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Sparkling Blackberry-Peach Sangria

For your next summer get-together, make a batch of sparkling blackberry-peach sangria. It's refreshing, and loaded with fresh seasonal fruit. 

A pitcher of sparkling peach blackberry sangria with a whole fresh peach.

I love a good glass of sangria. Doesn't matter if it's summer, winter, spring or fall. Even better, it's so easy to make a big batch for a crowd!

This sangria is white-wine based (I used a dry pinot grigio with peachy notes), and is flavored with seasonal summer fruit: peaches and blackberries.

Since peaches can be mild in flavor, it gets even more peach flavor from peach nectar. Peach nectar is just pureed peach flesh, sometimes with extra water and/or sugar. The added pulp makes it thicker than juice.

I had to check a few stores before I found it. I ended up finding it in the international aisle of my local Wegman's, near the coconut milk. If you really can't find it locally, and don't want to order it online, you can substitute peach schnapps.

An overhead shot of a glass of sparkling blackberry peach sangria, the pitcher and a fresh peach.

This makes a good-sized batch for a summer get-together crowd. It would be good with any kind of stone fruit in place of (or in addition to) the peaches, and any kind of berries in place of (or in addition to) the blackberries.

The sweetness of this drink will vary depending on what kind of wine you use, how ripe your fruit is, and whether your peach nectar has added sugar. After the sangria has chilled overnight, taste it. If you don't think it's sweet enough, add a tablespoonful or two of honey, stirring until it has dissolved, before adding the prosecco and serving.

An overhead shot of a glass of sparkling blackberry peach sangria, a fresh peach and three blackberries.

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Sparkling Blackberry Peach Sangria

Yield: 16 6-oz glasses
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 8 hours
Total Time: 8 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1,500 mL dry white wine, 2 bottles
  • 750 mL prosecco
  • 1 cup peach nectar
  • 1 cup triple sec
  • 1 cup white rum
  • 12 oz. fresh blackberries, rinsed
  • 2 fresh peaches, sliced

Instructions

  1. Pour the white wine, prosecco, peach nectar, triple sec and rum into a large pitcher, stir to combine.
  2. Add the sliced peaches and blackberries.
  3. Place the pitcher in the refrigerator, and chill overnight.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 6-oz glass
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 127Sodium: 5mgCarbohydrates: 11gFiber: 1gSugar: 9g

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Adapted from The Spiffy Cookie

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Laura | Mother Would Know

Thursday 28th of June 2018

I could drink the entire pitcher of this delicious-looking summer delight. And then, I'd be fishing the peach chunks out for sure. I'm off red wine right now (the tannins don't agree with me) and so I don't get to do my favorite red wine sangria. I'd been bemoaning that fact until now - because now I have the perfect substitute.

Carol Borchardt

Wednesday 27th of June 2018

Ooooh! We love sangria! This looks and sounds so wonderful! And since I'm more of a white wine drinker than red wine drinker, this is definitely going on the must-make list for summer!

Karen @Karen's Kitchen stories

Tuesday 26th of June 2018

I've just discovered white wine sangria, and can't wait to try this one. Your peaches look delicious!!

Kristy Bernardo

Tuesday 26th of June 2018

My boy looooves sangria (more than beer!) and I'm definitely going to make him a big batch to take to our 4th of July festivities this year. Thanks for the recipe!

Jane, The Heritage Cook

Tuesday 26th of June 2018

I am now officially craving a whole pitcher of this gorgeous sangria! I love the addition of peaches and berries, they make it such a pretty cocktail to enjoy all summer long!

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