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Updated by lisa-winters87 on Feb 16, 2017
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Five Badass White Wine Sangrias to Beat the Winter Blues

Winter sucks. Frankly, it seems like a lot of this winter has been kind of a kick in the teeth. Don't you wish it was summer already? Well, the next best thing to actually being by the pool is drinking like you're by the pool. These five awesome white wine sangria recipes will help to lighten your mood and make you feel like summer is right around the corner!

White Wine Sangria

This is a recipe from Betty Crocker of all places. Yes, that Betty Crocker, the mainstay of every 1950s female stereotype. But actually Betty Crocker is an awesome resource for quick, easy recipes that taste delicious (they've saved my butt at parties more times than I can count!) Now that have an easy, fun sangria recipe that can be ready in less than 10 minutes!

White Peachy Sangria Recipe

This is one of the top-rated Sangria recipes on All Recipes. Allrecipes has provided me with more recipe ideas than I can count. This white wine sangria comes in at a perfect 5 stars for 133 reviews. That many people can't be wrong!

White Sangria

Rachael Ray's fruity and refreshing White Sangria recipe, from 30 Minute Meals on Food Network, is flavored with citrus, peaches, apples and raspberries. Okay, I know, now I'm pushing Rachel Ray? I'm a domestic goddess. Except I'm a guy in his 30s. But I love sangria. And this is good one!

White Wine Sangria Recipe

Raspberries, strawberries, honeydew, and watermelon soak in white wine for this refreshing summer beverage. This another awesome recipe from AllRecipes. I love fruit in sangria. This one makes some very interesting choices with honeydew and watermelon. But It makes for a delcious refreshing sangria, so who am I to complain!

Beer Sangria

Beer Sangria is, for better or worse, a truly American ingredient to include in sangria. It turns the conventional idea of a wine-based Sangria on its head, substituting beer for wine in a concoction that is much tastier than you might first think. The use of vodka in this recipe gives this drink an additional kick that makes it fun, and increases drunkenness