History For Grand Marnier White Sangria
Traditionally, red wine is used to make sangria.
Sangria’s origins can be traced back to Portugal and Spain.
The recipes for this wine-based fruit punch, which is produced using local fruits and berries, vary from region to region and season to season.
Ingredients For Grand Marnier White Sangria
- 1 750ml Bottle White Wine I used a sauvignon blanc
- 2 Ounces Grand Marnier Orange Liqueur
- 2 Ounces Simple Syrup Amount of sweetener varies depending on the wine
- 1 Mango 1/2-inch dice
- 1/2 Cup Fresh Raspberries
- 1 Orange Sliced
- 1 Lemon Sliced
- 1 Plum Sliced
- Sparkling Water I used Topo Chico
- Mint Leaves
Instruction For Grand Marnier White Sangria
- Combine all of the ingredients in a pitcher or carafe and refrigerate for several hours.
- Fill a glass halfway with diced fruit and berries, pour sangria over the fruit, and top with sparkling water. (Ice isn’t required)
Nutrition Info For Grand Marnier White Sangria