(6 servings)

Prep time: 120 min (includes chill time in refrigerator)
Cook time: 10 minutes
Total time: 2 hours 10 minutes

The most popular among Spanish cocktails is obviously the Sangria. Traditionally made with red wine and chopped fruit, this alcoholic punch has gone through various experiments with red wine, orange juice, brandy etc. However, not a lot of people have heard of Zurracapote. This drink is similar to sangria in many ways and typical to the La Rioja and nearby areas of Spain. This drink can be had warm or chilled which is perfect for year round drinking!! We had some friends over to watch the final episode of season 7 of Game of Thrones and a large carafe of chilled Zurracapote was gone in minutes!

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Pomegranate Bellini

So it’s Sunday & time for brunch! Chloe’s parents gifted us a bottle of Dom Perignon the last time they visited which was in August 2016, so we have had this bottle forever. A mimosa would have been nice with brunch but I decided to change it up a little with the fresh pomegranate we had in stock and go for a Pomegranate Bellini. Quick & easy to make on a lazy Sunday afternoon. So here goes….

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