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The Best Sangria Recipe

When buying wine for sangria, go for lower-quality bottles: a magnum of Charles Shaw cabernet sauvignon will do you just...
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When buying wine for sangria, go for lower-quality bottles: a magnum of Charles Shaw cabernet sauvignon will do you just fine for sangria purposes, and you don’t want to waste the flavors of a high-quality bottle of red by splashing a bunch of fruit and brandy in it.

Ingredients

  • 1 magnum bottle of cheap red wine
  • ½ Cup brandy
  • Slices of 1 orange
  • Slices of 1 apple
  • Slices of 1 peach
  • Rounds of 1 lime
  • A few strawberries, sliced
  • A handful of blackberries

Directions

Stir ingredients together in a container that can seal tightly. Let stand for 24 hours, then serve.

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