White Peach Sangria
A refreshing white wine sangria that is always a hit at parties.
A refreshing white wine sangria that is always a hit at parties.
I LOVE this recipe and make it more often than I should admit. We even served it at our wedding. I have yet to meet someone who didn't rave about it. I do make a few very minor changes: I use raspberries instead of grapes (just for personal preference), thawed frozen peaches instead of fresh white ones, and I warm up one of the ingredients in the microwave (usually the lemonade concentrate) to dissolve the sugar into it before adding it to the mix. Note: This is VERY good, VERY easy to drink, and VERY intoxicating! Unless you want everyone at your party drunk after a drink or two, I suggest serving it with 7up or sparkling water (1:1 ratio). It makes the drink a touch bubbly, takes nothing from the taste, and helps it go down a little slower. ;-)Read More
I LOVE this recipe and make it more often than I should admit. We even served it at our wedding. I have yet to meet someone who didn't rave about it. I do make a few very minor changes: I use raspberries instead of grapes (just for personal preference), thawed frozen peaches instead of fresh white ones, and I warm up one of the ingredients in the microwave (usually the lemonade concentrate) to dissolve the sugar into it before adding it to the mix. Note: This is VERY good, VERY easy to drink, and VERY intoxicating! Unless you want everyone at your party drunk after a drink or two, I suggest serving it with 7up or sparkling water (1:1 ratio). It makes the drink a touch bubbly, takes nothing from the taste, and helps it go down a little slower. ;-)
I modified this recipe a little, based on other reviews. For example, peach schnapps instead of vodka, frozen peaches instead of fresh, and no grapes at all. It was really delicious. I am thinking this would be perfect in the summertime. Thanks for this recipe!
Excellent Sangria! Light, refeshing, perfect for summer evenings!!! Added 1/4 cup peach schnapps to the recipe for a more "peachy" taste. Changed the ratio of grapes to 1 cup and added 1/2 cup blueberries for additional color. Leave overnight in the fridge no longer than 24 hours. Anything more and your peaches become mush. This Sangria packs a power punch so please be careful... as other reviewers have suggested, you might want to "cut" it with ginger ale or club soda to avoid face first encounters with the floor. Enjoy!
5 stars with my tweaks: I omitted the sugar, used Peach Schnapps, and sliced white nectarines as I wasn't a fan of the fuzzy peach skin in my drink. I let it sit for almost 24 hours before serving it over ice and frozen grapes cut with a 1:1 ratio of Ginger Ale. The drink was smooth and the fruit was deadly. Guests loved it!
This was big hit! I made the traditional red sangria and the white sangria. Everyone loved the red but asked for seconds on the white. Very easy to make and worth making. Everyone requested a copy of the recipe.
I made this for a casual wedding reception with a Mexican theme and it was a huge hit. I used Peach schnapps instead of vodka. I left it in the fridge overnight at least 12 to 18 hours and it was excellent. The fruits had time to soak up the liquor and were absolutely wonderful. I made the Classic Spanish Sangria for red and this one for the white Sangria. They were both excellent but this one was the favorite. This is a definate keeper and the only White Sangria I'll ever make.
Absolutely love this. Use hard fruits like apples, pears, mango's, and grapes. Soft fruits will get mushy. =Dave
This is a WONDERFUL recipe for Sangrias. It reminds me of Olive Garden's Sangrias. The liquior stores in my town did not have peach vodka so I got peach schnapps. I used a bag of frozen peaches (1 lbs), 1 cup of red seedless grapes (because to me they are oh so much better than green grapes), and about 1 - 1 1/2 cups strawberries. I refrigerated it for 12 hours or longer. With the left over fruit I decided to freeze it and use it for ice cubes in the glasses next time I make these and yes there will be a next time. I do think I will add about three kiwis next time as well. That will be beautiful. This drink would be great for a pool party. Enjoy! WOW!
Fantasitc drink for a summer party. I used a Pino Grigio ,sliced apples, peaches and grapes. Also, could not find peach vodka a great substitution was 1/2 cup peach schnapps and 1/4 cup brandy.
I tripled this yummy recipe! I used 3 bottles of pinot grigio, 2 cups peach vodka, 1 cup reg vodka (100 proof!), 1 whole can frozen lemonade concentrate, 3/4 cups of sugar and tossed in peaches and strawberries. You MUST let this sit overnight - it is a different beverage if you don't and not nearly as good. I cut the sangria with fresca right before serving it. I poured the fresca into the bottom of the glass (about 1/3) and then filled the rest with sangria and fruit - so yummy! Two glasses will definitely get you quite buzzed so be careful! I sent my grandma home slurring on mother's day! :-)
I made this last year for a family gathering and again this year for a lady's lunch. For the lady's lunch, I substituted peach schnapps for the peach vodka and it gave it a more fruity taste. Works well with white zinfandel wine also.
I followed the recipe exactly, and it was a big delicious hit at my party. I let everything soak for 24 hours.
This recipe was a big hit at my party. I ended up having to make another batch!!! Definitely a keeper!!
This is by far the best white sangria in existence. I've tweaked it to perfection... Use Absolut Pear vodka instead of peach, use 5 tbs of froz lemonade concentrate and cut back on the sugar. I use a 1 lb bag of frozen sliced peaches, and omit the grapes and use fresh blueberries and sliced strawberries instead. You could use frozen blueberries or raspberries/blackberries too. If you do, it'll make the sangria more pink. Also, any cheap pinot grigio or sauvignon blanc will do. Every time I make it, I get RAVE reviews. Make sure to double or triple your batch because everyone will want it and it'll go quickly.
I have made this twice for large groups and it was a huge hit! Refreshing and deliciously different from red sangria. I took the advice of other reviewers and added ginger ale- one litre per 750ml bottle of wine. My wine of choice is pinot grigio. You will not be disappointed and your guests will rave about this perfect summertime party beverage!
I used one bottle of 2009 barefoot moscato, peach schnapps instead of vodka, and omitted the sugar and grapes. Added two cans of ginger ale and it was AMAZING!! Perfect drink to sip on at the pool.
Wow! I love sangria but this is WAY too much alcohol! I kept reviewing the recipe to see if I missed some type of soda or something to dilute! If you want your guests to get hammered, this is the recipe for you!
Phenomenal Sangria! We doubled the recipe and used Pinot Grigio and substituted black berries and raspberries for the grapes. We used absolut peach vodka not schnapps. We used 1 pound of frozen peaches and 2 fresh peaches as well as an apple. We made one batch with sugar and one batch without (the drink was sweet enough either way, I personally think the sugar is unnecessary). We only got to chill this for about 5 hours before the party, but it went very fast, everyone really loved it. The next time I make this, I will use a mango and a kiwi as well. Excellent submission.
PERFECT summer cocktail!! I use Pinot Grigio, Peach Schnapps, nectarines, red and black seedless grapes, and pear...OMG, there is never even a drop left...thank goodness this site recalculates the number of servings needed, each time I make this I need to make it for more people..this is my summer staple!
Used gallon of Chardonnay and entire bottle of peach schnapps, entire can of lemonade and upped the simple syrup accordingly and dumped it into a large punch bowl. My company loved it. Frozen peaches keep it cool. No need to make ahead of time. Also, added a quart of ginger ale to keep everyone from getting sloshed. A real hit and a lovely presentation! Thanks for sharing.
This was a great, summery, refreshing, original recipe! I'm not too big on sweet, though, so instead of the lemonade concentrate, I used a few tablespoons of fresh squeezed lemon juice. Added the right amount of tang, without adding extra sweetness.
Fantastic! I used vodka and peach schnapps, totaling 3/4 cup. If you use schnapps like some of the reviewers suggested, you don't need as much sugar. I didn't know what to expect making it last minute, but all my guests, loved this. Triple this recipe, at a minimum! If you prefer a less sweet drink, add a splash of sparkling water.
GREAT summer beverage, a big hit at my cookout. I used peach schnapps instead of vodka. Chilled for 24-hours and served with a 1:1 ratio of 7-up (added the soda right before serving). I used pinot grigio, fresh peaches and raspberries (instead of grapes). The raspberries turned the sangria a pretty pink. Will definitely make again, delicious !
This is an AWESOME drink, but as another reviewer mentioned, it packs a PUNCH! I've made about 10 batches and my favorite version is without the lemonade concentrate and the grapes. FOLLOW UP YEARS LATER - I can no longer find peach vodka, so I substituted Peach Schnapps. This is much sweeter than peach vodka and the sugar (splenda)is NOT needed. Much better without!
Definite crowd pleaser... so much so we had to add Fresca to stretch the batch and it was amazing!
First time making sangria and this was so easy! Not to mention so good! The only alteration I made was frozen peaches rather than fresh as that is what I had on hand! Will definitely make this again....tomorrow!!!
I had my wedding rehearsal dinner at my house and made this punch, it went over so well! Everyone loved it, I even found that the usual beer drinkers were opting for this punch instead! I omitted the grapes and used fresh rasberries in their place, I also opted to use frozen peaches instead of the fresh. I left out the sugar all together and used unflavored vodka instead of the peach, also and as suggested by others i cut it with a 2 liter of ginger ale. It was absolutely perfect and I can't wait to make it again! Thank you for the recipe!
This is a great Sangria! I've served it several times and am always asked for the recipe. It's also a nice alternative to the traditional red wine sangria when you want something a little lighter and fruitier.
use frozen already sliced peaches, it is much faster
Amazing drink!! The girls loved it for a girls night, substituted frozen rasberries for grapes!! So pretty and delicious
Excellent. My friend who loves sangria really enjoyed this. Made exactly as directed.
This is yummy! Double the recipe, you'll want more!
I used 2 bottles of white wine, 3/4 of a cup of a good German apricot schnapps, 1/2 Grand Marnier and sliced up 5 white peaches. It was potent and delicious.
FANTASTIC! Peaches are out of season, so we bought frozen peaches (not white). Absolutely delicious! We didn't have enough to go around!
Similar to a recipe I make, only I use peach schnapps rather than vodka, and Limoncello rather than lemonade. I also add ginger ale. Best if refrigerated overnight.
This sangria was really delicous. I made it with fresh strawberries and frozen instead of fresh peaches as recommended by others. I too omitted the sugar and cut this half and half with ginger ale because i was taking it to an afternoon party. Many people commented on how tasty it was!
We really enjoyed this. I liked the peach / wine combination. Couldn't find peach-flavored vodka though so we substituted peach schnappes.
Thanks for sharing
Yum! Defintiely a keeper! I brought this to a birthday party and received many compliments. As others suggested, I added some Fresca so it wasn't too strong. I'm not a fan of slimy-textured fruit in sangria, so I only added fresh apples to the mix. I provided a variety frozen fruit instead of ice cubes (which actually was pretty interesting because you got a different flavor depending on the fruit you used). Some fruit still got slimy as it melted, but at least you could pick and choose what you put in. For extra peach flavor, I added some peach juice (found at Trader Joe's). Thanks for sharing!!
Loved, loved loved this! Had a party and served both this and Sangria a la Las Vegas. If you are looking for inexpensive serving containers for sangria, Anchor Hocking has 3 sizes of glass jars from about 2 quarts to 2.5 gallons. I bought (2) 2.5 gallon containers. It's nice because it allows to ladle out some fruit in each cup as apposed to spigot beverage servers. It also allows you to store the whole jar in the fridge overnight and you don't have to fuss when you want to serve. I found white organic peaches at Whole Foods and let them ripen a couple days; they were perfect and so pretty. The green and red grapes added a nice touch. I loved the fact this has a peach vodka rather than a sweet liquor and I didn't even add any of the sugar. I did, however, add some lemon lime sparkling water to dilute it a bit. In the ice bucket, I added cubes I froze with lemons & lime wedges in mini muffin cups. Party City has long appetizer forks that were nice to put in the glasses as a stirrer so people can munch on the fruit. I have also made these in small batches to have on hand for tumblers on the boat. It's a great, refreshing summer cocktail everyone seems to enjoy! Thank you for sharing!
Very delicious! I also changed the Vodka for Peach Schnapps. Really enjoyable.
I used frozen peaches as I wasn't sure when I could make it and it was sangria heaven!
Out of this world! I used peach schnapps and frozen fruit as recommended by some others. Went way too quickly. Will definitely make again, but just much more next time.
I made this at Thanksgiving & Christmas and was an enormous hit! Followed exactly. We like it even better then the red version.
This has become my summer staple for all of the parties we attend. It has become a standard request to make wherever we go. LOVE this recipe!
I have been making this sangria for the past two summers and have given out this recipe so many times, I can't count. The only alteration I make is to add cut up apples, which are usually the favorite fruit in it. The apples add a good flavor with the wine, soak up the alcohol and taste delicious!
I tried this after 2 hours of chilling and it was very strong. I let it chill overnight and it was like a totally different drink!! I loved every sweet sip of it as did everyone else!!
This turned out really good! I didn't have peach vodka (or brandy or schnapps) so I used Welch's white grape-peach juice instead. Mixed it with pinot grigio white wine until I could taste it (I would say I added about 1 cup or so). This also cut down on the alcohol content. I used pure lemon juice instead of concentrate (not as much-- juice from 1 lemon for each bottle), and added apples, peaches, and raspberries. The apples are really good in it! I recommend doubling the recipe (we got ~7-8 glasses out of 2 bottles of wine). I will definitely be making this again!!
This was a pretty good drink. I substituted the sugar w/ 2 packets of splenda & used Peach Schnapps instead of the peach vodka. I also added some raspberries.
I doubled the recipe except the sugar (used 1/4 cup). I added a few more tablespoons of the lemonade concentrate instead. I finally found Peach Vodka (Absolut brand). This makes you wish that peaches were in season all year round! Careful...it's got a kick to it! This Sangria not only tastes great but the presentation is very impressive. Make sure to make it in advance. There is a huge difference in the flavor if you don't let the fruit sit. Everyone loved this refreshing drink.
DELISH!!! Used Splenda instead of sugar and used frozen peaches and raspberries and added them right before serving. Didn't add any grapes. Also added sprite zero before serving to cut down the alcohol. Huge hit at my labor day bbq. Will def make again!!
I had 2 small glasses and suffered the next morning with a headache... I guess it was good... it certainly tasted good... I used a very nice semi-dry white wine, peach schnapps instead of vodka and no sugar due to the sweetness of th schnapps. Everything else as directed by the recipe. Ate quite a few peaches ... maybe that caused the headache... they were soaked in schnapps and wine.. Will try this one again... maybe I'll just have one glass next time.
I made this for a summer BBQ on a very HOT day which required cool refreshing beverages. This Sangria recipe was a disaster. Too strong, and not refreshing at all. I made a gallon and threw away almost the whole thing at the end of the day. Not one of my 27 wine loving guests enjoyed it. This recipe needed to be diluted with something.....
Could not find peach vodka, so I used passion fruit vodka. Let it sit overnight. So good!
Wow, this is AMAZING! Made a big batch for last summer's annual party and everyone raved about it. I followed the recipe exactly, but I'm sure it would be good with other fruits as well. It's like ambrosia of the Gods. I can't wait for this year's party.
I followed the other suggestions on here and used raspberries instead of grapes, thawed frozen peaches instead of fresh white ones, and peach schnapps instead of vodka. Delish!!! Great summer Sangria!
I had to do a couple of things differently because I wanted to make this for a 4th of July BBQ and didn't have time to locate all the ingredients...I had to improvise a little with what my local supermarket had. They didn't have peach vodka so I bought regular vodka and a bottle of white cranberry peach cocktail. I followed the recipe and then added the juice to taste. They also did not have white peaches so I had to substitute regular, tree-ripe peaches. I had one peach and some grapes leftover, so I cut the peach into chunks and put the fruit on toothpicks, sprinkled with white sugar, then stuck them in the freezer so that people could add them to their drinks if they wanted. Came out pretty well!
This is wonderful! I used yellow peaches and added frozen blueberries and grapes as ice cubes. Used Peach Schnapps rather than vodka and doubled recipe for 8 people. Everyone wanted recipe.Could do without added sugar.
I've made this recipe several times. I use 1/2 peach schnapps and 1/2 vodka because we don't usually have peach vodka around. I don't like the way fruit separates (peaches float and grapes sink), so I've been using raspberries and peaches instead. Looks beautiful in a glass pitcher and a big hit at summer parties!
I made this for a party, and at least half the people there asked me what was in it. It was really easy to make with frozen peaches and peach schnapps instead of the vodka + sugar. I also threw in some quartered strawberries instead of red grapes, and the fruit floated sort of in layers, which looked pretty. Thanks for a great recipe!
This was so good! I made this AND my regular red sangria recipe for a party, and this was the one that was gone at the end of the night! I didn't have peach vodka, so i substituted with passion fruit vodka instead. Also, I had tripled this recipe, and added 2L of ginger ale. It added a touch of fizz, and cut the potency a bit!
i changed this a bit. one bottle of spumante champagne, one cup of peach schnapps, about 10 frozen peach slices, diced, about 10 strawberries sliced and a hand full of whole raspberries. thats it! it was WONDERFUL! no sugar or soda needed!
Made this for a 'girls night in' and was a huge hit! I used pino grigio, peach schnapps vs. peach vodka and added a little club soda before serving. Also used a bag of frozen fruit. Was told by all to 'not change a thing'.
This was wonderful! But cut the sugar or omit it completely! Used frozen peaches and raspberries and use peach schnapps instead of vodka. I also used club soda to mix it it with as gingerale would have been too sweet! Pour 2 more bottles of wine into the container as it was getting low and it was still good!
Delicious! I cut down on the sugar and used pink lemonade, but it is fantastic. I have been searching for this drink recipe on drink websites, to no avail. Love Allrecipes.com and this drink is a toast to them.
This as amazing! I read other reviews and followed the advice. Used peach schnappes instead of the vodka and halved the sugar (made a simple syrup so it was better blended) and also added seltzer because this can definitely sneak up on you. Raspberries, peaches, grapes, and strawberries finished it off. Was a huge hit. Doubled the recipe for 4 people and it was still not enough!
Excellent drink. I made some modifications myself. I used canned peaches instead (as they are not in season for my area) and they worked perfectly, I also drained them and did not use the juice. I also added fresh cherries, strawberries, blackberries and raspberries as well. I also added less sugar to taste instead of the 1/4 cup to make it less sweet as the vodka already adds sugar to the mix. This is an absolutely wonderful drink and is the first thing to be finished at parties or dinners.
A summertime favorite! I love it made with Absolute Mango vodka. Adding a spritz of diet Sprite or 7-Up does make it a bit less intoxicating. Enjoy carefully!
Love this recipe, it is seriously addicting! I introduced it to my mom and a good friend and all three of us have been making it for a few years now. Great hit at parties! I like to make mine with peaches and strawberries.
I've made this several times and absolutely love it! I double it every time because it goes so quick, definitely a keeper!
Good. Used peach schnapps, regular peaches, red grapes, and strawberries. I only used one peach as when I started slicing the peaches...they just weren't very good. Added seltzer water to serve.
A-MAZING! Made this for a bachelorette party and doubled the recipe! There wasn't a drop left and the fruit was devoured.
I made this and the "Sangria! Sangria'l recipe for a party. This was the first to go. I used tips from other commenters (MDH12 & RG1) and used peach schnapps instead of vodka and added raspberries. I did use fresh peaches and nectaries. My husband kept eating all the fruit. There was little left for our guests. Was really refreshing and peachy and perfect for our Summer Solstice Celebration!
Very good! This would be 5 stars I'm sure, but I made some changes. Will re-rate when I try the original. I used nectarines and raspberries, and also added a 1/2 cup of triplesec. Cut with 7-up before serving. Deeeelish!
This was a huge hit at my party! I subed the vodka for peach schnapps, reduced the sugar, frozen peaches, and rasberries instead of the red grapes.
Very good! Not a hit like the classic spanish sangria on this site was though. But very good and was still gone in the end. Made a double batch and used the peach schnapps/brandy recommendations which was great. Also used raspberries with the peaches & grapes. Grapes went uneaten in the end, so may use other fruits in the next batch
Love this sangria, made it with blueberries instead of the grapes, (For a Broncos game- and it will be made again tomorrow :),) and everyone loved it. It does sneak up on you! I was feeling pretty darn good by halftime. ha!
This is insanely amazing! I made it one time in the beginning of the summer and since then everyone asks me for the recipe. Instead of the white sugar, I lightened it up with 3 cups of sprite zero. Also, I added all kinds of fruit including apples and oranges. DELICIOUS! But it creeps up on you so watch out!
I made this recipe for my labor day bbq and it was a HUGE hit! it was gone in no time. I could not find white peaches at my grocery store so i used 2 regular peaches and also frozen raspberries instead of grapes. i made it the day before the party so the flavors would blend together more. the only thing i would have changed, is that i had made more!
Sooo good. AND this is one of those great recipes that looks as good as it tastes! I accidentally doubled the vodka in this recipe (I swear, it WAS an accident) Also, I couldn't find peach vodka! So I used regular Absolut instead - and this was still delicious. Served this in a clear glass pitcher - so beautiful & so very tasty & EASY to make! I love it. Thanks.
I used peach schnapps instead of the vodka and also added 1/2 liter of club soda to water it down a little for my party goers :) Everyone LOVED it and raved about it days after my party. I was asked for the recipe over & over. Thanks!
Made this Friday night and it was delicious!! I used a Pinot Grigio and peach schnapps (what I had) and it was really fantastic. When I make this again I will probably cut the sugar the schnapps and fruit made it pretty sweet.
Best Ever! I used frozen peaches & omitted the grapes & added blackberries instead (because they were on sale). I also didn't have peach vodka so I used mango-flavored rum. I made a 5 gallon bucket of this for my birthday party & there was not one drop left! Absolutely to die for!!!
This stuff is amazing. I can never bring enough to any event. The only unfortunate thing is everyone tends to drink more than they should, and they feel horrible the next day. Which wine you use makes a big difference for this sangria. I use St. Francis chardonnay. Just be sure you drink it within a day or two. It does not keep well.
Delicious, sneaks up on you!
Love this! I made the recipe as it is the first time and it was great but I added frozen peaches instead of fresh. The next time I added mixed berries as well. Makes it look really pretty and gives it some nice color! Instead of plain vodka, I use either peach schnapps or peach vodka. It seems to be a bit sweet with the recipe as it is, so I like to add sparkling water to it to taste :) this drink will hit you so good!
Such a great Sangria! The best one Ive made by far! I just bought some cheapy wine for this, arbor mist sangria flavored, and I used peach schnapps instead of vodka. I will try it with the vodka next time! I also used different fruit of what I had, mandarin oranges w/ a little juice, frozen blueberries and strawberries. Absolutely delish! I almost drank the whole pitcher myself! It's really versatile with different fruits. Thanks so much for this great Sangria recipe! It will be great this summer for backyard cookouts! UPDATE: I made this again with the peach vodka and also added in some pineapple and mango liqueurs. Wow, it was so good! It gave it an extra punch from the vodka being added. Absolutely the best sangria ever!
Amazing. This was a big hit. Admittedly, I drank most of it myself at a BBQ last weekend, the fruit is wonderful addition. I also doubled the recipe and added a bottle of champagne in place of the second bottle of wine. It is sweet and refreshing. Watch out for the grapes on the bottom of the pitcher, they'll give you a punch.
This is an easy and delicious recipe. I omitted the grapes, used nectarines instead of peaches, replaced the vodka with peach Schnapps, doubled the recipe, and added 1 liter of ginger ale. Perfection...not a drop left.
What a hit this drink was!!! My mom told me this is my must make for every party she will be at!! Definitely make again!
Delicious! I used peach schnapps and then added some vodka for a kick. For the wine I used pino grigio. You need to double the recipe or it will go very quickly. I took some suggestions and used frozen peaches and frozen strawberries, however, I left the grapes out. Will make again and again. Everyone loved it!
Holy sockawoza (is that even a word lol??!!??!!)!!! This was absolutely FANTASTIC. I'm not a fan of wine and therefore have never liked sangria, but recently my hubs (who LOVES wine) introduced me to moscato. I know moscato is not usually the wine of choice for sangria, but since this is the only wine I will drink and I REALLY wanted to try this recipe, I gave it a whirl. My husband gave me serious slack, warning that I was going to "ruin" this (and a good bottle of wine) but I forged ahead - and I'm SOOO glad I did! This change, along with my substitution of peach schnapps (for the vodka called for), using frozen (sliced) peaches instead of fresh ones and omitting the green grapes (I used all red ones) and sugar alltogether produced the most wonderfully balanced, fruity (and potent!) sangria EVER! My neighbor-gal pals couldn't get enough lol! NOTE: To make a weaker cocktail, top off individual glasses of sangria with sparkling water, club soda or giner ale (although the latter will make an already sweet drink even sweeter). If you are looking for an incredible drink with a good buzz backing, this is the one to try. In fact, Iv'e been asked to make another batch for our 4th of July block party next week! Thanks SO much for sharing this dangerously delicious recipe, FOODINC5! :-)
I too used peach schnapps since I didn't have the vodka. A great drink and a great presentation! Lovely in a glass pitcher. I like to let it chill overnight for the best flavor. Thanks for the post!
My husband and I are huge fans of the Classic Spanish Sangria, but wanted to try a white and we loved this recipe. I added white nectarines and it had a great flavor.
I made this White Peach Sangria for a girl's night at the cabin, and it was delicious! I made it exactly as directed, and my friends and I were fighting over the last few grapes at the bottom of the punch bowl! I will definitely make this again. Thanks!
Doubled the recipe and made for a halloween party. I used peach schnapps and heated the lemonade concentrate with the sugar to make sure it dissolved. Also added an entire bag of frozen peaches and ommitted the grapes. I made it 12 hours in advance and added 4 cups of gingerale just before serving. I made this and a red sangria and this was gone first, was a huge hit at the party.
Holy hang-over. This drink will kick your butt if you're not careful. I made it last night for a group of friends and it was a hit! A few convenient modifications I made: I omitted the sugar - there's already enough in there anyway. Added a cup of peach vodka to every bottle of white wine. I let the vodka and white wine soak the fruit (I used grapes and peaches as recommended with apples). Then, when I poured the drinks I added a touch of lemonade to the top (the pre-made lemonade you can find at Trader Joes). YUMMY!
This was soooo delish! I used mango flavored vodka, added 1/2 cup cointreau (omit sugar), and added frozen strawberries & mango chunks. Serve with club soda - or beware! LOL
AMAZING. use peach schnapps. needs lots of fruit.