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White Ginger Sangria Recipe

a close up of a doughnut sitting next to a cup of coffee

(Excerpted from Proprietress Holly Arnold Kinney’s “The Fort Cookbook”) 

Summer weather is here to stay and there’s no better way to celebrate than sipping on a refreshing cocktail. This White Ginger Sangria is one of The Fort’s most popular summer drinks guests like to enjoy on our beautiful patio while overlooking downtown Denver and the Foothills. After one, you’ll say “Ole!” and then order another. We hope you can enjoy this delicious beverage at home for your next summer get-together. Cheers! 

Serves 1



  • 1 slice of lime 

  • 1 slice of lemon 

  • 1 orange wedge 

  • 6-8 ice cubes 

  • 2 tbsp. Fresh or frozen huckleberries 

  • 1 tbsp. Frozen apple juice concentrate 

  • 1 ½ tbsp. Ginger liqueur (Domain de Canton preferred) 

  • 4 oz. White wine (Frisk Prickly Riesling preferred) 


In a mason jar, muddle lime, lemon and orange. Add ice. In a measuring cup, stir together huckleberries, apple juice concentrate, ginger liqueur and white wine. Pour over the ice and serve with the jar lid on.