I love apples - as evidenced by yesterday's collection of apple related goodness - and apple season is finally here. Sangria is one of my favorite drinks - but it's usually reserved for summer. I had been playing with mixing bourbon and white wine when Jason suggested adding apple, and it clicked. A yummy apple sangria for fall. This is by far the best sangria we've made - I wanted to take more photos the next day as I took them as I poured us each a glass for Saturday night dinner, but we finished the entire pitcher that night.
What You'll Need
4 Apples of a variety of types and colors (I used Fuji, Pink Lady, Golden Delicious, and Gala)
1 Bottle Chardonnay (inexpensive)
1 Quart Apple Cider
Sliced your apples into thin slices and put into a large bowl. Peel your tangerine and put the slice in with the apple.
Serve with a few cubes of ice! Enjoy!