Cucumber melon white sangria is a refreshingly light and boozy drink. This white sangria is crisp, fruity, and cool with lots of fresh honeydew melon and cucumber slices!
This beverage is silky and mellow; it flawlessly captures the essence of summer! You’re going to love this melon sangria recipe. Made with just a few steps and ingredients it’s so easy to throw together before a party or dinner gathering.
Make your meal even fancier by serving a cucumber sangria with it (or serve these drinks as a nice “before dinner” experience as you wait for the food to be ready. There’s really no wrong time to serve up a sangria!
Cucumber Melon Sangria
This cucumber melon white sangria will make you think twice about your typical red wine sangria! Fresh, ripe honeydew melon, crisp and cool cucumbers swirl around and dance in a combination of dry Prosecco and sweet white grape juice.
Mint leaves brighten each sip and make this white sangria pleasingly refreshing and thirst-quenching. This sangria tastes better with age; let it sit an hour or two (if you stand the wait) before you pour yourself a glass (or two-remember cucumbers are good for hangovers). This will allow the flavors to really deepen and come together. I promise it will be worth the wait! You will have no regrets once those Prosecco bubbles dance upon your tongue and the cucumbers and melon invigorate your palate!
Ingredients you’ll need for Cucumber Melon White Sangria:
- Honey melon
- English cucumber
- White grape juice
- Fresh mint leaves
How to Make Cucumber Melon White Sangria
- In a pitcher, combine the honey melon, English cucumber, prosecco, and white grape juice. Stir to combine.
- Allow the sangria to sit for 1 hour or more.
- Stir in the mint leaves just before serving.
Can I use watermelon?
Yes, if desired you can swap out the honey melon for watermelon. The flavor will change and there will be more color added to your glasses which is always fun.
How long do you let the fruit sit in sangria?
For the best flavor you want to let the fruit sit for at least 30 minutes in the mixture but not much more than 2 hours. I find that it tastes great around the one hour mark so I usually serve it up around then.
Do you serve sangria over ice?
Sangria is a drink best served chilled but its rarely served “on the rocks” or with ice. This is because the ice will melt and water down the tasty drink. For best tasting results, chill your drink before serving.
Here are some more great sangria recipes that you’re going to enjoy:
Cucumber Melon White Sangria
Prosecco, juice and lots of fresh mint leaves, cucumbers and melon make this white sangria refreshing and delicious!
- 4 cups honey melon, cubed
- 1 cup sliced English cucumber
- 1 750ml Prosecco
- 11/2 cup white grape juice
- 1 cup fresh mint leaves
- Combine all the ingredients up to mint leaves in a pitcher; stir. Allow sangria to sit for at list one hour. Stir in mint leaves just before serving.
Amount Per Serving Calories 206Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 30mgCarbohydrates 36gFiber 1gSugar 33gProtein 1g
Sounds and looks so refreshing!
Cooks with Cocktails says
I am not big white wine drinker I prefer red, but lately I have been starting to enjoy white wine sangria this summer. This recipe looks refreshing and delicious with cucumber and melon and mint. I am going to definitely try your sangria.
Heather @ Sugar Dish Me says
Make a pitcher of these and bring them my way!!