This Sweet Fruit Sangria Incorporates White Wine and Fresh Berries

By: Misel Saban - Aug 20, 2015
References: cookieandkate & cookieandkate
If you're looking for a way to spice up a traditional fruit sangria recipe, this one by Cookie and Kate offers an unexpected twist by including watermelon and St. Germain liqueur to give the beverage an added aromatic flavoring. This white watermelon sangria would be ideal to make for a party or having a few friends stop by.

This recipe begins much like a traditional sangria cocktail with a bottle of wine and fruit. Start with white wine which will complement and enhance the light fruit flavor of the watermelon and mix in a quarter cup of St. Germain liqueur for a smokey taste. Cubed watermelon pieces, nectarines, berries and lime are added along with simple syrup to sweeten. Thanks to the watermelon, the white sangria takes on a rosy hue perfect for any garden party.