Strawberry Mango White Sangria #SundaySupper

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Welcome to Sunday Supper! Our theme this week was Summer Chillin’, which means that everyone is bringing you a delicious recipe that is to be served cold. Sounds good to me!

June in NYC can be a bit odd – it starts with Needing a Sweatshirt to Go Outside and ends with Sweltering Humidity, Ugh, despite the temps not being all that high. Then July usually oscillates between Gorgeous Summer Days and Too Hot to Think Straight.

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I adore New York summers, and thanks to growing up in triple-digits-for-two-months Texas, I actually find summer up here to be quite tolerable – most days. There are a few days here and there where the temperature does rise uncomfortably high and pair that with the humidity up here? Ouch. You desperately need something chilled to drink.

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Enter this amazing, refreshing sangria that goes down a bit too easy and showcases beautiful summer fruit. I highly recommend this the next time you need a little cooling off. Enjoy!

Recipe notes: you can make this on the sweeter side or not. Choosing pinot grigio and lemon-lime soda will make it sweeter. Choosing sauvignon blanc and club soda will make it less so. You can go one or the other combination or mix it up in whatever way you want.

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And don’t forget to check out the rest of the fantastic chilled recipes from my Sunday Supper gang!

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Source: Mod Mex by Scott Linquist

1 small bunch of fresh mint
2 (750-milliliter) bottles of white wine, either pinot grigio or sauvignon blanc
1 large ripe mango, peeled and cubed
1 pint fresh strawberries, hulled and roughly chopped
1 Navel orange, sliced into rings, rings cut into halves or quarters if desired
1 lemon, sliced into rings
½ cup brandy
1 (12-oz) can lemon-lime soda or club soda

Add the mint to a large, glass pitcher. Use a wooden spoon to muddle and bruise the mint to bring out its flavor. Add the wine to the pitcher, then all the fruit and the brandy. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours. When ready to serve, add the carbonated beverage and serve over ice.

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93 responses to “Strawberry Mango White Sangria #SundaySupper

  1. We make strawberry sangria a lot but I’ve never thought to add mango, it sounds delicious!

    • Texan New Yorker

      It is!! I loved it. Thanks!

      I like your idea of all strawberry too, though. Maybe with rose wine?

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  6. I adore sangria and this sounds delish!

  7. Sangria is the best, and yours looks so refreshing!


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  9. Love the mint with all those great fruits! This looks perfect for a night on the patio…or really anytime. lol

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  13. So much fruity goodness!! I agree with ya that Sangria goes down a bit too easy! Looks fantastic!!

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  19. My favorite sangrias are ones packed with fruit! Yours is definitely a winner in my book!

    • Texan New Yorker

      Mine too! Thanks Liz! Oh, and I pinned your sour cream corn dip today – I can’t wait to make it!

  20. Sangrias have to be the most beautiful drink ever invented. Perfect for Summer.

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  23. I love your modern twist to a classic Mexican drink that is so refreshing I would drink it year round.

  24. I love how choked full of fruit this sangria is!! Perfect for Summer Chillin’

  25. This is right up my alley… now to find a replacement for the wine so I can drink it!

  26. What a fabulous pitcher of fruit, Julie! This is drink and fruit salad all rolled into one refreshing glass! Love it!

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  28. This is the second sangria recipe I’ve seen today but have never made one. Now I’ll have to try.

    • Texan New Yorker

      Thanks! Yes, you definitely need to make sangria sometime very soon, it’s soooo good. 🙂

  29. I’m doing a sangria bar for a bridal shower this weekend and I’m definitely going to take cues from this recipe for it! The mint is a great touch!

    • Texan New Yorker

      OMG, Can I come?!?!? I mean, I know I don’t know the bride from anywhere, but I’ll bring a gift! That’s so awesome!! I have never seen that at a bridal shower, and why not? So cool, she is a lucky bride to have you for a friend. 🙂

      Thanks Courtney!

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  31. Oh, I love sweet, thanks for the different options! The mango looks so good.

  32. YUM! I would take a pitcher of this to the beach or pool and sip on it all day long.

  33. Ughh, I complain about the heat here in Phoenix but I am thankful it’s not humid as well! Your sangria looks amazing!!!

  34. Pour me a giant glass of that, please!

  35. Sounds and looks wonderful. I must give this a try soon.

  36. I can just taste this from the photos! It looks so fabulous for a hot summer day!!

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  38. just love this!

  39. What a pretty pitcher picture! I love all that fruit! Hope you had a great 4th of July weekend. HUGS

    • Texan New Yorker

      Thanks Cheryl! Weather notwithstanding, weekend was great. Hope your 4th was awesome too. 🙂

  40. this looks so chill!

  41. The perfect chiller on a hot day! Love Sangria!

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  44. I love sangria! I’ve got two mangoes in my fridge that need to get used ASAP — I think I’ll use one of them in this sangria this weekend!

  45. I host a sangria party every summer, and I’m always looking for new and interesting sangria recipes. This is definitely going on the ideas list for this year!

    • Texan New Yorker

      Oh you are just awesome. If I lived near you, I’d probably be crashing, just sayin’! 🙂 Thanks Lori!

  46. I really prefer white wine sangrias, and your looks incredible!!! Great inspiration!

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  48. Oh that not only sounds wonderful, but looks gorgeous!!

  49. white wine and brandy??? count me in! love it! humidity= uncomfortable… agreed!

  50. So impressed , Julie. You really know your wines…Duly noted: Pinot for sweet, the sauvignon for the dry, right? And either way – it’s going to be pretty with the strawberries and mangoes.

    So interesting, too, how you for the most part find NYC summers tolerable. The humidity is very close to Tokyo whereas Texas (I thought) is a lot drier like Southern California….At any rate, I see you are definitely covered in the drink department no matter where you are!

    • Texan New Yorker

      Thanks! Yes, Pinot Grigio is sweeter, Sauvignon Blanc is a dry white.

      Yes, at least north Texas (where I grew up) is quite dry. Not as dry as desert areas for sure, but most definitely drier than NYC. Even with the bad humidity, NYC summers don’t seem too bothersome until it hits about 90 F, for whatever reason. (In the winter, though, I’m singing a different tune. Still not used to the cold…)

  51. Amy Kim (@kimchi_mom)

    I love, love, love sangria! And I especially love the summery touch of mint in yours!

  52. Yes, please I love sangria and your white sangria looks fantastic!

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