Our refreshing homemade white sangria is the perfect summertime cocktail to serve during parties, cookouts, and laid back summer evenings for its classic and simple charm! Brimming with fruity treasures of lemon, orange, raspberry, and peach with a hint of vanilla- melded in a crisp, sweet blend of Riesling and peach schnapps, this breezy refreshment is guaranteed to put your mind at ease.
Wash and dry the produce. Using a paring knife, halve the peaches along the cores. Turn the two halves against each other. Then, quarter the peaches into wedges and set aside.
Add the sliced orange, sliced lemon, fresh raspberries, and peach wedges to a large pitcher.
Pour the Riesling wine, peach schnapps, and lemon juice into the pitcher.
Add the granulated sugar and vanilla. To add the vanilla, gently slice the vanilla bean lengthwise, then scrape vanilla beans out of their pods. Discard the pods.
Stir until well combined and then place the sangria in the refrigerator for 2 to 24 hours, allowing the flavors to meld together. Before serving, add ice cubes and garnish with additional fresh raspberries or more sliced lemons or oranges if preferred.
Although it may be tempting, resist the urge to drink or serve your sangria immediately. Sangria tastes best after resting in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours, preferably 24 hours, allowing the flavors to meld together.
If you'd like to make your white sangria a mocktail for all to enjoy, or you'd like to make a second batch for the kids, it's simple to do.
Simply, omit the white Riesling and peach schnapps from the white sangria and replace them with one bottle of Sprite, 7up, Sierra mist, ginger ale, sparkling cider, or soda water, and one bottle of apple juice or white grape juice.
Quick, easy, and loaded with fresh fruit, white sangria is the ultimate go-to summer cocktail. This versatile summery sip can be prepared in minutes with wine, liquor, sweetener, favorite juice (or soda), and any fresh fruit, making the possibilities for this classic drink limitless!
When it comes to sangria, you can adjust the blend to suit your tastes. Experiment with the different types of wine such as Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, or any dry sparkling wine. Then choose fresh fruits that will complement the flavors of the wine you've selected for your sangria's base. Popular choices for white sangria fruits include blueberries, strawberries, apples, mango, pineapple, blackberries, and kiwi.