Fall is the time of year when apples are in abundance making them the perfect fruit to use in a festive autumnal apple sangria drink. This recipe transitions the popular summer cocktail for fall with richer liqueurs, aromatic spices and seasonal fruit.
This White Wine Fall Sangria recipe by Salt and Wind calls for freshly sliced Pink Lady and Granny Smith apples sliced along with oranges and lemon. The fruit is added to two bottles of white wine mixed with Pisco brandy, orange liqueur, ice, honey and cinnamon sticks. The cocktail requires approximately four hours of resting time in the fridge so that the fruits can release their juices into the boozy base. The addition of apples, cinnamon and darker liqueur makes this sangria more robust in taste.