Entertaining at Home: Sangria Three Ways

Summertime entertaining means providing your guests with deliciously fresh ingredients and refreshing beverages they can enjoy for hours on end. For our August entertaining piece in San Diego Magazine we created an at-home paella party {stay tuned later this week for the recipe!} and made sangria three ways. A simple, yet classic recipe with the Valley & Co. twist, this can be made in batches well in advance. Serve up carafes with this goodness at your party or bring a covered carafe with a recipe tag as a hostess gift.

Sangria, Three Ways

White Wine Sangria:
2/3 cup white sugar | orange slices | lime slices | lemon slices | diced green apples |
½ liter of club soda | 1 bottle Chardonnay

Red Wine Sangria:
1½ cups rum | ½ cup white sugar | 1 cup orange juice | lemon slices | orange slices |
lime slices | 1 bottle dry red wine (try a Spanish rioja)

Rosé Sangria:
½ liter club | soda | sliced nectarines | green apple cubes | lemon slices | lime slices |
orange slices | 1 bottle dry French rosé

Mix each in a carafe, refrigerate overnight, and serve with ice.



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