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Peach Sangria Recipe With Fresh Peaches and Raspberries

This is a super fun and simple raspberry and peach sangria recipe is so good! It’s a white wine sangria and its served with your favorite fresh fruit such as ripe peaches and raspberries.

The first time I had traditional sangria in adulthood, I couldn’t believe how good it was. I believe I was at brunch and it was served in a large pitcher on a hot summer day. I honestly could not get enough! This recipe is super simple and the fresh peaches just takes it over the top!

Peach Sangria: A Summer Soirée in a Glass

There’s something incredibly inviting about a well-made Peach Sangria. Imagine sipping on a refreshing glass filled with the flavors of juicy peaches, a hint of raspberry tartness, and the floral notes of Moscato wine. This recipe brings together the best of summer fruits and a boozy kick to make your warm days feel even more magical. With ingredients like Moscato wine, peach schnapps, Simply Peach juice, fresh peaches, and raspberries, this sangria is a true celebration of flavors.

Peach Sangria FAQs

Q: Can I use another type of wine instead of Moscato?

A: While Moscato is ideal for its sweet, floral character, you could also use a dry white wine like Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc. Just remember to adjust the sweetness by adding a little more peach juice or a sugar syrup.

Q: Can I skip peach schnapps?

A: Yes, but it adds a peachy punch to the sangria. If you’re skipping it, consider using a peach-flavored syrup or increasing the amount of peach juice.

Q: Is it necessary to chill the wine beforehand?

A: Absolutely, sangria is best served cold. Starting with chilled wine ensures that your sangria will be refreshing from the get-go.

Though most sangrias are done with red wine and a simple syrup, this recipe is for a white sangria. It uses a sweet white wine (moscato), peach schnapps, fresh peaches and more. This recipe doesn’t require peach nectar, peach liqueur, club soda or ginger ale.

White peach sangria generally calls for pinot grigio but I am definitely more of a fan of the moscato–it was my first sweet wine and still my most favorite! I have shared many drinks with my favorite fruits infused so be sure to check them out at the bottom of this post!

Tips and Tricks

  • Always use ripe, juicy peaches for maximum flavor.Let the sangria sit in the fridge for a couple of hours to allow the flavors to meld.Using a peach juice blend instead of pure peach juice can add complexity to the sangria.
  • Variations
  • Tropical Twist: Add slices of pineapple and a splash of coconut water.Berry Bonanza: Incorporate strawberries and blueberries alongside raspberries.Citrus Surge: Add slices of lemon and lime for a tangy touch.
  • Where to Serve

    This Peach Sangria is perfect for almost any occasion—be it a casual BBQ, a picnic, or a sophisticated garden party. It’s a wonderful choice for brunches and also makes a festive offering for holiday gatherings.


    Store any leftover sangria in a sealed pitcher in the fridge for up to 3 days. Though, it’s best consumed within 24 hours for optimum freshness and taste.

    It’s that time of year when peach season is in full bloom! There are so many different ways to use peaches when it comes cocktails. You can make a peach crown cocktail or even a cocktail with peach brandy.

    What ingredients are in this easy peach sangria?

    Ingredient checklist:

    • 1 bottle moscato, chilled
    • ½ cup peach schnapps
    • 1 cup Simply Peach or other peach juice/peach juice blend
    • 4 peaches, sliced, plus extra peach slices for each glass
    • 1 cup raspberries, plus extra for the glasses

    This easy sangria recipe is great for large groups. A cold glass of sangria with a delicious mix of fruit is simply so good! This easy recipe calls for fresh raspberries, fresh peaches and it is truly the most perfect summer sangria.

    Common Problems and How to Avoid Them

    Problem: Sangria tastes too waterySolution: Make sure to use good quality, flavorful juice and ripe fruits. Problem: It’s not sweet enough Solution: Adjust the sweetness by adding a simple sugar syrup or more peach juice.

    Tips for Making This Recipe with Kids

  • Let the kids help with slicing the peaches and adding the fruits to the pitcher.They can also be in charge of stirring the sangria (before the alcohol is added, of course).Use this as an opportunity to talk about measurements and fractions, turning the cooking process into a fun math lesson.
  • Topping Options

    Consider adding a sprig of mint, a slice of lemon, or even a cinnamon stick for additional flavor and garnish. Each topping not only adds visual appeal but also introduces a new layer of taste.

    So grab your giant pitcher, all of the main ingredients, and make this amazing sangria on a hot summer evening. This perfect summer drink will easily become one of your favorite sangria recipes.

    Why This Recipe Works

    The combination of Moscato’s sweetness, the peach schnapps’ aromatic kick, and the freshness of real fruits makes this sangria an irresistible summer drink. The balance of flavors is key here—the tart raspberries cut through the sweetness, the peach juice adds body, and the chilled wine pulls everything together for a satisfying sip every time.So go ahead, give this Peach Sangria recipe a try and let the magic of summer wash over you. Cheers!

    Here are some more amazing cocktails to try:

    Sweet Wine Peach Sangria Recipe With Fresh Peaches and Raspberries
    Yield: 6 Servings

    Sweet Wine Peach Sangria Recipe With Fresh Peaches and Raspberries

    Prep Time: 15 minutes
    Additional Time: 8 hours
    Total Time: 8 hours 15 minutes

    A delish sweet white wine peach sangria recipe that is a sure crowd pleaser!


    • 1 bottle moscato, chilled
    • ½ cup peach schnapps
    • 1 cup Simply Peach or other peach juice/peach juice blend
    • 4 peaches, sliced, plus extra peach slices for each glass
    • 1 cup raspberries, plus extra for the glasses


    1. In a pitcher, combine moscato, peach schnapps, and peach juice.
    2. Add 4 peaches, sliced, and 1 cup of raspberries.
    3. Chill in the refrigerator overnight, or add ice and serve.
    4. Add extra peach slices and raspberries to each glass, if needed.

    Nutrition Information



    Serving Size


    Amount Per Serving Calories 177Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 7mgCarbohydrates 36gFiber 4gSugar 30gProtein 2g

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