A Joyous Blend You Can Raise A Glass To

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A Joyous Blend You Can Raise A Glass To

(NAPSA) - One way to discover the meaning of 'gioia di vivere,' Italian for 'joy of living,' is to mix up a pitcher of Sangria. While typically a Spanish drink, why not try an Italian twist on this classic cocktail? There are many delights that pair well with this unique Sangria, such as cheese, olives or prosciutto that can transform your patio into a classic Italian terrazza.


No need to waste time away from your guests (over 21 years old) mixing individual cocktails. The blend of aromatic herbs and spices in Martini & Rossi vermouth does the work of adding all the flavor, while fresh fruits serve as the finishing touch that will liven up any warm-weather bash.


The vermouth is traditionally enjoyed before a meal, and its popularity continues to grow due to the resurgence of classic cocktails, but it's a delicious addition to these Sangria recipes.

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A Joyous Blend You Can Raise A Glass To

(NAPSA) - One way to discover the meaning of 'gioia di vivere,' Italian for 'joy of living,' is to mix up a pitcher of Sangria. While typically a Spanish drink, why not try an Italian twist on this classic cocktail? There are many delights that pair well with this unique Sangria, such as cheese, olives or prosciutto that can transform your patio into a classic Italian terrazza.


No need to waste time away from your guests (over 21 years old) mixing individual cocktails. The blend of aromatic herbs and spices in Martini & Rossi vermouth does the work of adding all the flavor, while fresh fruits serve as the finishing touch that will liven up any warm-weather bash.


The vermouth is traditionally enjoyed before a meal, and its popularity continues to grow due to the resurgence of classic cocktails, but it's a delicious addition to these Sangria recipes.

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Instructions
Torino Sangria
  1. Combine Martini & Rossi Extra Dry vermouth, cranberry juice, brandy and sugar in a large pitcher; stir until sugar is dissolved. Chill until ready to serve. Stir in sliced fruit and sparkling water. Serve over ice.
  2. Makes 8 Servings
Monviso Sangria
  1. Combine first five ingredients in a large pitcher and stir in fruit. Chill until ready to serve (24 hours, if possible). Just prior to serving, stir in lemon-lime soda. Pour over ice in tall glasses.
  2. Makes 8-10 Servings.
Notes

The iconic winemaker has created a number of easy and elegant Sangria recipes (www.martini.com).

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