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The Spring Cocktail: White Sangria 

1 year Corporate, News

Oh, sweet spring… we leave our heavy coats behind and enjoy the delicious weather outside. It’s that perfect time of the year when you feel absolutely comfortable on a terrace: not too cold and not too hot. Days get longer and we enjoy after-work dates with friends until late.


If you’re looking for the perfect beverage to elevate your gatherings or unwind after a long day, look no further: Fabien Constanty from the Ingénieur en Saveur shares a delightful and enchanting White Sangria recipe.

Bursting with a harmonious blend of fruits, wine, and sweetness, sangria is a timeless classic that never fails to impress. Whether you’re hosting a soirée or simply indulging in a cozy night, this versatile cocktail is sure to become your go-to recipe. So, grab your pitcher, and let’s embark on a tantalizing taste journey with this irresistible White Sangria cocktail recipe. Cheers to good company and unforgettable sips!

The Recipe

For about 7 glasses you need 1 bottle of dry white wine, 1 sprig of rhubarb, strawberries, 1 lemon, fresh mint, 1 bottle of sparkling mineral water, and 100 grams of sugar (unrefined).

– Heat 2 dl of white wine with half of the diced rhubarb and half a lemon juice until it simmers. Turn off the heat and add half the mint, infuse for 30-45 seconds, and then remove.

– Strain the mixture into a bowl and add the remaining wine and rhubarb as well as the strawberries cut into small pieces. Put it in a cool place and let it macerate for several hours.

– Serve the spring white sangria in glasses with ice cubes, top with sparkling water (50% sangria 50% sparkling water), and garnish with the remaining mint.

Tip: For a stronger sangria add a dash of raspberry or apple brandy.

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