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Watermelon Sangria

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So fun, so refreshing, and perfect for summer!

Ingredients

  • 1 whole Medium Seedless Watermelon, Washed
  • 6 bottles (750 Ml Bottles) Rose Wine, Chilled
  • 1 bottle (750 Ml Bottle) Champagne, Sparkling Wine, Or Moscato, Chilled

Preparation

Note: This make a large quantity and serves 18-24 people! It can easily be cut in half.

Several hours before serving, slice 2-3 inch slabs of rind from around the outside of the watermelon, making sure there’s plenty of red fruit attached. Slice the rind into 2-inch strips, then cut the strips in the other direction to make large chunks. Add the chunks into a large vat and add the rose wine. Cover the vat and stick it in the fridge to let it chill for at least 6 hours—more if you can!

Right before serving, stir in the chilled Champagne, sparkling wine, or moscato.

Serve in wine glasses…and use tongs to remove individual pieces of fruit. Yum!

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Jan Brownd on 5.23.2014

Yum!

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Kelly on 8.3.2014

I made this last weekend for a family celebration and it was amazing – we got so many compliments on how good it was, I lost count! I used Pinot Grigio instead of rose and it turned out great. People really enjoyed eating the watermelon after the wine was gone too! I will definitely be making this again. Thank you!!!

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