Recipe by Nif
Clericó a popular fruity punch consumed in vast measures, much like sangria, during the summer months on the breezy coast of Uruguay. The calories from the wine don't count because of all the healthy fruit! I didn't include the time for the drink to sit and "marinate"! Enjoy!
Directions See How It's Made
- Remove the skin of all the fruits and cut the fruit into small pieces. Put the fruit in a large bowl and cover the fruit with the sugar.
- Pour enough wine to cover the fruit and sugar and place bowl in the fridge.
- Leave it for at least 2 hours (longer preferred), and then mix it with the rest of the wine. Serve each drink with some fruit in the glass.