A light and refreshing summer cocktail made with fresh fruit and Moscato wine.

Summer Moscato Sangria is an easy drink recipe packed full of fresh summer fruits soaked in a sweet moscato wine. It’s a beautiful and delicious cocktail for any party!

Prep Time: 15 Min Chill TIME: 2 hrs

2 bottles Moscato wine, 750ml each 2 Green apples, diced into small pieces 10 ounces Peaches, peeled and sliced, fresh or frozen 8 ounces Mango, fresh or frozen 16 ounces Strawberries, sliced 6 ounces Raspberries 6 ounces Blueberries 2 Lemons, sliced and cut into quarters 2 Limes, sliced and cut into quarters


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Step 1

Add fruit.  Add fruit to pitcher then pour the wine over the fruit.

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Step 2

Refrigerate. Place pitcher in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours.

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DO I NEED A CERTAIN BRAND OF WINE? No, you can literally use any of your favorite Moscato wine to make these summer sangrias. Just use what you enjoy the most, and you can’t go wrong. We have tried it with many different wines and have had great luck.  Just make sure to use a wine that you love to drink by itself. If you pick something you don’t like alone, you probably aren’t going to like it just because you added fruit to it. If you aren’t sure what you like, try hitting a wine tasting to get a feel for the different flavors out there.

HOW LONG DOES SANGRIA LAST IN THE FRIDGE? This Moscato sangria recipe will last 3 or 4 days in the fridge. How amazing is that? You can make up a batch or two and have it ready whenever a craving strikes. Or have it prepared before your party or gathering begins and grab it and serve when your guests arrive.  Keep in mind, for the easy sangria recipe to last 3 or 4 days; you can’t add any of the extra ingredients that make it fizzy. If you do, the pop or water will turn flat and will affect the flavor of your sangria. No one wants that to happen, so play it safe and just add it when serving if it’s something you want.

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