Peaches! I am all about peaches, especially white peaches. There is something so fresh and summery about fresh peaches. This white peach sangria with peach schnapps is made for front porch sitting on a summer evening.
I recently bought a ton of peaches. We made some no-churn peaches and cream ice cream for the kids and peach sangria with peach schnapps and Moscato for me and Mike.
Sangria is so fun to make and you can go wild with the fruits. From a fresh Strawberry Lemonade Sangria to a fall favorite Caramel Apple Sangria, be sure to mix up a couple of these sangria recipes for your next party.
How To Make White Peach Sangria With Peach Schnapps
Let’s get started on making this peach sangria with peach schnapps that is perfect for a hot summer day. First, pit and slice two fresh peaches. You can leave the peel on or peel the peaches first. This is totally a personal preference and the peel is actually a nutrient-rich part of the peach.
Place the sliced peaches in a large pitcher then top with one bottle of wine. I used Moscato but I have used Pinot Grigio before. Moscato will give a sweeter sangria, but both are very tasty and refreshing.
Then top with two cups peach juice and one cup Peach Schnapps. I use the fresh refrigerated peach juice, but if you are unable to find peach juice, white grape juice will be a close enough substitute.
Refrigerate until well chilled, at least four hours or so. If you start with pre-chilled wine, juice, and Schnapps, you could reduce the chill time, but you still want to give enough time for the flavors to come together. I would say at least an hour
Peach Sangria with Moscato is fresh and summery as is, but throw in some sliced strawberries, fresh raspberries, or any other fresh berry.
Frequently Asked Questions About Peach Schnapps Sangria
- Can I use frozen peaches? Yes. White peaches are seasonal and thawed frozen peaches can be substituted for fresh peaches.
- What can I use other than Moscato wine? While Moscato is a sweet wine, the choice of wine used in this white peach sangria recipe is a largely personal preference. For a drier sangria, I have used Pinot Grigio before. Sauvignon Blanc would also be a good choice.
- 1 bottle Moscato (or white wine of choice)
- 1 cup Peach Schnapps
- 2 peaches
- 2 cups peach juice
- Slice two fresh peaches and place in the bottom of a large pitcher.
- Top with one bottle white wine, one cup Peach Schnapps, and two cups peach juice.
- Chill in the refrigerator for rat least four hours to chill and let the flavors incorporate
- I used Moscato in this recipe, but any white wine can be used. I have used Pinot Grigio before.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 6 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 256 Total Fat: 0g Saturated Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 18mg Carbohydrates: 21g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 20g Protein: 1g
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