White sangria made with Moscato, pomegranate juice and fresh cherries is a great party drink and perfect made in big batches for all your Summer gatherings.
There are few drinks that scream Summer as much as Sangria does. It begs to be enjoyed on a hot, sunny day, preferably spent on the beach or overlooking the sea. Of course right now we are about as far away from hot Summer days as you can be which is why this recipe will be saved for Summer when nothing but sea, sand and sun will be filling my days.
However, for you lucky Northern Hemisphere peeps, this is the perfect drink to serve in abundance at social gatherings. I just find it so easy to drink, which is perhaps the only negative about this delectable white sangria. It’s far too easy to drink for too much of it. Nevertheless, I still love playing around with flavours and different fruit and I think this cherry pomegranate version is possibly my favourite.
I used 100% pomegranate juice which can be quite tart and decided that instead of using red wine, I would use a bottle of ice cold Moscato to make this pretty white sangria recipe. Not only is this one of my favourite wines to drink during Summer, it’s also perfectly suited to sangria recipes as it is light and I simply love the fizz it adds. I added chopped apples, orange wedges and fresh cherries which infused the sangria with their delicious fruitiness. Cheers!
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Cherry Pomegranate white sangria
- 2 Granny Smith Apples chopped
- 1 orange cut into wedges
- 1 punnet fresh cherries
- 1 x 750ml bottle Moscato
- 500 ml pomegranate juice
- ice cubes
- In a large jug, add the apples, orange and cherries.
- Add the ice then pour in the pomegranate juice.
- Top with the Moscato and stir before serving.