Strawberry Peach Sangria is a glass full of Summer flavor! Sweet, juicy peaches and fresh strawberries are swirled together with pink moscato wine, peach schnapps and lemon-lime soda for a bright, fruity cocktail! A sangria worthy of sweet summertime.
Let’s Talk Sangria
First off, this may come as a shock to many of you, but I actually don’t enjoy drinking wine. Unless it’s loaded full of goodies like this sangria! The sweeter, the better for me haha! I love how fruit brings out the natural, sweet notes of the wine but that it still has it’s body and crispness. If you ask me, sangria is the best way to drink your wine! I know, I know, for all the wine enthusiasts out there I am making you cringe. But it’s too good!
Essentially, sangria is wine that is mixed with fresh fruits. The flavors naturally mull together for the ultimate sip!
Fresh vs. Frozen Fruit
When it comes to choosing what fruit to add to the sangria, fresh is always best! Especially when the fruit is in season and is nice and juicy. Peaches, for example, are prime during the late summer and early fall months. Grab them while you can! We’re lucky to be able to have access to vibrant strawberries the majority of the year, which is always nice.
If frozen fruit needs to be used, that is ok! Allow it to defrost in the refrigerator, drain off the extra liquid and add it on in! Since the fruit was already frozen, it may get more mushy a lot sooner than fresh, so keep that in mind. Frozen fruit can also be used as “ice” in the sangria, but I would still recommend having some that is defrosted to soak up all the flavor.
All you have to do to bring this sangria to life in your kitchen is slice up the fruit, pour in the goods and let the sangria do it’s thing! Simplicity at it’s finest. Allow it to mull together in the refrigerator and then you have a fun, festive cocktail ready to go.
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Recipe originally posted on 08/28/2017. It has since been updated with additional words, ingredients and photos.