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White Peach Sangria with Raspberries and Nectarines

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I’ve always been one to be pretty willing to try new things, and even come up with what my husband says are “concoctions” for recipes.  Most of the time they turn out pretty good, with maybe a bit of tweaking, but not always.  Summer drinks can be a refreshing item to add to any menu, or just to enjoy as these days are getting hotter here in the South.  This White Peach Sangria with Raspberries and Nectarines combines so many of my favorite summer time flavors.

Walking through Trader Joe’s recently I spied a carton of nectarines which were just at a nice ripeness stage, then white peaches – thinking to myself, OK – I’m here to buy wine so why not try my hand at Sangria.  I’ve never made it except for a non-alcoholic version a few years ago.  Oh, and let’s throw in some raspberries for flavor too.

After a day of shopping in Atlanta and the AC in my car not working just right, this would make a nice treat for us when we  got home.  Now to figure out how to make it.  I think my nieces from Arkansas enjoyed being the guinea pigs on this.

We looked up several different recipes to see what else was needed and there are as many recipes for this as there is a chocolate cake.  

Since this being done on a whim, I had to use what I had, or close by.  This is my favorite wine and always a must when shopping at Trader Joe’s.  Luckily a trip to the liquor store to pick up peach brandy was only a five minute drive.

We were all tired and anxious to try it, but I actually liked it a bit better the 2nd day.  Plus, it had turned this pretty peachy-pink color from all of the fruit.
Don’t forget the fruit is really good to eat – although it will be a bit strong.
White Peach Sangria with Raspberries and Nectarines

A light drink with lots of fruit flavor.


  • 1 bottle wine - Moscato D'Asti or any dry, white wine
  • 1 cup peach brandy
  • 4 white peaches, sliced
  • 2 nectarines, sliced
  • 1 pint raspberries
  • l liter Ginger Ale


  1. Place sliced fruit in large bowl
  2. Pour in Wine and Brandy
  3. Stir lightly so not to mash fruit
  4. Gently pour in Ginger Ale
  5. Stir
  6. Chill


Wash all fruit before using
Chill liquids before mixing if you want to serve immediately

 Another version I think I will try next time is adding blackberries instead of raspberries.  Really though, it would be hard to go wrong with almost any fresh fruit. 

If you prefer a non-alcoholic drink, you might want to try this:

What about a few more drink ideas?



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  1. Homemade sangria, while fun to make, is definitely a go-to cocktail for the summer. I really like how you made your own combination of fruit to try out! I should make some soon

    1. And this could work with any of your favorite fruits. I think I will try blackberries instead of raspberries next time to see how that works. Hope you will sign up and follow for more great recipes and ideas.

  2. I love to make my own cocktails. I love that this has fresh fruit in it, we get amazing peaches at our farmers market. This would be perfect to enjoy at our fire pit at night!!

    1. I like it the 2nd day better really because you can taste the fruit more. It does get darker in color, but that’s ok with me. Hope you will sign up and follow for more great recipes and ideas.

  3. I love peaches and Sangria…This sounds divine! I haven’t ever tried Moscato D’Asti brand of wine before. I can’t wait to give this a try.

      1. It was clear on the first day but I really liked it better the 2nd. More of the fruit taste could be tasted. Hope you will sign up and follow for more great recipes and ideas.

    1. This is my favorite wine because I like a sweeter taste. I buy this when I get to Atlanta at Trader Joes. $8.99 there, local liquor stores it’s $17.99. Hope you will sign up and follow for more great recipes and ideas.

  4. LOL My husband calls my recipes concoctions too. “what sort of concoction did you think up tonight?” And sometimes… it’s fantastic (aka restaurant quality if it’s good) and other times, fit for the garbage.

    I should try making drinks BEFORE supper. That’s an idea. Give him a little liquor and he’ll think everything tastes grand!

    1. Sometimes I don’t tell them what’s in it until after they try it. A few things I do have to stay away from – olives being the big one. And I LOVE them. Hope you will sign up and follow for more great recipes and ideas.

  5. I’m not a drinker but once in a while in gatherings I also try to socialize with my family and friends. I have tried sangria and I love it. I never prepared this for myself, but there’s always a first time for anything. I’ll try this on dinner with my favorite wine.

    1. I’m not a liquor drinker but do like wine and some of the fruity drinks. This wine is very sweet so it doesn’t have some of that bitter taste. Hope you will sign up and follow for more great recipes and ideas.

  6. That does look tasty! We don’t drink alcohol, so I’d like to try a non-alcoholic version. It’s been hotter than usual here in Oregon and it would be nice to have a light and refreshing fruity drink to make us forget the triple digits we’re experiencing.

    1. We aren’t big drinkers either, but some wine is always around. Try it with sparkling cider and it might work for you. Add your favorite fruits and you are set. Hope you will sign up and follow for more great recipes and ideas.

  7. The drink looks pretty and delicious. It looks light, but with a kick. I love Sangrias and the combination of peaches, nectarines and raspberries sound really good. This will be a perfect beverage to serve when entertaining adult guests.

    1. The thing about Sangria is to add the fruit you like or have on hand. I think adding the raspberries made it a lighter, fresher taste. Hope you will sign up and follow for more great recipes and ideas.

  8. Ooh I like the sound of this recipe, peaches are delicious on their own so I can imagine how yummy this Sangria tastes! Will have to pin!

  9. I’m a flippin’ sangria-a-holic! It’s my go-to drink all year round, and your recipe is one of my favorite combos! Moscato+ginger ale is a such a great mix, and then adding peaches just makes it perfect. 🙂 Pour me a glass!

  10. I’ve never had Sangria before which is strange as I’ve been to Spain a few times! This looks so refreshing, I really like how you added peaches in there. It seems like the perfect drink to enjoy in the garden on a hot summers day 🙂

  11. Moscato is my FAVORITE wine. I need to try adding peaches to my own recipe for sangria. I love that this is a recipe that is perfect for the holiday weekend. I have done sangria with applets before but not peach!

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