*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
**Nutrient information is not available for all ingredients. Amount is based on available nutrient data.
(-)Information is not currently available for this nutrient. If you are following a medically restrictive diet, please consult your doctor or registered dietitian before preparing this recipe for personal consumption.
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!
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.
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!
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.
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!
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!
Review this recipe
Success!Thanks for adding your feedback.
Congrats! You saved White Peach Sangria to your Favorites