The Spanish Table’s Classic Sangria


This recipe appears in the July 2014 issue and was created by Ana Enriquez of The Spanish Table.

This is a light, refreshing sangria with a lower alcohol content.

Makes 12 8-ounce glasses

1 lime

1 lemon

2 oranges

1 grapefruit

2 apples, cored

1 magnum (1½ liter) wine, red or white

1 can (12-ounce) lemon-lime or grapefruit soda

Quarter the citrus fruit and put in a 2-liter pitcher. Crush it with a pestle. Quarter and add apples and wine. Put in the refrigerator.

When ready to serve, add the soda. Pour into 8-ounce or larger sangria glasses filled with ice.

The Spanish Table is located at 109 North Guadalupe Street in Santa Fe. 505.986.0243. The 63rd Annual Traditional Spanish Market will be in full swing from July 25 to 27.

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