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In a pitcher combine the wine, brandy, orange liqueur and sugar and stir until the sugar is dissolved. Stir in the orange juice and club soda. Add the orange and lemon slices, and chill. Serve over ice.
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By Mel Honey Rocks
Paso Robles CA
on May 11, 2013
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This is my goto Sangria! I have used both red and white wine with this and its a hit every time! I also started using pomegranate juice instead of orange juice just because I have so much of it. (Pomegranate Tree! I always keep the liquor on hand you just never know when a hot day will call for a cool drink! One other thing I also change is I do not add the 7-up or soda until I actually pour it into the glass. Serve the sangria mixture on the rocks and fill the glass about half full, then add the soda to fill it to the top. This is a very potent drink so it helps by adding soda to each glass and keeps the bubbles from fizzing out!
Long Beach, CA
on September 16, 2011
Ellie is the best! This is my go-to drink recipe for any "fancy" party! I love how fresh and drinkable it is, but it still packs a punch. I use tonic water instead of club soda and have added a few other fruits to up the pretty level. This is a great recipe!
on September 07, 2011
I've made a few white sangrias and this is by far my favorite. Other recipes I've made were good, but a bit heavy on the alcohol and resulted in people being bombed after a glass or two. This recipe is light in taste and alcohol and is perfect for a summer party. I chose to use the club soda over the lemon lime soda and followed the recommendations of other reviewers to use peach brandy in place of the brandy. Delicious!!
*I also used Ellie's red sangria recipe which is the same, except with red wine, excellent as well.
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