangria sounded perfect. For autumn gatherings, an apple cider sangria is a delicious option!

White Wine Sangria | White wine, lemonade concentrate, Grand Marnier, fresh fruit and more make for the perfect summer sangria!

Maddy’s Creations:

If you’re in the Denver area you can find Maddy’s jewelry  at The Perfect Petal and Posh in Larimer Square or check out her website.

 Mary, me, Maddy

Mary is wearing a dress she made using fabric designed by Maddy



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White Wine Sangria

A tasty white wine sangria filled with fruit

  • Author: Liz Berg
  • Yield: 12 or more
  • Category: Drinks


From my friend, Sally Gray

  • 1 bottle (750 ml) dry white wine (I used Chardonnay)
  • 1 can (6 ounces) frozen lemonade concentrate
  • 1/2 cup light rum
  • 1/2 cup orange liqueur (I used Grand Marnier)
  • 1 can (15.25 ounces) pineapple tidbits in natural juices
  • 1 large Granny Smith apple, diced
  • 16 ounces lemon-lime soda
  • Strawberries and orange slices to garnish


  1. In a large pitcher, combine wine, lemonade concentrate, rum, orange liqueur, and pineapple with its juice. Dice apple about the same size as the pineapple and add to sangria. Refrigerate at least 2 hours.
  2. Before serving, add soda. Garnish glasses with orange slices and strawberries if desired.




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27 comments on “White Wine Sangria”

  1. Your sister’s jewelry is beautiful! I have been searching for a great white sangria recipe – and now have found one!

  2. I LOVE Sangria — looks amazing!!!

  3. I love white sangrias… lovely and refreshing. I need to check out your sister’s website. Those bangle bracelets on the top picture are so pretty!

  4. Great job on this! I just made peach….. last week… but love the refreshing presentation here! Bet it didn’t last long and you girls look like you had a great time together!

  5. this looks wonderful! I will definitely be saving this recipe for my next get together!

  6. This White Wine Sangria makes a refreshing drink! Lizzy, you are beautiful!

  7. While the beer drinkers were over for a BBQ yesterday this would have been perfect for me. I need to save this recipe for when I want to kick my feet up and relax. Yummy!

  8. I’m always looking for something different to drink while my hubby and sons are drinking beer, and this looks like a great choice! Got to give this a try.

  9. Sangria…this is my fav party drink as well:-) Never tried the white wine sangria:-) I am gona make this for the next party:-)
    By the way the vintage jewellery’s looks adorable..

  10. Gorgeous Sangria….what beautiful pictures!!

  11. I love white wine, therefore, I would love this.

  12. This drink looks gorgeous! So fresh and tasty… perfect for the spring. Glad you had a wonderful time as well!

  13. How fun Lizzy, I would have come just for the jewelry, but after waiving that beautiful glass of Sangria, I would have come faster. Looks like some nice stuff, sounds like a fun way to spend the afternoon. You all look so pretty in the picture.

  14. Oooh yums. I would love to come to any party with that sangria!!

  15. Maddy’s work is gorgeous! I checked out her site and her paintings vaguely remind me of Gustav Klimt. So beautiful.

  16. Ooh, I like this non-red wine sangria! Looks delicious!

  17. This looks like a perfect party drink! Have fun with your sisters! Maddy’s jewelry is beautiful.

  18. I love sangria but I have never had a white wine sangria. I LOVE the sound of this!! Definitely my kinda drink.
    Loved your pictures too. Her jewelry is beautiful – so talented!!

  19. This has to be the prettiest glass of Sangria I’ve seen. Quite elegant and festive. Cheers!

  20. What a classy sangria! I love it! And beautiful presentation too! I can see that you are all very artistic in the family! Beautiful jewelry! 🙂

  21. Those pictures of your drink are fantastic.

  22. Smile! I miss Denver! I wish I was there. And I wish I was sipping on some of this Sangria! Your creations and your appreciation for good food and a full life are inspiring. And thank you for your kind words on my own blog…they made me smile. I hope you have a bountiful week!

  23. Your sangria looks refreshing and perfect for the spring! I hope you had fun with your family and friends!

  24. I love sangria, but have never tried white sangria. Looks so tasty! Thanks for sharing.

  25. Oooh, this one would be great linked in too. Food on Friday : Mocktails and Cocktails

  26. I am definitely going to try this one, Lizzy. I won’t be able to try all the links this week – would be flat on my face!

  27. Have to give this one a try.
    Fan of Sangria.

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