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Sangría (wine)
White Sangria
A beverage made from wine, fruit juices, soda water, and fruit. In addition, liqueurs and/or brandy may also be added to the mixture. It is served as a cold drink on ice, providing a cool and refreshing flavor. The word Sangría, which is a form of the Spanish word for blood, was used to describe the color of the dark red drink initially made with red wine. However, it is also commonly made with white wine to create a blend that is labeled Sangría Blanco or Zurra. Sangría is the perfect complement for Mexican foods and calamari.