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Mimosa Sangria

This Mimosa Sangria recipe is a fun and easy twist on the classic mimosa! It is an easy way to make a big batch of drinks for a crowd, too- or would be perfect for an upcoming brunch. Made with fresh fruit, white wine, and Prosecco, it’s the kind of drink everyone will love during the summer months. So refreshing! Hope you can celebrate something special with this one. Let me know what you think!

Mimosa Sangria: What You Will Need

Pinot Grigio or other light white wine

Prosecco or champagne

Orange juice



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This Mimosa Sangria recipe is a go-to for brunch drinks!

Mimosa Sangria

A fun and easy twist on the classic mimosa! An easy way to make a big batch of mimosas for a crowd too! Would be perfect for an upcoming brunch 🥂🍾

Prep Time
5 Minutes


1 bottle Pinot Grigio or other light white wine

1 bottle Prosecco or champagne, chilled

3 cups Orange juice

½ cup strawberries sliced

2 oranges orange sliced


Wash and cut fruit.

Add strawberries & orange slices to a pitcher. 

Press the fruit lightly with back of a spoon to help release more flavor.

Optional: Let sit, chilled, for at least 30 minutes.

Then add the champagne/prosecco.

Then pour in the orange juice. 

Stir gently with a spoon.

Serve and enjoy!