Prep Time
10 Mins
Other Time
8 Hours
Yield
Makes about 9 cups

Our easy peach sangria combines two of the sweetest parts of summer: fresh peaches and rosé. Seasonal fruit is the star of this cool summer sipper, but the booze makes it just a bit more fun. This crisp and refreshing cocktail is the perfect mix-ahead drink to make in bulk. Give the flavors at least eight hours to meld together before enjoying with a splash of sparkling water. To keep this batch cocktail extra cool in the summer heat, you can sub in frozen raspberries for fresh, but be sure to use rosé instead of white Zinfandel. Make this party drink for all of your summertime get-togethers and cookouts, and don’t be surprised if everybody wants seconds of the crowd-pleasing cocktail.

How to Make It

Step 1

Combine first 5 ingredients in a pitcher; stir until sugar is dissolved. Stir in peaches and raspberries. Cover and chill 8 hours.

Step 2

Stir in chilled club soda just before serving.

Step 3

*Peach-flavored vodka may be substituted. Omit peach nectar.

Step 4

**1 cup frozen raspberries may be substituted.

Ratings & Reviews

nvrskpbrkfst's Review

MrsH0507
June 23, 2012
This is one of my favorites; people always love it. I used a Nobilo sauv blanc the first time I made it (I already had it on hand)...it's citrusy and just a little bit peppery on its own, but with the other ingredients it just takes the peaches to a new level. I omitted the extra sugar and reduced the amount of lemonade concentrate to 3 or 4 Tbsp, to suit my taste for sweetness and tartness. I found peach nectar in the "international" section of the grocery in a soda-like can made by Jumex (from Mexico.) It's great for a summer picnic, but I keep the ingredients on hand just so I can make this whenever. If you find good frozen peaches, the whole thing takes 2 minutes to prep (do chill it overnight though; you've got to let the fruit soak to bring out the flavors.) Absolute A+

This is a winner 🍑🍸

leslieadavis
October 27, 2016
I have used both Pinot Noir & Savignon Blanc with similar results, both very good. I use Peach Schnapps & the entire can of peach nectar omitting the lemonade concentrate and sugar. I also use frozen peaches. Making a day ahead is essential. Cheers!🍑🍸

bigalotbunches's Review

Lilybell
July 04, 2013
I make this for all my get togethers. It's always a hit. Tastes good when you first make it. Tastes better if you let it sit.

hotinarizona's Review

bigalotbunches
June 01, 2013
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hcooking's Review

joannamay
June 22, 2012
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SamanthaSW's Review

LynnieM
June 19, 2012
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leslieadavis's Review

mandarin
September 24, 2011
This is the only Sangria recipe I've made, but it has been a hit both times I have served it at cookouts.

Lilybell's Review

savagegirl
August 27, 2011
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MrsH0507's Review

hotinarizona
July 18, 2011
This is the greatest! I'm making it for every summer gathering from now on. I made a double recipe for dinner for 16 adults and it was gone in about 30 minutes. Notes: 1) a double recipe fits perfectly in a gallon pitcher; 2) I had neither vodka nor peach nectar, but I did have peach schnapps which I substituted to great effect; 3) I'm not sure what the fresh fruit adds to the recipe beside cost, so I'm likely to skip it in the future. All that cutting is time-consuming! It's possible that bagged-frozen-fruit-as-ice-cubes might work nicely. 4) I used Yellow Tail rose. Make this - your guests will love it!

Econcook's Review

Econcook
July 12, 2011
I couldn't find a rose (imagine), so did use white zin. It was good, but I wouldn't say it was great. Also could not find peach nectar so used the peach-flavored vodka. Had about 15 guests, made a double batch as everyone else recommended, and they drained it before the party ended, so they must have liked it more than I did. Several who do not usually have a drink tried it, and liked it, too. Served this on a hot summer day, which may have helped.