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WONDERFUL!!! A wonderful punch made with white wine, mango and orange slices. Peach schnapps, cognac and ginger ale round out this summer party drink.

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IngredientsServes: 32

  • 125ml peach schnapps
  • 125ml cognac
  • 4 tablespoons caster sugar
  • 4 oranges, sliced into rounds
  • 2 mangoes, peeled and sliced
  • 4 (750ml) bottles dry white wine, chilled
  • 1L ginger ale, chilled

MethodPrep:1hr10min ›Ready in:1hr10min

  1. In a pitcher, combine peach schnapps, cognac, sugar, sliced oranges and sliced mangoes. Chill for at least an hour.
  2. Pour fruit mixture into a large punch bowl. Stir in white wine and ginger ale.

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by northern exposure

Wow! This one's a keeper! I primarily followed the recipe, but made the following modifications: 1. skipped the cognac and used only peach schnapps and 1 Black Box sauvignon blanc wine (equals 4 bottles). 2. Added 6 sliced fresh peaches, 2 sliced ripe mangoes, 2 pints of strawberries, 2 sliced oranges, and 2 sliced lemons. Put mixture evenly in 2 covered pitchers and let it sit in fridge for 2 days, stirring occasionally. Turned a beautiful light peachy/pink color. Served over ice in individual glasses, topped off with gingerale (3/4 sangria, 1/4 gingerale) according to individual taste in each glass. (No punch bowl) Enough for several days of drinking, so don't dilute with gingerale until serving time. I even drank a glass on day 3 without any gingerale and it was amazingly good. Unbelievably delicious! Tasted even better on the third day...and the boozy soaked fruit was YUMMY to eat.-03 Jun 2010


This is a fantastic recipe! Served it at a bridal shower and it was a real hit. I did add red raspberries just because they looked so pretty. Next time I will make double!-25 Aug 2003


This was a HUGH hit at my Bunco gathering! I ran out of the punch. I used only three bottles at first then added the four bottle as the punch dwindled down. I used only two oranges, it was plenty. This is a KEEPER!!!!!!-27 Feb 2002

White Sangria Recipe

This White Sangria Recipe comes together fast with just a few ingredients and is so perfect for entertaining – refreshing, delicious, and so easy to make!

Beside how easy sangria recipes are to make, the other thing I truly love about them is that they are meant to be shared.

I made this white sangria for my neighbors for our first book club meeting. It is refreshing, and perfect for a summer’s day. White Sangria is a backbone fall back recipe – once you learn it, you can take all sorts of great twists on it.

And you have a guest coming over who loves red wine, make them my Red Sangria!


Step 1

Combine first 5 ingredients in a large pitcher. Mash fruits gently with the back of a wooden spoon to release their juices. Add wine and stir to combine. Cover and refrigerate for at least 8 hours and up to 48 hours (the longer it sits, the fruitier it will be). Divide among ice-filled wineglasses.

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The best wine for white Sangria

White wine does an excellent job of highlighting the fruit flavors in Sangria, as well as bringing their own unique taste and freshness into the mix. The outcome of a Sangria is highly dependent on your location, as the very best Sangria is homemade using local ingredients. There are many white wines that are ideal for use in Sangria, but overall you want a dry and acidic wine.

This will help balance out the sweetness of the fruit and create a very aromatic result. Wine used for Sangria is rarely oak aged as this can create a flavor that overpowers the delicate combination you’re trying to achieve. Always look out for wines as little oaked as possible, so you keep your Sangria cocktail light.

Pinot Grigio is an ideal choice for making Sangria, this popular wine of Italy is dry, light, and incredibly refreshing. Many people love to enjoy a cool glass of Pinot Grigio on a hot summer day, so imagine how much more refreshing it is with the addition of ripe fresh fruit. This Italian wine often features flavors of lemon, lime and green apple, and is perfect for combining with your chosen sliced fruits.

Pinot Grigio commonly features a punchy acidity which is perfect if you don’t like your cocktails too sweet. This zesty wine doesn’t have too strong of a flavor alone, so it won’t overpower the other ingredients in your white Sangria recipe.

One popular German wine makes another excellent selection for Sangria, as it’s perfectly dry and has a wonderful tangy flavor. Riesling is ideal for mixing into a fruit punch, as it often carries notes of peach and apple. Peach is a fantastic choice as a fruit in your Sangria, especially if you can get it locally and fresh, so pair it with Reisling for a deliciously aromatic combination. E

njoy the flowery perfumed aromas in Riesling in your white wine Sangria, this wine from Germany is rarely oaked so it carries a freshness that’s perfect for your favorite summer cocktail.

The Best White Sangria

Yield: 6-8 servings

Prep Time: 10 mins

This new twist on the classic Spanish sangria will make your party sizzle. This simple and quick recipe is infused with fresh oranges and lemons which makes for a very refreshing, irresistible drink.


4 cups white wine (I use inexpensive Pinot Grigio)
¼ cup Triple Sec (any orange liqueur will work)
¼ cup Agave
1 lemon, thinly sliced
1 orange, thinly sliced
½ bottle of champagne/sparkling wine (chilled and inexpensive)

What Wine is Best for White Sangria?

There’s no need to splurge on expensive or high quality wine. I usually opt for a Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio, but any fruity, dry white wine will do. You’re just gonna let it sit in the refrigerator for a few hours anyway, to soak up all that fruit goodness.

In fact, because the white sangria soaks in the refrigerator for a few hours, I also don’t add any additional sugar. I like my cocktails on the skinny side, but if you’d like it a bit sweeter, feel free to add a pinch of sugar or stevia.

Portuguese White Sangria Recipe

White wine sangria is perhaps less common than red, but its crisp, fruity flavors are perfect for summer days!

Makes 2 liters (or 3.5 pints)


  • 1 liter (1 3/4 pints) white wine
  • 1/2 liter (3/4 pint) 7-up (or sparkling water)
  • 1 glass of white port wine or sherry
  • 1 glass of peach fresh juice
  • 1 glass of any sweet liqueur
  • 1 sliced lemon (small)
  • 2 apples (cut into very tiny pieces)
  • 1 peach (cut into very tiny pieces)
  • Some sweet raisins or other dried berries, cut in half without the pits
  • Some leaves of fresh mint or herb of your choice
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • Some sugar, to taste
  • Ice


Cooking With Rania: Spanish Cheese Board With White Wine Sangria

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Rania Harris, of Rania’s Catering, is giving us a tour of Spanish cuisine all through the month of June!

Spanish Cheese Board

  • ½ cup marinated mixed olives
  • ½ cup large green Spanish olives
  • ½ cup Spiced Marcona Almonds, recipe follows
  • 1 soft Spanish cheese
  • 1 wedge Manchego cheese
  • 4 ounces sliced Jamon Serrano
  • 1 wedge Spanish blue cheese
  • 1/4 cup quince paste or honey (or both)
  • Assorted crackers, for serving
  • 3 cups Marcona almonds
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon smoked paprika
  • 1 tablespoon minced fresh rosemary
  • 2 teaspoons kosher salt

On a large serving board, arrange both varieties of the olives and almonds next to the soft cheese, the Jamon next to the mild cheese, and the quince paste next to the blue cheese. Serve with crackers on the side.

Spiced Marcona Almonds:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Place the almonds, olive oil, paprika, rosemary and salt on a rimmed baking sheet and toss until evenly combined. Bake until lightly browned and fragrant, tossing halfway through, about 10 minutes. Transfer the almonds to a bowl and let cool completely. Store in an airtight container until ready to use.

White Wine Sangria

  • 1 bottle white wine (Spanish table wine)
  • 3 ounces brandy
  • 2 ounces triple sec
  • 1 cup freshly squeezed orange juice
  • 1 cup fresh pineapple juice
  • 2 ounces simple syrup (equal parts sugar and water brought to a boil for 2 minutes in a small saucepan) and cooled (leftover syrup can be stored in a tightly sealed container in the refrigerator for 1 month)
  • 3 ounces peach nectar
  • Fresh peaches, oranges, and apples sliced

Place all ingredients in a pitcher and stir to mix. Refrigerate at least 8 hours or up to 48 hours. Serve over ice.

How to Make Strawberry Lemonade Sangria

  1. Blend Strawberries & Sugar: Combine strawberries, sugar and 1 ½ cups of water in a high powered blender process until blended.
  2. Strain: Set a mesh strainer over a large pitcher and pour the strawberry mix through the strainer. This is optional. Set aside.
  3. Blend Lemons & Lemon Zest: Add lemons, lemon zest and remaining water to the blender. Process until blended, adding a little more water if needed.
  4. Strain: Put a mesh strainer over the pitcher and pour the lemon mix through the strainer. Discard pulp stir well.
  5. Add Wine: Add the wine to the strawberry lemonade mixture stir well until completely combined.
  6. Adjust to Taste: Taste your sangria and adjust it to your liking. Depending on the tartness of the lemons, you may want to add a bit more lemon juice. Or, if you like a sweeter drink, you may want to add more sugar.
  7. Add Ice & Garnish: Add ice to the pitcher to keep it cold and serve with lemon slices, strawberries, and mint.

More Summer Drinks

  • Another summer sangria I want to try is this pineapple sangria I found while poking around Pinterest. Looks delicious!
  • Be sure to stop by my cocktail section here on the blog to find even more refreshing drink options for your summer BBQ’s like the classic Pina Colada, Easy Bourbon Slush, Sex on the Beach, or this Cranberry Sangria!

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