We enjoyed this version of sangria during a south-of-the-border potluck aboard Wind Dancer. It’s sweeter than my traditional Schulte Sangria, and it goes down like adult Kool-Aid. The mandarin oranges and pineapple at the bottom are delightful!
Serve this at your next Cinco de Mayo party.
1 can mandarin orange segments
1 can pineapple chunks
Several cups of fun, fruity juice, like pineapple passion fruit
In a large pitcher, dump the two cans of undrained fruit. Add the juice and then fill the pitcher with red wine. Rather than worrying about the fruit while you are drinking the sangria, let it sit on the bottom of the pitcher until you’re done. Then serve it in bowls with spoons (or fingers) to eat it.