Refreshing Peach Sangria is the taste of summer in your glass. The combination of peaches, mango, and orange creates a tropical flavor profile that dances on your palate. Crisp white wine adds a refreshing undertone, balancing the sweetness of the fruits.
Served over ice, this Peach Sangria transports you to a sun-soaked beach, where every sip is like a mini-vacation. Whether you’re hosting a barbecue, lounging by the pool, or enjoying a summer afternoon, this delicious white wine sangria embodies relaxation and indulgence. Cheers to the refreshing taste of summer captured in a single glass!
Sangria is a fruit infused wine beverage derived from Spain where fruits are muddled with and soaked in wine. You can use a variety of fruits, sweeteners, other liquors, and different types of wine to make sangria – the options are limitless. Today’s white peach sangria is infused with fresh fruit – peaches and mangos, and mixed with a peach, mango, and orange puree for the perfect summer cocktail.
Sangria concoctions are always easy recipes that are the perfect summer drink. Try our strawberry sangria, red sangria jello shots, frozen red wine slushies, white wine slushie recipe, or our Christmas sangria for more wine+fruit ideas!
- White wine (Sauvignon Blanc, Moscato, Pinot Grigio or pinot gris): Forms the base of the sangria. Choose one of your favorite wines – if you like to drink it alone, you’ll be more likely to love it when you add fresh fruit! Consider choosing a less sweet wine though, since overall, this is a sweeter sangria.
- Triple sec: Adds a hint of citrus flavor and increases the overall sweetness of the sangria. Grand marnier is perfect, also.
- Orange juice: Provides additional citrus notes and contributes to the fruity taste.
- Simple syrup: Sweetens the sangria, balancing the flavors and adding a touch of sweetness, use sparingly and taste your sangria first.
- Peaches: Pureed or muddled together with mango and orange juice, creating a fruit base for the sangria. Additional peaches are sliced and added to the pitcher for visual appeal and bites of juicy fruit. Ripe peaches are best and a signature of hot summer months, so check your farmer’s market for summer peaches. You can use white peaches or yellow peaches.
- Mango: Half of the mango is pureed with peach and the juices, while the other half is sliced and added to the pitcher, adding a tropical twist and texture.
- Blueberries for garnish: Adds a pop of color and a burst of fruity freshness to the finished sangria.
- Club soda: Provides a light and effervescent element to the sangria, adding a sparkling touch and enhancing the overall refreshment.
For a full list of ingredients and their measurements, 📋 please view my printable recipe card at the bottom of the post.
Additional garnishes might include fresh mint leaves for a touch of herbal freshness and slices of citrus fruits like oranges or lemons.
Substitutions and Variations
- Peach sangria blends well with a variety of other fruit flavors. Add complimentary flavors like pineapple to increase the tropical vibe.
- If you want a stronger peach flavor, peach nectar or peach juice instead of the orange juice would be a great option.
- Substituting strawberries or fresh raspberries for the mango or blueberries would also be lovely.
- Use a peach liqueur like peach schnapps or peach brandy instead of the triple sec to steer away from citrus flavors.
Step 1: In a blender or food processor, pulse together one peach, ½ mango, and the orange juice into a puree. You can alternately muddle these ingredients together instead of making the puree.
Step 2: Dice the mango and two peaches, removing their pits. Place the sliced fruit in a pitcher or carafe.
Step 3: To the pitcher or beverage dispenser, add the fruit puree, simple syrup, triple sec, and wine. Stir the white sangria together.
Step 4: Refrigerate overnight.
It’s important for the mix of ingredients to blend together and for the wine to absorb the flavor from the fruit added to it. Sangria is best if soaked together overnight, but give it at least a few hours to meddle together if you don’t have time to mix the drink the night before. Since peaches have a subtle flavor, this peach sangria recipe really does get better the longer the flavors sit.
Step 5: Serve over ice, adding blueberries for garnish and a splash of club soda to each glass, if desired.
You can mix up this sangria for a small or larger group. Simple multiply the recipe. As given, the following ingredients will make 4-6 servings.
Use fresh, ripe fruit for the best results.
Leftover sangria will keep in the refrigerator for several days. Add ice and club soda to each individual serving rather than the pitcher/carafe so that you don’t water down the sangria.
You can also skip making the fruit puree. I find that the peach flavor permeates the wine more quickly if pureed, but you can certainly just slice all the fruit and toss it into the pitcher.
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Summer Peach Sangria
- 1 750ml bottle white wine Sauvignon Blanc, Moscato, Pinot Grigio
- ½ cup triple sec
- ½ cup orange juice
- ½ cup simple syrup
- 3 peaches
- 1 mango
- blueberries for garnish
- 1 cup club soda
- Puree or muddle together one peach, half of a mango, and orange juice.
- Slice other half of mango and two peaches into neat slices. Add to pitcher or carafe.
- In pitcher, combine fruit puree, fruit slices, triple sec, white wine, and simple syrup. Stir.
- Refrigerate sangria overnight (or for at least several hours).
- Serve sangria over ice with a splash of club soda. Garnish with blueberries.