Kiwi Summer Sangria

By Todd Fletcher

Cocktail of the week: Kiwi Summer Sangria recipe by Todd Fletcher, on MiNDFOOD.

This cocktail is full of nostalgic summer smells and flavours. Sangria is a traditional wine punch made in Spain and Portugal, it is of course made with red wine (the word sangria means “blood” in both languages), however this recipes uses white wine.

Combining fresh New Zealand fruit and an outstanding feijoa wine, it is uniquely Kiwi.

750ml feijoa wine

45ml Lemon Z (limoncello)

45ml Sourz Apple

500ml lemonade

500ml dry ginger ale

Strawberries

Nectarines

Kiwi Fruit

Apples

Ice

1 Chop up strawberries, apple, nectarines and kiwi fruit into small cubes. Put the fruit, Sourz Apple, Lemon Z and feijoa wine into a large pitcher or jug. Chill in fridge over night.

2 Add plenty of ice along with the lemonade and ginger ale and serve.

Glass:

Serve this stunning summer drink in a tall chilled glass.

Tips:


1
The fruit can, of course, be replaced or you can add your own favourites.


2
If you’re in a hurry and cannot chill the sangria over night, you can add the ice, lemonade and ginger ale straight away, just ensure everything is nicely chilled.


3
Although no garnish is specified a slice or wedge of lime could be added for extra zing.

To learn more about Todd “The Bar Guy” Fletcher see here.

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