Peach Sangria

This sparkling peach sangria recipe is perfect for fun summer garden parties or even a Thursday night outdoor grilling dinner. This sangria uses white wine instead of traditional red wine, making a light, flavorful and refreshing drink. Substitute fresh strawberry slices in place of or in addition to raspberries for a fruit-infused white wine.

A wine glass holds peach sangria with fresh raspberries and peach slices. There's fresh raspberries, a pitcher of sangria, and another wine glass full of sangria around it.

A glass of wine here and there is not only relaxing, it can be healthy in moderation. Now you can have an easy peach sangria wine spritzer-like drink to help wind down from the day at work.

I’m not a big drinker, but I do enjoy an occasional glass of wine, but I don’t like it too sweet. On the flip side, I don’t like my wine too dry either. I’m looking for the goldilocks of drinks. That’s where this raspberry peach sangria steps in.

What is Sangria?

Sangria is a wine beverage combined with fruit and juices to make a sweet, refreshing alcoholic beverage. You can use either red or white wine to make sangria.

Why This Recipe is a Winner

  • Adding peach slices to this sangria infuses it with lots of peach flavor
  • Comes together in minutes — this recipe is easy to prepare and then the pitcher sits in the fridge to let the juices and wine flavors come together
  • Serving sangria with sparkling water adds a bubbly effect, making each glass delicious and festive.

What You Need

Looking down on a white table with ingredients. The labels next to them read, raspberries, peach nectar, maple syrup, wine, seltzer, and peaches.

You can find the full printable recipe, including ingredient quantities, below. But first, here are some explanations of ingredients and steps to help you make this recipe perfect every time.

Here are the ingredients you’ll need for this recipe:

  • White wine — You’ll need a bottle of white wine. I prefer using a Sauvignon Blanc but just about any white wine will do here. If yours is drier, consider adding a bit more maple syrup.
  • Peach nectar — You can find peach nectar or peach juice next to the juice drinks in most major grocery stores.
  • Maple Syrup — I love using maple syrup to add a subtle sweetness to this drink. You can substitute agave nectar. If you prefer reduced sugar, stir in some stevia.
  • Peaches — You’ll need 3 or 4 regular or white peaches.
  • Sparkling water — This is optional, but I love adding sparkling water to individual glasses. I love a little bubbly in my drink!
  • Raspberries — Adding fresh raspberries before serving is another great option for flavor and color.

Ingredient Spotlight

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What White Wine is Best for Sangria?

There are a number of white wines that work great in sangria. In fact, just about any white wine will do. A Riesling, a Pinot Grigio, and even a sweeter Moscato all work great. Prosecco is an Italian sparkling white wine which is another great choice for sangria. I recommend using a standard 750 ml bottle for this recipe.

How to Make Peach Sangrias

If you’re wondering how to make white peach sangria recipes, you’ll be pleased to know they’re relatively easy to make. In fact, you don’t need to buy sangria at the store, this homemade peach sangria recipe is so easy!

  1. Add the peach slices to a pitcher.
    Looking gown on a pitcher full of sliced peaches.
  2. Stir together the peach nectar and maple syrup.
    A hand holds a bowl with maple syrup and is pouring it into a glass measuring cup with peach juice in it.
  3. Pour the peach nectar into the pitcher with the peaches.
    A hand holds a glass measuring cup full of peach juice and is pouring it into a pitcher with sliced peaches.
  4. Add the white wine and gently stir.
    Wine is being poured into a pitcher full of peach slices.
  5. Refrigerate for an hour, up to overnight. 
  6. To serve, add the fresh raspberries to the pitcher.
  7. Pour individual servings into wine glasses with ice. Make sure each glass gets a piece or two of fruit.
  8. Top off the glasses with sparking water for a sparkling drink.
    A hand holds a can of club soda and is pouring it into a wine glass full of sangria. There are fresh raspberries around the glass and a pitcher of sangria in the background. 

What is a good white wine for sangria?

You can use several different wines to make simple peach sangria recipes. Here are my favorite wines for white sangria:

  • I prefer Sauvignon Blanc because it’s not overly sweet
  • However, you can also make peach sangria with moscato — it’s a sweeter wine, but you can always reduce the added sweetener in your peach moscato sangria
  • Riesling works very well
  • Pinot Grigio is tasty in this sangria too.

I love the idea of enjoying a drink after work, or with pizza, or a salad, or whatever. I love this post answering any questions you might have about sangria!

A wine glass holds peach sangria, ice cubes, raspberries, and peach slices. There is another glass and a pitcher in the background. There are fresh raspberries on the table beside the glasses.

Frequently-Asked Questions

What is peach sangria?

Peach sangria is a mixture of white wine, peaches, and peach juice along with other fruits. It creates a refreshing cocktail you can serve any time of year, but it’s particularly a draw in the summer when peaches are at their peak of ripeness.

Is peach sangria good for you?

There are health benefits to consuming wine in moderation. Adding peaches and other fruit also adds to the health benefits of this tasty drink.

What You’ll Love About this Summer Sangria

I love making white sangria with peaches because it’s:

  • Simple & Easy
  • Fruity
  • Easy-to-make
  • Made with fewer than 10 ingredients
  • Peachy!

But there’s also something about the combination of the white wine and the peach and the raspberry that just does something for me.

I love to serve this raspberry peach sangria mix with:

  • Salads
  • Pizza
  • Grilled Veggie Burgers

It’s perfect with just about any summertime meal.

Don’t have a fancy pitcher for your sangria? A mason jar works great, too!

A mason jar holds white win sangria with lots of peach slices.

Storage Tips

If you have leftover sangria, it will last in the fridge for up to 4 or 5 days. You can freeze sangria. To do so, remove the fruit and transfer it to freezer-safe containers where it will keep for up to 3 or 4 months. To thaw, transfer the container to the fridge overnight. Then add fruit before serving.

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More Vegan Beverages

If you love this peach sangria recipe, here are some more tasty cocktails and beverages to try:

White peach sangria is in a wine glass along with peach slices and fresh raspberries. There are fresh raspberries, another glass of sangria and a pitcher of sangria in the background.
Looking into a wine glass full of peach sangria, ice cubes, raspberries, and peach slices.

Peach Sangria

Serve this Peach Sangria at your next outdoor party or any night of the week. With only a few ingredients, this white sangria recipe is so easy to make and refreshing!
5 from 2 votes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Chilling Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
Servings: 6
Calories: 214kcal
Author: Namely Marly

Ingredients

  • 3 to 4 fresh peaches, pits removed and sliced
  • 3 tablespoons maple syrup
  • ½ cup peach nectar
  • 1 bottle white wine
  • 2 cans sparkling water
  • ½ cup fresh raspberries

Instructions

  • Add the peach slices to a pitcher.
  • Stir together the peach nectar and maple syrup.
  • Pour the peach nectar mixture and wine into the pitcher with the peaches. Gently stir and then refrigerate for an hour, up to overnight.
  • To serve, add the fresh raspberries to the pitcher. Then pour individual servings into wine glasses with ice. Make sure each glass gets a piece or two of fruit. Top off the glasses with sparking water for a sparkling drink.
  • If you have leftovers, it will last in the fridge for up to 4 or 5 days. You can freeze sangria. To do so, remove the fruit and transfer to freezer-safe containers where it will keep for up to 3 or 4 months. To thaw, transfer the container to the fridge overnight.

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Notes

You can substitute 2 to 3 teaspoons of stevia or your favorite zero-calorie sweetener to reduce the sugars in this drink.
Nutrition Facts
Peach Sangria
Amount Per Serving
Calories 214 Calories from Fat 9
% Daily Value*
Fat 1g2%
Saturated Fat 1g5%
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 1g
Sodium 42mg2%
Potassium 470mg13%
Carbohydrates 31g10%
Fiber 3g12%
Sugar 25g28%
Protein 2g4%
Vitamin A 627IU13%
Vitamin C 15mg18%
Calcium 44mg4%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

The nutrition information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator and should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.

Whatever cocktail you’re sipping on, enjoy!

6 Responses to Peach Sangria

  1. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyCourtney @ NeighborFood Reply

    I’m not a big drinker either, but Sangria is one of my favorites, especially peach sangria! It’s one of the only things I order when we go out to eat. I’m saving this one for post-baby!

    • Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyMarly

      I remember my first drink post-baby. As I’ve said before here I’m not a big drinker, but for some reason when I was pregnant and therefore couldn’t drink, it felt like I craved it even more. Can’t wait to meet you little guy one of these days…soon! 🙂

  2. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyMargaret @ Veggie Primer Reply

    Looks delicious! Just pinned it for future reference! 🙂

  3. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyLucy @ cheatingvegan.com Reply

    Hi Marly, this looks amazing! I’m making a note to whip up a pitcher for the 4th of July. I just started following you on Pinterest. I love your site. Your photos are gorgeous!

  4. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyJennifer Harmon {Peppers and Peaches} Reply

    Oh Marly, if only we could balance each other out a bit with the chocolate/alcohol consumption. I, for one, hardly ever crave chocolate. A glass or two of wine before bed, though, I cannot turn down. Or I can, but only when I am on a health detox. That is why I really enjoy sangria as it has a little more to it with the addition of whole fruits. I will probably make a batch of this but add the sparkling water each time I make a glass. It sounds so refreshing!

    • Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyMarly

      Jennifer, I think it sounds like we DO balance each other out. The way you feel about chocolate? That’s exactly how I feel about alcohol. The only difference is I like to imagine a drink in my hand. I will even anticipate Friday evening cocktails, only to get half-way through my drink and hand the rest of it to my hubby. But I do enjoy the part of it I had!! But I will confess to drinking the entire glass of this sangria. I agree with you – there’s something about a sangria that feels a little easier to drink. 🙂

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