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The Best White Wine Sangria Recipe with Peaches + Pineapple

This easy white wine sangria recipe is made with peaches and pineapple, making it a refreshing summer cocktail. Make a pitcher of this white wine sangria to share at your next summer party or to invite neighbors over to sip a glass on the front porch.

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Friends, I’ve been a fan of white wine sangria for a long long time. It’s one of my favorite summer cocktails! I love making a pitcher before big summer parties or even in the middle of the week so I can tempt my neighbors with a glass on hot summer evenings. Here I’m sharing my favorite white wine sangria recipe!

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I’ve always been personally partial to a good white sangria recipe over red and this one lives up to my own hype. It’s fruity and tropical, not overly boozy, and perfect for soaking up those long summer days. I make this white wine sangria with loads of fresh pineapple and peaches which make for a nice little treat at the bottom of the glass, too!

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Ingredients in White Wine Sangria

This white wine sangria recipe is made with just five ingredients and can be made in 15 minutes or less! Substitute or add additional fruits to create your own flavor combination. See below for suggested variations!

  • Dry white wine – I prefer to make my white wine sangria with a dry, crisp white wine. I usually opt for sauvignon blanc or pinot grigio.
  • Peaches – Fresh, chopped peaches cut into approximately 1/2″ chunks is the ideal size for this sangria
  • Pineapple – I cut pineapple to roughly the same size as the peaches, or buy pre-cut pineapple and cut it down to size.
  • Pineapple juice – Pineapple juice adds a bright, tropical flavor to this white wine sangria.
  • Triple sec – Triple sec or an orange liqueur such as Cointreau or Grand Marnier are the final ingredient, adding balance to the other fruit flavors. 

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How to Make White Wine Sangria:

  1. Begin by chopping peaches and pineapple and adding them to the bottom of a large pitcher or drink dispenser
  2. Add pineapple juice, triple sec and white wine
  3. Mix well to combine
  4. Refrigerate overnight or for at least 2 hours before serving so the flavors can meld together
  5. Serve in cute glasses with colorful straws
  6. Enjoy!

The best white sangria recipe from entertaining blog @cydconverse | Click through for entertaining tips, party ideas, party recipes and more!

The best white sangria recipe from entertaining blog @cydconverse | Click through for entertaining tips, party ideas, party recipes and more!

The best white sangria recipe from entertaining blog @cydconverse | Click through for entertaining tips, party ideas, party recipes and more!

What Kind of Wine to Use for White Wine Sangria

As noted above, for a white wine sangria recipe I always default to using sauvignon blanc or pinot grigio, or something similarly crisp and dry. I like something light, refreshing but not sweet since the fruit and the pineapple juice here pack enough sugar on their own. You don’t need a super expensive bottle of winesince we’re mixing in all the other flavors and either way it ends up insanely delicious. 

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How to Serve White Wine Sangria

A good rule of thumb for any sangria recipe is to mix it up the night before and let it refrigerate and muddle together for several hours before serving the next day. That said, you can make it a couple hours in advance and it will still be seriously yummy. As the pitcher gets lower through the evening, you can top it off with more wine and keep the party going all night!

I often serve additional fresh fruit on the side so friends can scoop peaches and pineapple into their glass then top it with sangria. When properly chilled before serving sangria does not generally need to be poured over ice, but ice is never a bad idea on a particularly hot summer day!

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White Wine Sangria Variations

Consider these variations when making your white wine sangria to make it your own or to change up the flavor profile to suit the season and your personal palate!

    • Add strawberries! Strawberries naturally balance well with both peaches and pineapple so they’d be great in this white sangria.
    • Fresh herbs like basil or mint would add a refreshing twist!
    • Substitute brandy for the triple sec for a richer flavor profile for fall or winter
    • Skip the pineapple and add fresh local apples when they’re in season
    • Add slices of fresh lemons and limes for a bright citrus flavor
    • Leave out the pineapple and add cantaloupe instead for a lighter melon vibe 

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White Wine Sangria

White Wine Sangria

White Wine Sangria with Peaches + Pineapple

Yield: 24
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

This easy white wine sangria recipe is made with peaches and pineapple, making it a refreshing summer cocktail. Make a pitcher of this white wine sangria to share at your next summer party or to invite neighbors over to sip a glass on the front porch.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups chopped peaches
  • 1.75L sauvignon blanc or pinot grigio (or similar)
  • 2 cups chopped pineapple
  • 4 cups pineapple juice
  • 1 cup triple sec

Instructions

    1. Begin by chopping peaches and pineapple to roughly 1/2" chunks and add them to the bottom of a large pitcher or drink dispenser White Wine Sangria
    2. Add pineapple juice, triple sec and white wine White Wine Sangria
      White Wine Sangria
      White Wine Sangria
    3. Mix well to combine White Wine Sangria
    4. Refrigerate overnight or for at least 2 hours before serving so the flavors can meld together White Wine Sangria
    5. Serve with additional fruit on the side, with or without ice in the glass of your choicePineapple
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[Recipe + art direction by Cyd Converse | Photos by Alice G. Patterson.]

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Katie

Thursday 11th of June 2020

Such a beautiful drink for a summer party!

Cyd Converse

Tuesday 16th of June 2020

I agree, Katie! It turns out really pretty, doesn't it? xo

wilhelmina

Thursday 11th of June 2020

This is such a great summer flavor! I love the peach, so delicious!

Cyd Converse

Tuesday 16th of June 2020

Thanks, Wilhelmina! The peach adds so much flavor!

Jhena

Thursday 23rd of April 2020

Is it ok to make this recipe without the triple sec, if we don't have any available? Or is there something else we can use to replace it?

Cyd Converse

Monday 27th of April 2020

Hi Jhena! It would be just fine without the triple sec. If you'd like you could add in a squeeze of an orange or another orange liqueur like Cointreau or Grand Marnier or skip it entirely!

LoveCompassionateLee

Sunday 2nd of September 2018

While I'm ready for the cooler temps of fall and winter, I am not ready to release the bright and long-lasting sunshine of summer. I'm going to make this recipe over the holiday weekend and enjoy some time outdoors with my family. Thanks for sharing!

Happy Sunday!

Cyd Converse

Tuesday 4th of September 2018

Thank you! I completely agree. I love fall and winter, but I'm not over summer yet!