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But do you know how much I love Lambrusco? It’s a sparkly semi-sweet Italian red wine that’s perfect for basically all occasions, but (in my humble opinion) is grossly underrated. Thank goodness for the wonderful and totally lovely Kit Graham of The Kittchen. She’s got us covered with THE perfect Lambrusco Sangria with amazing seasonal ingredients, and I, frankly, can’t think of anything better to serve for the holidaze!


Lambrusco Sangria

  • 1/2 of a Granny Smith Apple
  • 1 Tangerine
  • 1/3 cup Whole Cranberries
  • 1/2 cup Orange Juice
  • 1/3 cup Brandy
  • 1 bottle Dry Lambrusco, chilled
  • Ice

For the full recipe and instructions, you must visit Kit over at The Kittchen!!


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White Cran Rosemary Christmas Sangria

I’ve made homemade, from-scratch sangria exactly one time in my life. It was for my BFF, Liz, on her birthday, and it took kind of a long time for a thirsty crowd. I think the worst part was that I had to make simple syrup on the stove…in August.

This sangria doesn’t require any simple syrup – just a bit of sugar. It looks so fantastic and refreshing!

Rosemary Cranberry White Sangria


Because sangria, as the author of the original post notes, is “pretty much chop, pour, stir, get drunk,”  I’m not going to list the ingredients. Please visit Stoned Kitchen for the full sangria recipe and instructions.

White Cranberry Sangria

Cranberry Rosemary White Sangria



Images courtesy of Stoned Kitchen

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