SangriaBy tapasonlineIt is actually a fact that, whilst the tourists are drinking sangria, the locals are drinking tinto de verano (simply red wine with soda, garnished with a slice of orange), but don’t let that put you off – it’s a great drink for parties and barbeques. Of course, it would be wrong to use an expensive wine, but do choose something full-bodied. The ingredients can be varied to taste.
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