This refreshing Raspberry Sangria adds a sweet, tart, and citrusy finish to red wine with homemade Raspberry Simple Syrup to culminate into the perfect sip!
Author: Marley's Menu
Raspberry Simple Syrup
Dry Red Wine
Fresh Raspberries (1 cup)
and add them to a medium-sized pot over medium heat with the
Water (1/4 cup)
Granulated Sugar (1/4 cup)
Allow to simmer for about 5 minutes uncovered, so the raspberry flavor has a chance to infuse into the simple syrup and the sugar is completely dissolved.
Pour simple syrup into a glass through a sieve. Use a spatula to push down on the raspberries in the sieve, expressing as much raspberry juice as possible into the glass.
Allow to cool down to room temperature before adding to your Sangria. It should yield just enough simple syrup for this recipe.
in half and squeeze all of the juice from the orange into a tall pitcher. Slice your second orange into circular pieces, about 1/2-inch wide.
Add the sliced orange and
Fresh Raspberries (1/2 cup)
to the pitcher with your orange juice. Use a muddler or wooden spoon to press down on the fruit, expressing some extra juice from the orange slices and raspberries.
Add the raspberry simple syrup,
Triple Sec (1/4 cup)
Dry Red Wine (3 cups)
to the pitcher and stir.
Ice (1/2 cup)
just before serving in your favorite wine glass.
If you won’t be finishing the whole pitcher, add ice to each serving glass instead of the pitcher so you can save your leftovers without them getting watered down.
Nutrition Per Serving
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