This fruity red, blue and white wine sangria mocktail recipe is festive and so perfect for the 4th of July! It can be made in under 10 minutes and will be a crowd pleaser.
Red, Blue and White Mocktail
I’ve been wanting to make a white wine sangria for you guys for awhile now. Since it’s the time for celebrating our countries freedom, I decided to make it a bit more festive!
You could easily change out the strawberries and blueberries for lemons, pears and pineapple to keep it all white. To change up the red, white and blue theme you could also add raspberries and blackberries instead of watermelon and blueberries.
Be sure to check out all our 4th of July food ideas for great accompaniments. Or you could just give these gluten-free apple pie mason jars a try. They go great with this mocktail recipe and some fireworks!
What is a good white wine for sangria?
We recommend using a truly 0.0% non-alcoholic white wine for this recipe. Since you are adding in plenty of fruit, it doesn’t need to be an overly expensive variety.
Both work great in our recipe as well as this watermelon and honeydew sangria recipe from my friend Eden at Sugar and Charm. It is super simple to make it non-alcoholic with the right 0.0% wine.
How to make it
Can you make white sangria ahead of time?
Absolutely! This is best when left to deepen the flavors for at least 30 minutes. If you can let it rest in the refrigerator for a few hours or overnight, the taste is even better.
How do you store sangria?
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Red, Blue and White Wine Sangria
- 1 bottle 750 ml white wine non-alcoholic
- 1 bottle 750 ml sparkling pineapple, pear or apple cider
- 2 C seedless watermelon cubed
- 1 C strawberries sliced
- 1 C blueberries
- 2 green apples
- Add all fruit but the green apple to your glass pitcher
- Slice the green apples horizontally about 1/2 inch thick so that you get a pretty star shape in the middle, remove any seeds carefully
- Using a star cookie cutter, cut out star shapes from the sliced apple disks
- Add the extra pieces of apple that came off the stars into the pitcher
- Add the non-alcoholic wine to the pitcher
- Next, add the sparkling cider
- Top with your apple stars, saving one for each glass to serve