Key Lime Sangria Recipe

Key limes are tiny little times that are found on Key West, Florida. The tiny key deer are very cute down there too! This key lime sangria is wonderful with Chardonnay - it's even better if you can get your hands on some Key Lime Wine!

Key Lime Sangria Recipe


3 key limes
1 glass Chardonnay (or key lime wine)

Key limes are very tiny, so they can be hard to cut into wheels. I'll usually make an attempt to wheel one of them just for the edge-of-glass display. The rest I'll just cut in half and plunk into the glass. Fill the glass with Chardonnay. This works best with a fruity Chardonnay rather than a minerally Chardonnay.

If you have access to Florida wineries - either in person or via the internet - track down some Key Lime wine! It's very tasty and it works perfectly as a sangria base.


To turn this into a party sangria recipe, there are usually four large glasses of wine in a 750ml bottle of wine. Simply multiply all ingredients by four and use a full bottle of wine in a large pitcher or bowl.

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