Easy Strawberry-Peach White Sangria Recipe

Easy Strawberry-Peach White Sangria Recipe

I hear Spring has arrived. Here in San Francisco, the weather only slightly fluctuates all year round, so seasons don’t mean much to me. I know many of you have been facing snow until very recently though, and you must be very happy to welcome warmer weather. Raising a glass of this cold, fruity white sangria is the perfect way to toast the new season. (For those of you still facing snow, well, maybe this drink will give you a taste of spring!)

This white sangria recipe is so super easy. It took me all of five minutes to put it together, and then it was in the fridge ready for cocktail hour. Cheers!


Friday Happy Hour: Easy Strawberry-Peach White Sangria Recipe
 
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This fruity wine punch takes less than 10 minutes to put together, and then it’s ready for afternoon BBQ or happy hour. Perfect for a crowd!
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Recipe type: Cocktail
Serves: 4

Ingredients:
  • 2 handfuls of strawberries, sliced
  • 12 oz. frozen peaches
  • 1 apple, cored and sliced
  • ½ c. gold rum (white rum is OK too)
  • 750 ml. bottle of sweet white wine (like Moscato or Riesling)

Instructions:
  1. Place fruit in large pitcher, and pour in rum and wine. Stir gently, cover, and refrigerate for at least 4 hours.
  2. Serve over ice. Scoop some fruit into each glass, and serve with a long, wooden skewer. Enjoy!

While you’re here, don’t miss my other sangria recipes!

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Simple Red Sangria

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Margarita Sangria

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Comments

  1. Liz says

    simply beautiful :-) I am regretfully bowing out of Happy Hour today as I have to head to my kids’ school for art show setup. BUT, I hear the art ladies (of which I am one, I guess) go out afterward for cocktails, so I’ll try to post whatever I order in your honor. Liking your sangria very much. What movie is on tap for you tonight?

    • The Weary Chef says

      Thank you, Liz!! Happy hour out sounds fun! Those PTA mamas love their cocktails (at least around here), so I’m sure you will be in good company. Would love to see what you order!

      We actually had early movie night last night because it worked out better for scheduling. They watched something cheesy from Netflix streaming, Jester something. Don’t think that one made it to the theater ;)

  2. Tiffany says

    Yum, Yum, Yummy! I love sangria. I’ve made it a couple of times for me and the hubby. Your version brings back fond memories of our honeymoon in Bryson City, North Carolina. Sitting in the spa cafe, sippin’ on sangria. Thanks for posting.

    • The Weary Chef says

      Thanks, Tiffany! That reminds me how overdue I am for a vacation. I could stand to sit in a spa sipping sangria right now. Sounds lovely!

    • The Weary Chef says

      Thanks, Anne. It is pretty and tasty, and you can’t beat how easy it is to make! Thanks so much for your visit!

  3. Jessica says

    I’m late too but I finally made it! There’s the Sangrias!!! nom! nom! nom! This looks delightful!! I am planning a reunion so this will be the drink :) Thanks soo much for sharing at the Show Off Blog Party!!!

    Jessica
    The Wondering Brain

    • The Weary Chef says

      Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope the sangria goes over well with your reunion friends. I think they will like it, and it’s easy to scale to how much you need.

    • The Weary Chef says

      Thanks, Sarah. I’m glad you introduced yourself! I think I’m talking to myself on the blogging bunch forums ;) I’m going to try to drum us up some more friends!

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  1. [...] This sangria recipe from The Weary Chef is the perfect crowd-pleasing drink to serve this long weekend.  The recipe itself is also very easy to put together, making it a terrific choice for summer entertaining.  Since peach and strawberry are sweeter flavours, we opted for the slightly dry Liebfraumilch to give the fruit a soft and mellow background against which to shine (rather than being weighed down by more sweetness). [...]

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