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Tropical White Peach Sangria Recipe

I really know nothing more refreshing than this wonderful drink!
Treat yourself to this, try it at a party or just because your worth it! A delicious fruit adult beverage for the stress in your life or just because it so delicious! Enjoy!


1  bottle dry white wine around 5 cups
3/4 cup peach flavored vodka (or use regular a good brand )
6 tablespoons frozen limeade or lemonade concentrate, thawed
1/4 cup white sugar
1 pound fresh white peaches, pitted and sliced (canned work OK, but not my first choice)
3/4 cup sliced strawberries
3/4 cup chunk pineapple
sliced limes
sliced lemons
optional green grapes and maraschino cherries
assorted umbrella toothpicks for fruit kabobs garnish


Directions

In a large pitcher, combine dry white wine, peach vodka, lime or lemonade concentrate and sugar. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Add sliced fresh white pitted peaches, assorted fruits and citrus reserving some for garnish.

Refrigerate sangria until well chilled, at least 2 hours, or overnight to blend flavors. Serve over ice, and use a slotted spoon to include sliced peaches and grapes with each serving.

37 comments:

  1. How divinely fruity! No wonder it's your favorite. I want to try it!

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  2. Dear Claudia, This sangria is a perfect refreshing drink. Have a wonderful and blessed Sunday. Catherine xo

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  3. This Sangria is very interesting. I never used white peaches, and even this delicious blend of fruit with vodka. Thanks for the suggestion ;) Have a good Sunday dear, bye

    P.S. lovely pictures

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  4. I love sangria, it's such a great match for a long drawn out barbecue with friends. Love this peachy taste you have created here. I don't make sangria too often as I'm always worried about someone drinking too much of it but sometimes I still use my mom's old recipe which soaks the fruit (peaches, plums apples, pears, and winter melon) in rum instead of vodka. Never serve to anyone who needs to get behind the wheel though!

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  5. Bev loves sangria and I believe it's about time for the Georgia Bell peaches, so I'll make sure she sees this - it looks very refreshing.

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  6. Oh, YUM! How delicious! Perfect refresher for these uber hot days~

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  7. First time I met white sangria we loved each other very much.Yours look seriously delicious:)
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  8. Claudia this looks life "relaxation" in a pitcher! Yum.

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  9. This sounds so delicious. Perfect for these dog days of Summer. So refreshing. Yummy!

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  10. Claudia, thanks for doing all of research to get this recipe right. I am not sure I agree with your results and may have to test this on my own. :-)

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  11. Oh yes I will take a pitcher. It has fruit so it's really healthy right?;) Looks amazing Claudia.

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  12. I've had a red sangria before, but not a white. We are leaving on a camping trip in a few days, I think the ingredients for this refreshing drink need to go on the list! Enjoy your Sunday. :)

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  13. Oh Claudia, I LOVE peach sangria, maybe even more than regular sangria. It always reminds me of summer! Peach schnapps would also be a great touch here, mmmm.

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  14. White sangria is my absolute favorite!

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  15. I love white peaches and I love sangria! What's not to love? Absolutely delicious and refreshing!

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  16. Tropical for sure and I could go for it right now! Love these summer drinks!

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  17. So refreshing and summery! I love it!

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  18. That's what I'm talking about! A great summer drink.

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  19. I love the white peaches in this, Claudia. A wonderful combination of stress-buster and thirst quencher!

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  20. lovely presentation Claudia looks like a wonderful summer drink

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  21. This makes me want to put my toes in the sand! A pitcher of this and my beach blanket is all I need to be a happy girl. So luscious.

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  22. the little umbrella put this one over the top!! I love Sangria, but haven't had much experience with the white ones... this one is now at the top of my list!

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  23. Another winner. You are amazing. Wish I lived near you. Kim

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  24. Look refreshing and love the fruits! this would be great on those warm days!

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  25. Very creative twist on sangria here, I will need to be on the look out for white peaches-Simply refreshing.

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  26. Sangria is definitely one of those perfect summer drinks! This version sounds super tasty =)

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  27. Sangria is the perfect summer drink! This looks refreshing, colorful and delicious!

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  28. What an awesome update for the classic drink! Photo is beautiful. I can't wait to make this!!

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  29. Ooooh with white peaches?! YUM!!! I'd love to join you for one of these! :)

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  30. Refreshing drink. Thanks for sharing.

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  31. Love me some sangria! I can't wait for the weekend to try this!

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  32. Claudia, this is fantastic! I wish I had some right now :)

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  33. with peaches being so cheap, I started making my own peach vodka lately and I'm going to use it to make this!

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  34. No wonder this is your favorite Claudia.
    Sounds so refreshing, perfect for the hot summer we're dealing with

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  35. The heat has been a beast lately and we would love this!

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  36. I just visited Big Dude's (Larry's) blog and read about Bev's sangria . . . wondering if she made your recipe too! I've just got to make this, Claudia . With this heat wave, it just sounds so refreshing and boy do we have sweet peaches in the Carolina's this year. I'll make it when i get home from my family visit!

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  37. I can't wait to eat and dring white peaches !!!pierre de Paris

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