Basics of Champagne Sangria Recipes
I have resesarched and created over 100 Champagne cocktail recipes. I definitely adore Champagne and I love mixing champagne in with a variety of liqueurs to see what happens. With Champagne Sangria you get an even better challenge - add in fruits! Now you get the bubbly freshness of a sparkling wine, the rich flavors of a delicious liqueur or alcohol, along with the juicy goodness of ripe fruit. I'm not sure anything could be better than this.
The key when you make a Champagne sangria is to think about the timing. Usually with a sangria you want all the fruits and ingredients to soak overnight, so that the flavors of the fruits get out into the liquid area. However, with a bubbly wine, if you let it sit out overnight the bubbles would all go away! So this is a two part process. First, let everything except the bubbly wine sit together to join juices. Then, right before you're ready to serve the sangria, pop open the sparkling wine bottle and add that in. That way the bubbles are fresh and active.
One note here. When you open a Champagne or other sparkling wine bottle, the cork should always ease out of the bottle. It should come out slowly and gently with a "sigh". You don't want to lose or waste the bubbles!
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Note: I created these sangria recipes and have had them online for years. If you find similar sangria recipes elsewhere, it's because someone copied my idea. I do appreciate it when visitors write in to warn me about the plagiarism - but usually there's not much I can do about it! What's really funny is when they copy my design right down to my sangria pitcher. That's a bit much :)