Refreshing, fruity and fun! This white wine and peach sangria recipe is perfect for parties and friends. Jump to the White Wine and Peach Sangria Recipe or read on to see our tips for making it.
How to Make Peach Sangria with White Wine
Make this white sangria the night before or minutes before. Either way, the combination of dry white wine, Grand Marnier and peach nectar is mind-blowing. Throw in some freshly sliced peaches and a handful of frozen berries for color and you’ll be the hero of the party.
There’s two options for serving. Serve as is (delicious and pretty potent) or fill each glass half or three-quarters full and top with sparkling water for more of a spritzer. We like it both ways, but for a party, would probably extend the life of the sangria a bit by add the sparking water.
More Sangria Recipes
- Our Favorite Red Sangria Recipe — You will love this classic sangria made with dry red wine, seasonal fruits, and brandy (optional).
- Raspberry Peach White Sangria — A fresh and fruity white sangria made with peaches, raspberries, vanilla, Moscato and Riesling. This sangria is almost too good.
Recipe updated, originally posted September 2012. Since posting this in 2012, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne
White Wine and Peach Sangria
This combines dry white wine (we like to use Sauvignon Blanc), Grand Marnier (an orange liqueur) and peach nectar. Peach nectar can be purchased at most supermarkets, just look in the aisle where juices are sold. You could also try online. We don’t like our cocktails too sweet and felt the peach nectar sweetened things up enough. If you prefer it a little sweeter, add a splash of simple syrup or honey.
When serving, you can serve as is (delicious and pretty potent) or fill each glass half or three-quarters full and top with sparkling water for more of a wine spritzer.
You Will Need
1 (750-ml) chilled bottle dry white wine like Sauvignon Blanc
1 cup (235 ml) Grand Marnier
1 (12-ounce) can peach nectar, chilled
2 peaches, pits removed and sliced
1 cup (125 grams) mixed berries
Sparking water, optional to turn into spritzers
1Stir white wine, Grand Marnier and peach nectar in a pitcher, and then add peaches. Refrigerate at least 20 minutes up to overnight. Just before serving, add the berries and sparkling water.
Adam and Joanne's Tips
- Make ahead: Sangria can be made 1 day in advance (possibly a bit longer). Keep it covered and stored in the refrigerator. Add the sparkling water just before serving.
- Nutrition Facts: The nutrition facts provided below are estimates. We have used the USDA database to calculate approximate values.