Strawberry Peach White Wine Sangria

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Sangria.  The nectar of the Gods.  Or, at least the over-worked, over-stressed mom.  Serve it in a stemless wineglass or a solo cup, we don’t care!  The paper straws are a cute touch though.

I love sangria.  It’s cool, refreshing and perfect for any occasion.  It even has fruit, so technically it could be good for you?  Sure.  Let’s go with that.  I’ve never been one for red wine, at least not often, so I adapted a recipe from a friend and made my perfect Strawberry Peach White Wine Sangria!

white wine sangria ingredients 1Take 1/2 cup granulated sugar, add one can of lemon-lime soda (and don’t forget to recycle the can!) and the juice of 3-4 limes.  You can heat your limes in the microwave for about 20 seconds to help them let go of their juice.

white wine sangria process 1It’s all fizzy, limey, sugary yumminess.  Just give it a good stir.  Add your wine.  Pinot Grigio.  The whole bottle.  (Don’t forget to recycle that too!)

white wine sangria process 3

Stir a little more…  You can grab a great glass pitcher like I use on Amazon.

Add I like to use a white grape / peach blend.  Brand isn’t important, just get some no sugar added / 100% juice.  Add 1 cup of that and stir.

 white wine sangria process 4Now for the fruit… I use frozen whole strawberries and sliced peaches.  You could add more fruit or different fruit all together.  It’s really what you want.  I like the pink color that the strawberries give to the sangria and the peaches are a nice compliment to the white grape / peach juice.

Let it sit for at least an hour or two so the sugar has a chance to fully dissolve and fruit can lend it’s flavor to the mix.

White-wine-sangria-7A variation for the 4th of July would be to add blueberries instead of peaches for a red, white and blue sangria!  You really can’t go wrong with most any fruit though.

While I like the red variety too, white wine sangria will always be my favorite!  Do you like sangria?  What do you like to sip it along side of?


Strawberry Peach White Wine Sangria!

Strawberry Peach White Wine Sangria!


  • 1 Large Bottle (750 ml) Pinot Grigio
  • 1/2 Cup Sugar
  • 4 Limes, Juiced
  • 1 Cup White Grape/Peach Juice Blend
  • 1 Can Lemon-Lime Soda
  • 1 Cup Whole Strawberries
  • 1 Cup Sliced Peaches


  1. In a large pitcher, combined the lime juice, grape/peach juice blend and lemon-lime soda.
  2. Add the sugar and stir until dissolved.
  3. Pour wine into the juice/sugar mixture and mix well.
  4. Add strawberries and peaches.
  5. This can be made ahead, however do not add the fruit until near time to serve, otherwise the fruit loses it's texture.
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120 Responses to Strawberry Peach White Wine Sangria

  1. Marguerite says:

    This Sangria looks fab and I can’t wait to try it! Thanks for the great recipe and for stopping by and following!It’s nice to meet you!

  2. yummo, I forgot how good Sangria is. Stopping by from the Monday Blog Hop. Love that you are reminding everyone to recycle.

  3. WOW AND YUMMMO! I LOVE sangria and your pictures are fabulous!

  4. Darcy says:

    I love Sangria – this looks like a yummy variation.

    I stumbled you, if you get a chance, please stumble

    Also followed you via GFC 🙂

  5. Oh, yum, I just made red wine sangria and have already been asked to make more so I think white wine is next! Thanks for the recipe! 🙂

    Stumbled ya! Here’s my post:
    Strawberries! Soup & Popsicles

  6. aquariann says:

    Yum, I love sangria, too! We add brandy to ours for a bit of a kick. ;D

    Btw, thanks for hopping by. I stumbled back.

  7. Julia says:

    I love Sangria and have never tried making white. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe and for stumbling by. I’ve returned the stumble on this post!

  8. Mellisa says:

    This looks AWESOME!!! I’m having a 4th of July party and I think we will have to give this a try! Thanks for the recipe and for stumbling my post. I gave you thumbs up 🙂


  9. Staci says:

    Looks delicious! Thank you for the recipe! Reciprocated the Stumble!
    Staci at 7 on a Shoestring

  10. This sangria looks stunning!! I love your photos and how your organize them.
    Stumbled back

  11. Wow that looks great!! Stumbling you back… finally! 🙂

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  13. Had Sangria out the other night and thought I have GOT to learn how to make this!! Thanks for that!! Will be awesome to share on the Pin it Forward board. Pinning now ;o)

  14. Thank you!! I’ve been doing red sangria all summer (with strawberries and peaches). This sounds fabulous! And I love me some Pinot Grigio.

  15. Jen says:

    Love this recipe and can’t wait to try it out…I have a girls weekend (FINALLY) coming up in two weeks. This is going to blow the socks off the girlfriends who think Mama Jen can’t hang!! Thanks!!

    • mamamommymom says:

      I (insert guilty face here) actually had some for breakfast once… I was on trip with my husband, it was left over from the night before… too good to throw out. Technically, if you blend it with ice, it’s a smoothie and smoothies are completely acceptable for breakfast 😉

  16. Kristina P says:

    I wish I would have discovered this last month!

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  20. lisa says:

    That sounds good. I’m not really a wine drinker. With the fruit and soda added it sounds more like a fruit punch. I’m going to try it. Thanks.

  21. Becky says:

    Oh wow. This sounds so refreshing and your photos look AMAZING. Great, now I am SO thirsty.

  22. I don’t drink anymore (the husband and I gave it up about 6 years ago) but if I did, I would try this – this looks yummy! Thanks for sharing on the SITS FB group!

  23. Christie says:

    Look so refreshing! Beautiful

  24. I just came by to tweet this out and I have seen it several times, and yet, this is the first comment from me. Which is weird. I think I imagined I commented or something. #cheers

  25. Looks so yummy! Sangria is the perfect Summer drink!

  26. I knew I had to stop by when I saw “sangria”. This looks delicious and so refreshing. Pinning this! Thanks for sharing. Dropping by from SITS here!

  27. Trish says:

    I have never actually had sangria! But I’ll go ahead and approve of any recipe that calls for a big bottle of wine 😉

  28. I’m not sure I’ve ever tried Sangria before but this would be great to try next time my little sister comes for a visit. She was just here this weekend and we enjoyed Strawberry daiquiris. YUM!

  29. Chelsea says:

    You used my favorite wine!!! Love Barefoot’s Pinot Grigio.. and their Moscato. YUMMY! I want to make this!

  30. Wow – I always do the red wine but this looks so refreshing I have to try it! Pinned!

  31. Laura says:

    Not old enough to drink the wine (nine more months, nine more months!), but I’m going to keep the recipe on file to make sure I try it when I can!

  32. I love Sangria, but I’ve never had White Sangria. I’m going to pin this for later.

  33. Could you make it with diet sprite or other sparkling water to cut down on the sugar and calories?

    • mamamommymom says:

      Absolutely! The diet soda would probably be a better choice, just for the flavor, but the sparkling water would work too!

  34. I could use some of this right now. No shame that it’s only 9:30:)

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  36. Meeghan says:

    Love sangria, and can’t wait to try this… Sangria is definitely a guilty pleasure of mine…OR, no…. I feel no guilt at all about it~

  37. Jennifer says:

    Oh my that looks DELICIOUS! I love that you added sprite – I would have never thought of that!

  38. This is a great post! It makes me want summer to come tomorrow! Pinning for July 🙂 #SITSblogging

  39. Tonya says:

    This looks DELICIOUS! I will definitely be trying this!


  40. Renee says:

    LOVE Sangria! This looks wonderful can’t wait to make it! It is healthy, I’m sure of it. That’s why I’m drinking it…and it will keep in the fridge until I’ve finished it off, right? At least a few days???

  41. NailCentric says:

    This sangria really looks perfect, I’ll try it!

  42. Maria says:

    Stopping by to explore your blog and link up from the SITS girls site! I have been looking for different sangria recipes and your looks perfect. I am pining saving, and will be trying it for sure!


  43. This looks ahhhmazing. Temps are already up in FL – need this ASAP. Pinned and shared on G+!

  44. Totally going to make this when the weather gets warm. Yum.

  45. Emily says:

    Simple and delicious. It doesn’t get much better than that! My mom is coming to visit next month, we’re going to make this – thanks so much for the idea.

  46. I am not a fan of red wine sangria. This I may actually like. I love white wines!

  47. Say what?! Can’t wait to try this bad boy out!

  48. Paige says:

    I’ve never tried sangria honestly, I’m going to have to try this one!

  49. I need one of these by the pools this summer! Yum!

  50. kendall says:

    My goodness! This looks DELICIOUS!!

  51. This Sangria looks delish! And a perfect drink as the days start to warm up! Pinning! Thanks for sharing!!

  52. Karly says:

    Yum! I love a good white sangria!

  53. This looks so good. I’m not a big wine fan but this makes me want to try it!

  54. Tina says:

    This looks amazing, but I’d like to skip the sugar. The soda definitely has sugar and the juice and fruit have their own natural sugar. Has anyone tried this with out that extra sugar?

    • mamamommymom says:

      I make it without the sugar sometimes. It really depends on how sweet the fruit I’m using is. Sometimes I use pineapple in place of the peaches – I definitely leave the sugar out then.

  55. Stopping by from Bouquet of Talent Link Party. I could sure use a glass of this right about now, looks so refreshing. Can’t wait to make it. Pinning! Thanks for sharing.

  56. I always love a good sangria recipe…thanks for sharing your recipe!

  57. Sounds refreshing and perfect!

  58. This looks absolutely divine!! Great recipe! I’m stopping in from the Sweet and Savoury Sunday Link Up. 🙂

  59. This drink looks so refreshing. I love sangrias! I’ll have to try this is about 20 more weeks after I have this baby. lol Thanks for sharing at Submarine Sunday.

  60. Never tried sangria before, it looks lovely though. This has been featured as the most viewed recipe on Sweet and Savoury Sundays. Stop by, grab a button and link up again with us this week. Have a great day!

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  62. Lisa says:

    making it for 4th of July! thank you

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  64. Kristen says:

    This looks amazing!!! I think I may have just found a Sangria that I will like!!! Love the strawberries and peaches. Can’t wait to make this. 🙂

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  66. I can’t drink Sprite or 7up or ginger ale

  67. I can’t drink Sprite,7up or ginger ale..

  68. Laura says:

    How much with this recipe make? I have a beverage dispenser I’m using and afraid it may be too big….

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  72. Amanda says:

    Okay, I’m in love… wow, I need that! Pinning for sure 🙂 ♥

  73. Yummy! I don’t think I’ve ever seen white sangria before. It sure looks good!

  74. NestGirl says:

    This looks SO delicious! I can’t wait to try it!

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  77. That looks amazing. I’m not pick on wine but I would so try this. Thanks for linking up to Snickerdoodle Sunday.

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  79. Benita says:

    What a wonderful recipe! Perfect for a summer evening — thank you so much! I’ve been looking for a really good white sangria recipe! Have a great day!

  80. This is making me thirsty, but what can I use to replace the alcohol? All that fruit is looking so yummy! Thanks for sharing on Weekend bites

  81. I will never, ever turn down a sangria! This one looks SO good!


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  83. cindy Zumwalt says:

    Was this made with a regular size bottle of wine or the large size?

  84. Emily says:

    This is amazing sangria! Making it for the 2nd time tonight 🙂 I leave out the sugar and use normal (not no sugar added) juice. Unreal! Enjoy 🙂

    • Tamara says:

      I did that too, used no sugar added Welch’s white grape peach juice and 7-Up 10. If one used non diet soda, there’s enough sugar right there. Sometimes sangria can be made too sweet for my taste.

  85. Emily says:

    Do you recommend a small bottle or big bottle of the Pinot I noticed you crossed out the big part.
    Thank you,

  86. debi says:

    Can it sit overnight?

    • mamamommymom says:

      It can sit overnight, but the color will start to fade from the strawberries and they will get very, very soft. I’d recommend waiting until a few hours before serving (max) to add the strawberries. When they do get squishy though, putting the sangria and fruit in the blender with a little ice makes an amazing adult smoothie!

  87. Deidra Kalina says:

    This will be my second time making this, it is fabulous. My daughter’s bridesmaids are coming over for a bottle wrapping party tonight, can’t wait to serve it in pretty little stemless glasses. Thanks for sharing.

    • mamamommymom says:

      I’m so happy to hear that people are enjoying it! I had no idea when I wrote out the recipe that so many people would love it!

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  89. I’m totally a sucker for sangria because I adore all the fruits added to it. I can imagine I’d love this rendition, too, because I love everything you added. And then you used pinot grigio, my fave! Nice work!

  90. Shann Eva says:

    I love Sangria! Thank you for sharing the recipe, and for linking up with #HomeMattersParty this week. Hope to see you again soon!

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  92. Lana says:

    Does it lose the fizzy if it sits for a few hours? Or do you recommend adding in the sprite for serving?

    • mamamommymom says:

      It will stay fizzy for a while, longer if you put it in a sealed container. If you’re using an open pitcher, I’d wait until closer to time to serve to add the Sprite.

  93. Now I feel ashamed because I never ever tried sangria! :O I am saving this recipe for when I need some relaxation!

    • mamamommymom says:

      Don’t forget about trying it! Even if you don’t try mine. LOL It is really the perfect drink for relaxing in the summer!

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  95. Robyn Elam says:

    I made this recipe today for the 4th of July. I was having company and thought it would be a wonderful beverage to serve and I thought right. It was delicious!!!!!

  96. Ilka Schultze says:

    I love this recipe, tried it first time last year. Even my husband loved it. And my friends who tried it asked for the recipe.
    Best Regards from Germany.

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  98. Celia Olson says:

    Made this on Tuesday for my Pampered Chef party – everyone loved it! Because of the crowd I had (35 people!), I used 4 bottles of wine, and followed the recipe for one bottle, except used only 1 cup of sugar instead of 2 cups of sugar (1/2 cup/1 bottle). If more sweetness was needed, I would use the Sprite. It was good the next day too, the peaches were firm but the strawberries were mushy, but still good! I chilled the wine and grape juice the night before, and mixed up the sangria the next morning, allowing 3 hours for the ingredients to blend. Enjoy!

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  100. Natalie Riddick says:

    Hi! This looks so yummy but I dont see the recipe! Am I missing it?

    • mamamommymom says:

      Hi Natalie,

      This post was written some time ago, before I was using a recipe plug in to make those nifty little recipe cards at the bottom of posts. The ingredients and measurements are laid out in the actual post itself, in step by step instructions. I will try to update the post with a recipe card this weekend.

  101. Looks good! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner link up and don’t forget to leave a comment at the party – Next week’s features that also leave a comment get pinned and tweeted!

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  103. Mo says:

    I’m not a red wine drinker either….and I love Sangria! Definitely gonna try this out. OH, and thanks for the tip about the limes. 🙂

  104. Lisa says:

    I’m a total sucker for peach ANYTHING!

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