Frosty Peach Sangria

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VP over at Veg Plotting is having a dinner party this Saturday February 7th. It’s a dinner meme and you are invited to participate. See her blog to get the details. The link is here. I’m making the Peach beverage you see above. I’m not a drinker and mine will not be as alcoholic as some make it which means you can drink more.

I’m using NC wines of course!

Chatham Hill Winery

SWEET CAROLINA PEACH FROSTY SANGRIA

2 Bottles Sweet Carolina Peach Infused Wine
1 cup peeled and sliced fresh or frozen peaches
1 cup sliced fresh or frozen strawberries
1 cup sliced nectarines (if desired)
½ cup peach nectar

Mix all ingredients in a pitcher or punch bowl 12 to 24 hours prior to serving. Refrigerate and serve Sangria with slices of peach, strawberry and nectarines in a frosty Martini glass. Yum–what a way to beat the summer heat!

We are suppose to invite 5 people from any time in history or it can be one of our gardening buds. We’ll link to VP and she’ll have Mr Linky up so we can drop in on all the conversations going on at once. It should be a riot. You’ll just have to drop by and see the chaos for yourself. I don’t completely understand how it works myself.

Or maybe this sounds good!

Peach Sangria

2 ripe peaches, peeled & sliced (in winter, I use frozen)
1 lemon, sliced thinly, seeds removed
1 orange, sliced thinly, seeds removed
3 T sugar (or to taste, depending on size of lemon)
1/4 c Peach Schnaaps
750 ml dry white wine (about the size of one standard bottle)

If you want some of this yummy Peach Sangria—–you need to show up!

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8 comments on “Frosty Peach Sangria

  1. Anna, thank you so much for sharing our Chatham Hill Wine Peach Sangria recipe! It continues to be one of our most popular recipes. We are just getting involved with the blogosphere, and I was wondering if it would be ok for us to link to this from our blog?

    Best,

    Sara

  2. That sounds so good. Fresh fruit drinks are my favorites.
    Marnie
    How can we resist with it so beautifully displayed and presented like the picture. It was really hot that day we were at the wine festival—it did not take them long to sell that I am sure.

  3. Hi,
    Can you get onto blotanical? when I try it says the account suspended?
    Thanks,
    Philip
    I emailed you and see that you emailed me back! Blotanical is back in business and good for us!

  4. This sounds dee-vine! I love peach-flavoured anything! Thanks for sharing your recipe. :)
    Be sure and order the NC wine to go with it! I bet that would cost you an arm and leg to get it to Nova Scotia.

  5. YUM ~ this sounds delicious. I am copying the recipe so I can duplicate it for a summer garden party!
    I’m so glad you like it Kathleen. It is awesome for a summer party and that is just what I plan to do with it at my new house. Doesn’t it look refreshing?

  6. Ooh I lurve peaches and all peach flavoured drinks. What a treat you’ve set up for us already Anna and thanks for the link love :D

    Chaos? You bet! But I think it’ll be a blast too…
    I took the picture at a festival not far from my house. It was the middle of summer and very hot. They didn’t have trouble selling several batches of it. It was the most thirst quenching thing there.

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