By MeliBug on October 12, 2007
Photo by MeliBug
Photo by MeliBug
"This is a delicious sangria! Perfect for the summer or a girlie get together! your guests will love it! I would suggest thinking twice about the vanilla bean seeds because they can be a bit of a turn off for some people since they look like little black things floating around.... and if u want to make a fuller pitcher, add a 3rd bottle of Riesling or extra fruit!"
Serving Size: 1 (298 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"To heck with this being a summer drink.....this is my new friend! Talk about yummy! I didn't have access to a vanilla bean, so I can't say I have fully experienced this recipe, but what I did ekspeariensh wath kwi dewishus.....(i dwank da ho ting by mysef)....hee hee. Thanks."
"This was the best sangria that I have tried from this site so far. The vanilla bean gives it a unique and delicate twist. I could not find raspberries, so I just used strawberries with great results. Thank you."
"My daughters and I love this! Did fresh peaches last time, used frozen this time. We think it is a real winner."
"I skipped the vanilla bean and used frozen berries and peaches. It saved some time cleaning and cutting up fruit so the recipe wend together quickly and was delicious! I've made it many times and it is always a hit."
"Everybody just loved this drink and the raspberry ice cubes were a hit too! Thanks."
"Wow! This was super yummy! I think the peach schnapps is the "secret ingredient" here. I did not use the vanilla bean, and used a sauterne for the wine (so I left out the sugar). The flavors all work really well together. Don't forget to eat the yummy fruit afterward (even the lemon)!"
"I haven't even tried this yet, but I am so excited! I like sangria, but I really don't like most red or white wines, but I do have an affinity for riesling. I am so excited to try this sangria with riesling and really think it will be nice and sweet. I'll report back with good news I'm sure!"