Melon Sangria


Preparation info

  • Makes


    Large Pitcher
    • Difficulty


Appears in



By Todd Porter and Diane Cu

Published 2013

  • About

Heirloom melons are an exciting new group of fruit to us, and we’re starting to learn more about all the specialty varieties that are making waves at farmer’s markets. Unique types like Ambrosia, Canary, and Charentais have a wide array of flavors, ranging from richly fruity to delicately floral. Eating melons fresh is absolutely our first choice—to bite into a thick, juicy wedge of melon is to taste nature’s candy at its best. But if we come across a few extras, one always goes into a batc