I made a non-alcoholic version for Easter Sunday supper. I used 64 ounces of white grape juice and added 4 strawberries which I quartered. This was sensational. My family raved about it and I am making another batch tomorrow. This is surely going to be my signature drink this summer.
Simi needed to take something to a beach themed party at work and this was just the thing. It was very refreshing and easy enough for her to make (she burns water). The only changes made were to slice some of the lemons and limes along with the apples and oranges, she used white peach grape juice, and added about a cup or so of red grape juice to make it a pretty pink shade. (10)
Great with good red wine too!
My guests could not believe that this refreshing punch was non-alcoholic. I left out the apple and the sugar and also put slices of lemon and lime in with the orange slices. The purple grape juice picked up the tartness of the citrus to make the taste buds come alive.
Delicious, refreshing, and colorful. We used white grape juice which seemed out of character for Sangria but did make a remarkable blend with the freshly-squeezed citrus, and it's so pretty in the glass! Made for Zaar World Tour 5.
Bueno! Yum! I halved the recipe and really enjoyed a cup or two! Pretty too! Thanks Lori! Made for the Epicurean Queens - Zaar World Tour 2009!
I enjoyed this refreshing drink. So easy and at the same time fancy to serve to your guests. Thank you for posting. Made for team "Cooks With Dirty Faces for ZWT5
I made half the recipe using a small apple, Splenda instead of sugar, and lite white grape juice to make it diabetic friendly. This made 2 days worth for me and I truly enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing the recipe Lori. Made and enjoyed for PAC Spring '09.
I made this for a party and several people ended up asking me for the recipe. I have a favorite Sangria recipe I use, but I also needed a non-alcoholic version to serve to those who don't drink. Everyone who tried it raved about it and was impressed and thankful that I took the time to make it instead of serving plain old soda or juice. I used white grape juice and let it sit in the fridge for a couple of hours so that the flavors could develop. Set out an ice bucket so that guests could add the ice themselves & so that the Sangria wouldn't get watered down. My 4yo helped me assemble it and had 2 glasses himself (in a special little glass which he loved). So pretty to look at too :). Thanks!
I used white grape juice and enjoyed the flavors! The kids thought they were drinking a "grown up" drink and the adults loved the change from pop and tea. Thank you Lori for a great recipe!