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  • Heidi Hill

    FallSangria

  • Paper Monkey Press

    or maybe Fig Sangria? Fall Sangria: fresh figs, warm spices and orange zest.

  • Jamie Tarbell

    Fall Sangria recipe. #drinks

  • Chris Kidd

    Fall Sangria with figs | Dessert For Two - Ingredients 1½ cups light red wine (I used Pinot Noir) ¼ cup Cointreau (orange liquor) 2 3″ strips orange zest ¼ teaspoon cinnamon ⅛ teaspoon ground ginger 8 whole fresh figs, chopped ½ cup sparkling wine for topping (I used Brut Rose)

  • Jenna Christine

    fall sangria: 1.5c red wine .25c cointreau, 2 orange zest strips, .25 tsp cinnamon, .125 tsp ground ginger, 8 chopped figs, .5c sparkling wine adult beverage menu! #BHGREparty

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