To begin, start by preparing the fruit you will be putting into the white sangria. Wash both the apple and orange thoroughly, as you will not be peeling them. Then, halve and core the apple, and slice it thinly crossways. Halve the orange lengthways, and then proceed to slice it thinly crossways too.
Next, pour the white wine out into the pitcher. Do not buy a cheap wine and depend on the flavours of the fruit or the ice cubes to mask the fact that you did not bother to spend much. Since you are putting in the effort to make the drink, and obviously intend to enjoy it, make sure you buy a bottle of good quality white wine.
Then, add the apple juice, brandy, apple, and orange into the pitcher/bowl of white wine, and stir it to mix it all up – this should make around 2.5 litres of sangria. Slide it into the refrigerator to chill – however, if you do not have enough time to chill the sangria thoroughly, you can simply put it in a cocktail shaker with some ice cubes, and give it a couple of shakes.
Once the drink is nice and cold, pour it out into individual bar glasses of your choice, and serve immediately with an additional lemon or orange wedge as a garnish.