Peach Rosé Sangria
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Peach Rosé Sangria
This Peach Rosé Sangria is a very easy-to-make cocktail that’s perfect for a gathering or simply sipping on a hot day! This refreshing cocktail is filled with peach flavors, and the combination of peaches and Rosé is just perfect.
Peach sangria is a delicious and flavorful cocktail that’s easy to make for a group or just for yourself.
This peach sangria is made with Rosé instead of white wine. The peach flavors combine perfectly with the Rosé for a delightful drink you will surely enjoy!
Peach Rosé Sangria Ingredients
You only need a few ingredients to make this summer cocktail.
- a bottle Rosé wine
- some peach liqueur
- peach nectar
- a few peaches
- sparkling water
- garnishes like fresh mint leaves and starfruit
How to Make Peach Rosé Sangria
Pour the wine into your jar.
Continue by adding your peach liqueur, nectar, and sugar. Mix until combined. (You might notice the sugar doesn’t completely dissolve immediately, but it will.)
Slice your peaches and add them to your cocktail with your raspberries. Mix gently so you don’t break the fruit. Place in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours, so the sugar dissolves and the sangria has more of a fruity taste.
Before serving, add some ice to your glasses. Pour the sangria along with some of the fruit into the glass. Top with sparkling water and garnish with a fresh peach slice, star fruit, and/or fresh mint leaves once you are ready to serve.
How long do you let the fruit sit in sangria?
You need to let the fruit sit in sangria for at least 30 minutes and overnight if you have time. Traditional sangria allows the fruit to marinate for at least 8 hours for the best-tasting sangria.
What kind of fruit do you put in sangria?
You can add any fruit to sangria. Add some citrus fruits, and other fresh fruit like apricots, apples, peaches, and strawberries. I suggest picking fruit that will pair well with the wine that is used in the sangria recipe.
If you use red wine you can add fruit like cherries and plums. If you use white wine or rosé use a lighter fruit like peaches.
What makes a sangria a sangria?
Sangria originated in Portugal and Spain. It is an alcoholic punch made with wine, a liqueur, some sparkling water, fruit juices, and a variety of fruit. Sangria is an alcoholic punch that originated in Spain and Portugal. Sangria is typically made from either red wine or white wine.
How to serve peach sangria
When you are ready to serve sangria, add some ice to your glasses. Pour the sangria with some of the marinated fruit into the glass. Top with sparkling water and garnish with a few slices of fresh fruit and herbs like mint.
Is peach sangria sweet?
Yes, peach sangria is slightly sweet. It tastes light, crispy, and fruity. It tastes like wine that has been sweetened.
What do you serve sangria with?
You can serve sangria with light dishes like seafood, fruit, charcuterie, and dessert. It goes great with appetizers. It is a tasty drink to sip on a hot day.
More summer drinks
These drinks would be great to serve together at a summer party.
- Tequila Sunrise
- Blood Orange Cocktail
- Strawberry Paloma
- Pineapple Orange Rum Punch
- Strawberry Paloma
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Happy summer, friends!
Peach Rosé Sangria Recipe
- 1 bottle Rosé wine (750ml)
- ⅓ cup of Peach liqueur (peach schnapps)
- ½ cup of peach nectar
- 3 Tablespoons of Sugar
- 3 peaches
- 1 cup of raspberries
- Sparkling water
- Optional: Mint leaves and starfruit.
- Pour the wine into your jar.
- Continue by adding your peach liqueur, nectar, and sugar. Mix until combined. (You might notice the sugar doesn't completely dissolve immediately, but it will.)
- Slice your peaches and add them to your cocktail with your raspberries. Mix gently so you don't break the fruit. Place in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours, so the sugar dissolves and the sangria has more of a fruity taste.
- Before serving, add some ice to your glasses. Pour the sangria along with some of the fruit into the glass. Top with sparkling water and garnish with a fresh peach slice, starfruit, and/or fresh mint leaves once you are ready to serve.
- Adjust the alcoholic content and sweetness to your preferences. (For the peach liqueur, start with ¼ of a cup and add more if you like it a bit stronger.)
- If you do not want it so sweet, start with 2 Tablespoons of sugar and continue adding to taste.
- Refrigerate your rosé wine, peach nectar, fruits, and club soda at least a day before making this, so everything is nice and chilled.
- Sangria gets better the longer it sits. Give the sangria time to chill in the fridge for at least two hours before serving. You can wait even longer, so the flavors meld together.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 215Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 10mgCarbohydrates: 30gFiber: 3gSugar: 25gProtein: 2g