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Taken from The GW Hatchet by Scott Figatner

It’s hardly summer in Spain until people are drinking tinto de verano outside. Tinto de verano is a popular drink where wine is mixed with lemon-lime soda. I wanted to combine the fruity flavor of Sangria, but also the light effervescence of tinto de verano. I made mine with strawberries— inspired by sangria I had in Seville—and also added kiwi, a popular fruit in my home stay. Blood orange soda, instead of lemon-lime, is a great and refreshing way to expand a bottle of wine.

Ingredients:

  • 1 bottle of a red wine you like (I used Evodia Calatayud red wine ’10)
  • 1 package of strawberries
  • 3 kiwis
  • 1 bottle of Lorina sparkling Italian blood orange juice

Directions:

  1. Quarter the strawberries and peel and slice the kiwis.
  2. Marinate the fruit in the red wine, refrigerating for 24-48 hours.
  3. Pour in the blood orange soda and serve with a strawberry or kiwi garnish.
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