Peach Sangria

finished sangria

I know it’s not peach season anymore, but it’s still warm outside, even in November. And sometimes, you need a peach treat.

Sangria is really very easy to make. Don’t worry that peaches aren’t in season right now–you can use frozen fruit! This sangria is made with a white wine. You will probably want to choose one that is a little sweeter. I found a peach wine to use as the base.

To make a sangria, start with a 750 ml size bottle of wine. If serving a crowd, you can always double the recipe. This is so tasty, you might have a glass with a meal and celebrate by yourself!

a sweet peach wine makes a tasty base!

Pour the wine into a pitcher. Add to it 1/2 cup of peach schnapps. Cut 2 peaches into slices (if using fresh peaches), or add about 2 peaches worth of frozen peach slices (thawed).

sliced peaches

You can either add slices of fresh lemon or lime or both. I decided to squeeze in a lime.

a citrus press makes squeezing limes easy!

Give all of the ingredients a good stir and chill for a couple of hours. This will give time for the flavors to mix. This recipe makes about 4 servings.

Peach White Wine Sangria

originally from The Peach Cookbook

750 ml bottle of peach or sweet white wine

1/2 cup peach schnapps

2 peaches, pitted and thinly sliced (or use frozen peaches, if peaches are not currently in season)

1 lime or lemon, sliced (or squeeze the juice from either fruit)

In large pitcher, combine ingredients. Chill at least 2 hours before serving to allow flavors to mix and to cool to serving temperature.

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