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September 3, 2015

Our Refreshing Red Sangria is summer's last hurrah!

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It's Labor Day Weekend which means it's time for a huge #SpritzerSeason party to send off summer in style! Speaking of style...there's no better style of drink than sangria for all of your Labor Day festivities!

Our Refreshing Red Sangria is the TOEtal package for Labor Day get-togethers because summer fruits like raspberries, oranges and lemons pair perfectly with hotdogs and hamburgers off the grill. And just because summer is over, it doesn't mean #SpritzerSeason has to be too. You can make Refreshing Red Sangria anytime of the year!

Refreshing Red Sangria

1 bottle Barefoot Refresh Summer Red Spritzer

4 ounces Brandy

1 1/2 ounces Simple Syrup

2 cups Frozen Syrup

2 Oranges (juiced)

1 Lemon (juiced)

Place frozen fruits into large pitcher Add simple syrup and fresh lemon and orange juice Top with brandy and Barefoot Refresh Summer Red Spritzer Stir Cover pitcher and refrigerate Allow mixture to marinate for 4 hours or overnight Serve over ice

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