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white sangria

White Sangria with Peach and Apples

White sangria - a perfect Summer cocktail drink!  It's made with dry white wine, Peach Schnapps, brandy, orange juice and lots of fruit, such as peaches, apples, oranges. Add fizz to your sangria by adding some carbonated beverage (such as ginger ale or citrus soda pop) right before serving.
Course Drinks
Cuisine Spanish
Keyword how to make sangria, peach sangria, white sangria
Prep Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 20 servings
Author Julia



  • 1 bottle dry white wine (750 milliliter bottle)
  • ¾ cup Peach Schnapps
  • ¼ cup brandy


  • 2 sliced peaches
  • 1 sliced green apple cored but not peeled (Granny Smith)
  • 1 sliced red apple cored but not peeled (Gala)
  • 1 sliced orange

Non-alcohol liquid:

  • 1 cup orange juice
  • 2 cups of ginger ale or citrus soda pop add only right before serving

Sweetener (optional)

  • ¼ sugar dissolved in a small amount of hot water and cooled optional
  • peach related liquid


  • Place all ingredients, including fruit, but excluding sugar syrup and ginger ale (or citrus soda pop), in a pitcher and stir to mix. You may leave out some fruit (especially if you have too much of it, and it won't fit with others in the pitcher) and freeze it and use it for ice when serving!
  • NOTE: You might not need to add sugar syrup to the pitcher at all. Taste and see if you need to add it to sweeten the sangria up to your tastes. In deciding how sweet you want your sangria, keep in mind that after it's been refrigerated and cooled, you will also be adding sweet ginger ale or soda pop to each serving glass right before serving - therefore, you might not need sugar syrup at all. Before refrigerating the sangria, I would suggest making a sample drink with ginger ale (citrus soda pop, sparkling water, etc. - whatever you would use to cut the drink) to taste for sweetness and decide whether to add sugar syrup or not.
  • If you like, you might freeze some peach slices and add them to the pitcher right before serving.
  • Refrigerate at least 8 hours ( up to 12-15 hours) before serving. Serve over ice. Cut the sangria with ginger ale (or citrus soda pop, or sparkling water) right before serving it - pour ginger ale at the bottom of the glasss, about ⅓ and fill the rest with sangria and fruit. Serve over ice.