I participated in an Influencer Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Eppa SupraFruta Sangria. I received product samples to facilitate to my review and a promotional item to thank me for participating.
Sangria is one of those drinks that I love. When I think of Sangria, I think of entertaining and enjoying it with good food and friends. Unfortunately, Sangria is one of those drinks that I never seem to make quite right – it always comes out a bit ‘off’ or tasting completely different from the last time I made it.
Luckily, I don’t have to give up having Sangria at home. Eppa SupraFruta Sangria has done all the work with both their Red Sangria and White Sangria.
Not only do they taste great, but the ingredients are impressive. I was impressed to learn that Eppa SupraFruta Sangria contains antioxidant-rich SuperFruit juices and is made from organically-grown grapes. The Red contains pomegranate, blueberry, blood orange and acai, while the White contains Mangosteen, peach, mango and Mediterranean blood orange juices.
These wines are a win-win for everyone. I don’t have to worry how my Sangria will turn out, and my guests can choose from two delicious sangria blends – Red or White.
You can even make the Eppa SupraFruta Sangria your own by garnishing with your favorite fruit, enjoying chilled, over ice, blended with fruit juice – however you like it.
So How Do They Taste?
Eppa Red : This rich, red wine is laced beautifully with the punch of citrus and berry. Yet, it’s very smooth. Delicious. It was my favorite of the two.
Eppa White: I picked up the taste of the peach right away – and it’s amazing. I definitely loved this one served over ice and chilled. For me, the Eppa White is goign on my ‘to buy’ list for our summer vacations at the beach. Perfect for summer.
These two varities make entertaining a breeze. For example, I paired the Eppa Red with a simple appetizer for an instant cocktail party. These Caprese Skewers are the perfect compliment.
It’s really simple. Take a slice of fresh mozzarella, cherry tomato and stack between a basil leave. Drizzle with evoo and balsamic vinegar with a small sprinkle of sea salt.
Since I’m dreaming of warmer weather after a snow-filled winter, I love the idea of a frozen drink. Your guests will love this recipe for a Frozen White Sangria, made with Eppa White, peaches, a little extra lime and ice.
1 cup frozen peaches (You could experiment with your favorites!)
1 tbsp fresh lime juice
Blend, Serve & Enjoy!