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White Peach Sangria Recipe

by Jeanette on July 31, 2014 · 15 Comments
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White Peach Sangria is perfect for summer entertaining when you’re looking for a refreshing drink featuring fresh fruits in season.

White Peach Sangria © Jeanette's Healthy Living

My husband is a huge fan of sangria, whether it’s red or white. Sangria is just a mixture of wine, liquors, fruit juices and fresh fruit. The wine doesn’t have to be expensive since it’s mixed together with juices, so it’s a fairly economical summer drink if you’re entertaining guests.

Recently, we celebrated  the last night with our relatives from Taiwan with an American barbecue. I made a smorgasbord of sorts.  I wasn’t sure our relatives were going to have dinner at home, so I didn’t prepare anything, so when I heard from my sister-in-law that they indeed wanted to have dinner at our house, I rushed out to the supermarket. Little did I know that the store was closing at 8PM that night and I had ten minutes to shop. I felt like I was on a combination of  Guy Fieri’s Grocery Games and Chopped.

Rushing home with an assortment of chicken, salmon, steak, and fresh summer vegetables, I threw together a feast for everyone. Fortunately, we have a large grill and a very handy brother-in-law who jumped in to help.

White Peach Sangria © Jeanette's Healthy Living

What luck that I happened to have made a pitcher of this White Peach Sangria a few days beforehand. This sangria takes advantage of fresh white peaches that have been in season here. I picked up a box of white peaches from Costco’s and saved a few to make this sangria.  If you’ve never tried a white peach, you must. White peaches are much more fragrant and sweeter than yellow peaches.

White Peach Sangria © Jeanette's Healthy Living

Everyone enjoyed this White Peach Sangria – refreshing and fragrant, it’s a nice drink to kick back and relax with on a warm summer night. Best served chilled with ice.

White Peach Sangria © Jeanette's Healthy Living

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White Peach Sangria
Serves: 4-6
  • 1 white peach, pureed in a blender with a little water
  • ¼ cup organic simple syrup (equal parts organic sugar and water, heated until sugar dissolves, cooled)
  • 1 bottle light white wine (sauvignon blanc or pinot grigio)
  • 3 ounces peach liquor or peach brandy
  • 2 ounces Cointreau or triple sec
  • 1 cup orange juice
  • 1 cup pineapple juice
  • fresh fruit such as mango, oranges, apples
  1. Place all ingredients in a pitcher and chill for at least 8 hours and up to 48 hours. Serve over ice.
Adapted from Bobby Flay
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  1. In general I love sangria, but especially white sangria! There’s something about the light summery flavors that I prefer more to the heavier reds. So lucky you happened to have a pitcher of this at hand!

  2. I love sangria, but I’ve never had white sangria! I love this recipe. I have to try it with white sangria. It must taste great 😉

  3. This is such a pretty cocktail! I feel like it belongs in a fancy brunch :)

  4. I love Sangria – especially summer sangria’s – this is perfect!

  5. I think white sangria’s are so much more refreshing than reds, and adding white peaches just seals the deal, lovely!

  6. Now this is a recipe that is a keeper!! I have it printed and already placed in my binder… I can positively assure you that years from now it will still be there, only it will be fondly splattered with peach juice, etc. Sounds like you all had a fabulous meal, and I’m certain this Sangria was the perfect complement.

  7. I love the sound of this sangria! It looks so refreshing and the fragrant white peaches are such a nice touch :)

  8. Very pretty and refreshing! I need one now.

  9. I can’t tell you how many rushed, last minute shopping trips I have done when I realize I’m having company.
    I love sangria and your recipe sound so fantastic. I was just thinking of making a peach cocktail, but now I just want this sangria 😀

  10. SUPER like! I almost always get only white peaches because they are close to very sweet Japanese peaches I grew up eating. Sangria with white peach… this for sure will be my favorite drink this summer. I’m a bit too excited by imagining the flavor.

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