Agua Frescas are non-alcoholic drinks hailing from Mexico and means “fresh waters” in Spanish. This version of agua fresca uses grapes and can be topped with sparking water for a lighter flavor and taste.
Recipe comes courtesy of Grapes from California.
To make the fresh grape juice, puree 6 cups seedless red California grapes in a food processor or blender and strain through a fine sieve. It will make about 2 cups of juice.
Combine the grape juice, sugar and lime juice in a pitcher and stir well. Serve over ice with lime slices and sparkling water if desired.