White Wine Sangria
Updated February 12, 2018
cup orange-flavored liqueur or orange juice
cup vodka or lemon-lime carbonated beverage
medium peaches or nectarines, thinly sliced, slices cut into half
medium orange, thinly sliced, cut in half if desired
bottle (750 ml) dry white wine, nonalcoholic white wine or white grape juice, chilled (3 1/2 cups)
bottle (1 liter) club soda, chilled (4 cups)
In half-gallon glass or plastic pitcher, stir sugar, orange liqueur and vodka until sugar is dissolved.
Into another half-gallon glass or plastic pitcher, pour half of vodka mixture. Divide fruits and wine evenly between pitchers. Refrigerate until serving.
Just before serving, pour half of club soda into each pitcher; stir gently to mix. Serve immediately. If desired, serve over ice.
More About This Recipe
- There’s literally a sangria for every season (no complaints here!) During the colder months, there’s the traditional Spanish sangria that’s made with deep, red wine and warming brandy, and when the weather heats up, this refreshing white wine sangria made with bright, lemon-spiked vodka is the perfect cool-down drink. When it comes to mixing up a pitcher of sangria really, anything goes. Experiment with an assortment of fruit combinations and try out different inexpensive wines. That’s right, the best part about this ingenious cocktail is that cheap wine tastes just as good as good the pricey stuff so no one will tell the difference. Win. For more party-ready cocktails, click here.