September first…. really!!?? I can’t believe this Summer is almost over! In order to squeeze the last bits of sun and fun out of this Summer I decided to make sangria. Sangria always reminds me of warm Summer days, usually by the beach, hopefully somewhere on the coast in Europe. While you can make sangria about a bazillion ways, today I decided to use what I already had in the house (pure laziness not to have to go to the store). But in using what I had, I came up with a new sangria recipe I’d never made before (yay!). I hope you enjoy your labor day weekend and this sangria somewhere fabulous! Drink up these last days of Summer because we’ll be trading our bathing suits for sweaters before you know it!!
White Wine and Peach Sangria
Makes 1 pitcher
What you’ll need:
1 bottle of white wine (I used CalNaturale Chardonnay. I think chardonnay works great)
1/2 litre of club soda
1 cup lemonade
1/4 cup agave (more or less depending on how sweet you like it) or sugar
1 peach, sliced
1 small lemon, sliced
a few mint sprigs
What you’ll do:
Mix all the ingredients in a pitcher, cover and refrigerate for a few hours or overnight. Enjoy!
Just tasted this amazing sangria this morning with breakfast. If I didn’t have to work today, I’d be real trouble.
Those look so refreshing!
worth the wait!! this is the only sangria I like actually.
Yes please! This sounds delish…perfect for a labor day weekend afternoon!
I’m not usually a huge fan of sangria but this recipe looks terrific! I may have to try it. Have a wonderful weekend!
Mmmmm! I’m having a welcome home brunch for my husband next weekend! This Sangria will be front and center at the beverage table! Thanks, Leslie!
Love this! I’m not much of a drinker but I do LOVE Sangria. And I love peach. And I LOVE mint! Oh, almost forgot the lemonade. I love lemonade too! I think you just made my new favorite drink. 🙂
~Sigh~ I made this over the weekend & took it to the beach…BEST beach Sangria eveah…I am going to make a batch some winter day, to remind me of this fabulous beach weekend!!
Glad you liked it Karna and I love your idea for making it in the Winter!