Fruit-Tea Sangria

Fruit-Tea Sangria: A refreshing drink for anyone who can use a drink!

Fruit-Tea Sangria: A refreshing beverage for anyone who can use a drink!

Do you know of someone who loves wine, and most often requires it after chasing two-year olds* around all day? Then this is where you can come to their rescue!

To use my label, simply print, cut and glue it to a bottle.

To use my label, simply print, cut and glue it to a bottle.

Sangria is a fruit infused wine which is traditionally made with fresh fruit. However, one very unique twist with this food gift idea is to use an herbal fruit tea which has an intense, flavorful and aromatic combination of dried fruit and herbs. Preparing the drink is simple, and if you put it in a pretty flip-top bottle with your own custom label (feel free to use mine!), it makes for a beautiful gift that takes on both the unique flavors of the tea and wine.

*this does not necessarily imply small children.

Fruit-Tea Sangria

Yield: 750 ml

Active Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 32 minutes

750 ml (1 bottle) Sauvignon Blanc white wine
4 tbsp. loose fruit herbal tea (I recommend “Guava Cadabra” by David’s Tea, “Sweet Fruit Garden” by Teavana, or “Wild Berry Zinger” by Celestial Seasonings)

1) Add fruit tea to wine and mix. Allow to sit at room temperature for 30 minutes.
2) Chill before serving, and, if desired, serve strained.

Gifting Idea:

Transfer wine to a decorative serving bottle or pitcher. Add a pretty bow and apply your own personalized label.

Make your own fun labels to personalize the gift even more.

Make your own fun labels to personalize the gift even more.

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