Watermelon Sangria


 (Jim Cottingham)

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What better way to kick off a summertime brunch than with a cool jug of your favorite sangria.  This recipe for Watermellon Sangria, created by the folks at the trendy restaurant Valanni, in Philadelphia, Pa., is a great drink to serve to friends.  Give yourself time to let it chill for the best tasting results.


  • 2 bottles rose wine
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 2 Oz. wild cherry brandy
  • 3 Oz. watermelon pieces (cubed into 1 inch chunks)


Step 1:

  • Blend in large container, and serve over ice in individual glasses garnished with a watermelon slice. Sangria can be stored in the refrigerator for three to four days.