This Peach Sangria recipe is the best around. With white whine, peach nectar and frozen peaches, this will quickly become your favorite summer drink recipe.
After making so many yummy Margaritas and Mojitos, I thought I’d try my hand at Sangria. I can’t believe it took me this long. It’s so easy and they are super sweet. Do you like Sangria?
Texas Peach Sangria
The basics of any Sangria are wine + fruit. There are many variations of this classic recipe which makes it fun to play with. Of course, with this one we went with the flavor of fresh peaches.
Making this is easy: stir together your fruit and white wine in a large pitcher. Next, the nectar and vodka. Let this mixture sit in the fridge for an hour. This part is key to a good Sangria, you’ve got to let it sit. The longer the better!
Lastly, before you’re ready to drink, add Ginger Ale. This gives it a punchy/bubbly flavor that goes great.
More About Sangria
Did you know Sangria originated in Spain? A lot of people think perhaps it’s Italian, but in fact it isn’t. Also, the word Sangria is Spanish for “blood”, hence the red white.
So, if we make it with a white wine is it technically still Sangria? Who cares! Call it punch or a cocktail, either way it tastes terrific.
Texas Peach Sangria
- 1 bottle chardonnay (750 ml)
- 1 cup peach vodka
- 2 cans peach nectar (Jumex)
- 1 cup ginger ale
- 1 bag frozen peaches
- 1 cup strawberries diced, hull removed
- 1/4 cup minced mint leaves
- Pour the bottle of wine into a pitcher.
- Should be at least a 1/2 gallon to 1 gallon size.
- Add your frozen peaches, and diced strawberries, stir to combine.
- Pour in the peach nectar, and peach vodka.
- Stir to combine.
- Refrigerate for 1 hour.
- Add the ginger ale and mint right before serving.
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1 thought on “Texas Peach Sangria”
Absolutely delish and refreshing! Letting it sit a day or two only makes it taste better!!