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first_imgHome Industry News Releases Celebrating National Sangria Day in December Now Makes Sense with This Winter-Friendly…Industry News ReleasesWine BusinessCelebrating National Sangria Day in December Now Makes Sense with This Winter-Friendly California Red Apple Sangria RecipeBy Press Release – December 7, 2020 214 0 Email Twitter Share AdvertisementMore Fabulous Recipe Ideas in Wine Institute’s Free California Wine Cocktails for the Holidays eBookSAN FRANCISCO — It’s ironic that National Sangria Day is celebrated in the dead of winter, when it’s traditionally considered a summer sipper. But Wine Institute’s California Red Apple Sangria—spiced up with cozy cinnamon sticks—reinvents the drink so that celebrating it on Dec. 20 suddenly makes sense. While mulled or sparkling wines often come to mind for the holidays, the California Red Apple Sangria makes for a surprising and festive alternative for gatherings by the fire.California Red Apple Sangria: California red wine and apple cider get a spicy twist with cinnamon and fresh fruit slicesINGREDIENTS1 750-ml bottle medium-bodied Californiared wine, such as Pinot Noir or Grenache2 cups apple cider1 cup fresh orange juice2 apples, sliced1 orange, sliced3 cinnamon sticksMaple syrup to sweeten, optionalFOR SERVING1/4 cup brown sugarOrange wedgeApple slices, orange slices and cinnamonsticks for serving.DIRECTIONSAdd the wine, cider, juice, apple slices, orange slices and cinnamon sticks to a large pitcher and stir to combine. Taste and add 2-3 tablespoons of maple syrup to sweeten if desired. Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes or up to 5 hours. When ready to serve, add the brown sugar to a small plate. Rim each glass with the orange wedge and dip it in the brown sugar to coat. Fill glasses with ice and fill with sangria. Top with fresh apple and orange slices and a cinnamon stick for garnish.This drink is best with these California red wines:PINOT NOIR – Pinot Noir’s juicy cherry flavors and floral notes complement hints of earth and leather for a wine that is at turns delicate, rich, silky, subtle – and always intriguing. A cool-climate grape, it does exceptionally well in California’s breezy coastal regions.GRENACHE – Versatile and medium-bodied, Grenache is one of the most widely planted grapes in the world. Its great range of flavors—from red raspberry, cherry and blackberry to hints of earth—makes it perfect as a stand-alone varietal or as part of classic Rhône style blends.Other great entertaining recipes in the free California Wine Cocktails for the Holidays eBook include:California Gold Rush: An herbaceous blend of California Chardonnay, lemon juice and lemon-thyme honeyWest Coast Warm Winter Wine: A fruit-forward spin on mulled wine, accented with pomegranate and fresh citrusCranberry Rosé: Dry California pink wine meets cranberry juice and orange bitters Vineyard Mule: A refreshing take on the Moscow Mule, featuring California white wineRaspberry Port Sparkler: California port-style wine and bubbles mingle with muddled raspberriesRed Wine Hot Chocolate: Luscious chocolate and full-bodied California red wine chase away winter chillsTo download a free copy of “California Wine Cocktails for the Holidays,” visit http://discovercaliforniawines.com/holiday-cocktailsAdvertisement TAGSWine Institute Linkedin Facebook ReddIt Previous articleWillamette Valley’s Bryn Mawr Vineyards Retains Palmateer Wine GroupNext articleBaghera/Wines Sells 2020’s Most Expensive Wine Press Release Pinterestlast_img read more