Skinny Sangria! A South Florida Libation That's Low Calorie & Low Cost

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Bethenny Frankel, eat your heart out. Girl, we're way past "Skinnygirl Margaritas." This spring, it's all about another slim-down libation: Eppa SuperFruit Sangria, founded by Floridians, and naturally available in Florida first. Our next party drink of choice is like that popular chick in high school who was nice to the A.V. kids, too. Organic? Uh-huh. Delicious? Duh. And—wait for it—this brassy brew has only 120 calories a glass...and costs $12 a bottle. The blend, with notes of blood oranges, acai, blueberries, and pomegranate, is the first certified organic superfruit sangria, meaning, besides the less-LBs factor, you'll get almost twice the antioxidants of a regular glass of wine. Your impromptu bash got so much simpler, too—all you have to do is chill it, then open and serve. Hopefully, we won't see this on the Real Housewives anytime soon. Oh, and somehow, isn't it so easy to say "chill, open, serve," five times fast.

Available at South Florida Whole Foods, Epicures, and Fresh Markets.

Photo: Courtesy of Carma Pr