Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria

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White Peach Sangria — Fruity, cold, and refreshing, this white wine sangria is perfect for summer parties and cookouts! Make a big batch of sangria the day before so the flavors have time to marry and the fruit can soak up all that wine!

Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria in jars

Easy Peach White Wine Sangria Recipe

Summer parties, get-togethers, barbeques, pool parties, and friends-dropping-by-spur-of-the-moment-parties are what warm weather is all about.

And warmer weather means you better hydrate. With booze.

This white peach sangria goes down so easily.

I love mangoes and pineapple, and they taste especially good after they’ve marinated with peach schnapps and a bottle of wine.

It’s a great way to stretch a bottle of wine and get some vitamin C into your diet, you know, from the chunks of fruit in each glass.

Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria in jars

White Peach Sangria Ingredients

This is such a quick and easy white sangria to prepare. I use canned or frozen fruit when I’m in a rush to make the prep work even simpler!

Gather the following ingredients to make white peach sangria:

  • White wine
  • Peach schnapps
  • Mango (fresh or frozen)
  • Pineapple chunks (fresh, canned, or frozen)
  • Pineapple juice
  • Simple syrup (optional)
Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria in jar

How to Make White Peach Sangria

This is the easiest white wine sangria to make! Here are the basic steps to making peach sangria with white wine:

  1. Dump everything into one big bowl or pitcher, stir and wait. The longer you wait, the better, but if you’re in a hurry and can’t wait and want to enjoy immediately, I understand and that’s just fine, too.
  2. Refrigerate sangria until chilled, then serve.
Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria in jars

White Wine Peach Sangria FAQs

Can this sangria recipe be doubled?

Of course! I kept this recipe on the smaller scale in case you’re having a smaller party. Or in case you’re having a party for yourself for you and one other person on a Tuesday night.

It’s just one bottle of wine, not gallons worth like many sangria recipes. But you can always double, triple, etc. it. Easy peasy and so refreshing.

What’s the best white wine for sangria?

You’ll want to use a chardonnay, pinot grigio, or sauvignon blanc for this recipe. Use any bottle you like, the brand doesn’t matter!

can white sangria be made in advance?

Absolutely! Sangria gets better 8 to 24 hours later, in my opinion. You can (and should) make this a day ahead of time for a party or event if time and planning permits.

How long does white wine sangria last?

I have successfully stored leftover sangria in my refrigerator for up to one week.

Should sangria be refrigerated?

Yes! It’s fine to leave white peach sangria out on the counter for a few hours, but if there are leftovers they must be refrigerated. Otherwise the fruit in the sangria will go bad!

What Liquors go with white sangria?

I made this peach white sangria using peach schnapps, but you may use other liquors such as Midori, Hptoniq, Gran Marnier, Chambord, lemon/lime/peach-flavored vodka, Malibu, etc.

Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria in jars

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White Peach Sangria

By Averie Sunshine
Fresh, fruity, just sweet enough but not too sweet, and it goes down so easily. A lighter alternative to red sangria that everyone just loves!
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Chill Time: 8 hours
Total Time: 8 hours 3 minutes
Servings: 4
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Ingredients  

  • 1 bottle white wine, chardonnay, pinot grigio, sauvignon blanc, or similar
  • cup peach schnapps
  • ¾ cup mango chunks, frozen (you could use fresh but save money and buy frozen, plus they act as “ice cubes”)
  • ¾ cup pineapple chunks, canned or fresh
  • ½ cup pineapple juice, from the can of pineapple if you used canned is okay
  • ¼ cup simple syrup, optional and to taste

Instructions 

  • To a large pitcher or punch bowl, add all ingredients except simple syrup, stir, and taste.
  • If you prefer the sangria slightly sweeter add the simple syrup. To make it, add 1/4 cup granulated sugar, 1/4 cup water to a small kettle and heat over low heat, stirring until sugar dissolves, cool slightly before adding it to the sangria.
  • Refrigerate sangria until chilled, then serve.

Notes

Storage: I have successfully stored leftover sangria in my refrigerator for up to one week; your mileage may vary. Flavors marry and mellow as time elapses. Sangria gets better 8 to 24 hours later in my opinion. You can (and should) make this a day ahead of time for a party or event if time and planning permits.
Tip – Recipe is highly flexible; use whatever frozen or fresh fruit you have on hand; berries, oranges, nectarines, peaches, etc. Use other liquors rather than peach schnapps such as Midori, Hyptoniq, Gran Marnier, Chambord, lemon/lime/peach flavored vodka, Malibu, etc.

Nutrition

Serving: 1, Calories: 286kcal, Carbohydrates: 35g, Protein: 1g, Sodium: 11mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 30g

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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    1. I use a regular sized bottle. Not a jumbo or magnum sized bottle, just your average sized bottle of wine. Enjoy!

  1. I used the left over fruit to make alcoholic smoothies. Added some malibu and juice and ice cubes to it and blended it all together. Delicious!

  2. This recipe sounds delish! However, I am confused about the amount of pineapple juice to use. Do you use a single-serving-size can of pineapple juice? Or do you use 1/3 cup of frozen concentrate?

    1. Being that I used canned pineapple in this, I used what remained in the can, about 1/3 cup. It’s a very flexible recipe but you want about 1/3 cup pineapple juice.

  3. I made this and thought it turned out too sweet. I used Stevia and since this is usually sweeter than sugar, I used less than the called for amount. I used triple sec instead of peach schnapps and a mild pinot grigio. I ended up adding club soda to each glass, which did help. I think next time I would omit the sweetener all together and then it would probably be just right for my taste :)

    1. I didn’t use stevia in my recipe because although I do like stevia in many things, I’ve tried it in alcoholic beverages in the past and I don’t care for the taste and how it interacts with the alcohol. It’s very dominating, and even a very little seems to overwhelm the mixture and so I’m not surprised by your experiences. I learned my lesson years ago with stevia + booze — that they don’t mix well for me.

      And of course, everyone’s brand of juice, fruit, booze, personal preferences, etc all vary so just adjust to taste next time (and no stevia!)

    2. Also for a less sweet sangria try peach brandy instead of schnapps or triple sec. I do find most sangria recipes with triple sec or schnapps too sweet – and I find the brandy is the prefect flavor/sweetness level. Just my 2 cents! I have my version of this recipe chilling as I type! Can’t wait to do a taste test.

      1. So happy you made it! And yes, with booze, everyone’s tastes are so individual. What one person thinks is too sweet, another person thinks it tastes too harsh. And variance of fruit, natural sugars, etc all plays a role. Adding things to taste is always the best call. I hope you love yours. LMK!

  4. Oh hi good friend. :) I know I already commented on this last year, but I wanted you to know that I just pinned this amazing sangria to my new drinks & juices board. I knew I had to stop by averie cooks for some drink ideas! I made a sangria like this before – two summers ago. White wine, pineapple juice, pineapple chunks, frozen peaches, + peach sparkling water!! I will add mango next time. xo

    1. Thanks for the Pin, Sally, and glad I got you to stop by twice to this post! Can’t wait to see what you come up with! :)

    1. Well the recipe calls for 1 bottle of wine and some miscellaneous fruit and splashes of other liquids – so I know people who can drink a bottle of wine alone and I know others who can split it 6 ways. It depends on the crowd!

  5. Made the sangria tonight-it was a huge hit-even my sober loving Husband imbibed-it was that good! :)

    1. I am so glad to hear this…thank you for the feedback!! Glad even hubs got in on the sangria game!

  6. Oh boy this looks good! I threw a Spanish-themed dinner party last Saturday with traditional Sangria. It was so tasty: one bottle red, 1/4 cup brandy, 1 cup grand marnier, apple chunks, lemon, lime and orange slices. Chill for a few hours and add one liter sparkling water right before serving. 6 friends = 2 pitchers at my place!

  7. A post-mother’s day afternoon party is what I will be hosting for this refreshing drink. Fruity! I love!

  8. I loooooove sangria! Especially with peaches. They taste so heavenly soaked in the wine. I have a peach grapefruit sangria on my blog and I love it because it’s not overly sweet.

  9. Ooh, how pretty & refreshing! Wish I was drinking a glass right now (with a little umbrella, just for good measure).

    1. Thanks, Deirdre! It was getting late in the day when I was photographing this but got the golden yellows just in time :)

  10. Oh there’s nothing better than sangria, especially when the weather temperatures are getting warmer! I love your tropical take on the typical sangria recipe – thanks Averie!

    1. This is much lighter and dare I say, better for daytime drinking than the red variety :)

  11. Sangria is pretty fail proof and i have a hard time distinguishing between a gourmet, properly made version and a quick, makeshift one. It all goes down smooth and delicious!

  12. I love all of these flavors. I haven’t had a fresh peach yet this spring but I have had pineapple and mango and both are just perfect. Love this sangria!

  13. I have never liked wine (not any I’ve tried anyway), but something about adding peach schnapps and fruit makes it look refreshing!

  14. Your photography is so gorgeous!! I love stopping by your blog to see your refreshing drinks and scrumptious baked goods! You always capture their best ooey-gooey, decadence on film! Kudos!

  15. Just beautiful! So fresh and making me long for warm, sunny days (instead of horrible gray rain that we’re having here on the east coast). I hope you had a great anniversary! Beautiful post yesterday.

  16. Peacha and mango together just scream SUMMER! Averie, this is one great combo, definetely making this for a pool party in June!

  17. Sangria is my very favorite drink. My super basic version is just red wine and orange juice with some fruit soaking in the mixture, but I love all kinds!

  18. I made a winter sangria once. I accidentally grabbed the chili powder instead of the cinnamon (same container) and ruined it. It was so nasty! Such a dumb mistake…but I think I will try this one and hope it’s better! ;)

    1. chili powder for cinnamon is NOT good…eek! Hope the next time things go better :)

  19. oooooooooOOOO. that sounds perfect for an afternoon by the pool. I only make red sangria, because it’s the only wine I buy. my dad started going the cheat way last year with “sangria” wine and a splash of juice and soda; even that was delicious.

    this one sounds a littlelike the the peach sangria at carrabba’s (EP’s absolute favorite). looking forward to trying this sometime this summer!! I even think I have peach schnapps. love the mango as ice cube idea.

    1. Never had the peach sangria at carrabba’s (gosh, memories of that place when we used to live in SC, we’d go there all the time!) but keep me posted if you try this how it compares.

  20. I tried Sangria for the first time in Spain last year, and I loved it. I also liked their small sandwiches, very yummy.

  21. Love white sangria so much, although sometimes it can be a bit sweet for me I usually enjoy a glass or two. P.S. I totally just woke up from having a dream that I was married in las vegas hahah! Hope you had a nice anniversary!

    1. Talk about some “day residue” (to use a psych term I learned ages ago) with your dream :)

  22. First happy anniversary to you and Scott!
    Second can I tell you how happy I am you pinned this? My friends and I are having a pinterest party and can only bring stuff we’ve pinned and this NEEDED to be there

    1. Ok well please keep me posted how you and everyone likes it…great pinning/timing apparently :)

  23. Um, hello. That looks fantastic. Talk about a perfect summer drink. I have made sangria before and it definitely goes down too easy ;-)

  24. mmm sangria! And this recipe is soo different! A serving or two of fruit must cancel out the ill effects of alcohol, right? :)

  25. Mmmmm, sounds delish. Love the party for One! Reminds me of the new Muppet movie!! **giggle**

  26. This is perfect timing. I am making my normal red wine sangria for my SIL’s wedding shower in a couple weeks, but not everyone loves red wine. I’m so making this is a second option!

    I am also drinking a mango-peach-banana-strawberry smoothie right now. Its getting to be summer fruit time!

    1. For a springtime shower, this is perfect! In fact, that’s the exact type of gathering I had in mind when I was coming up with this!! Please LMK how it goes over and yes, red wine isn’t for everyone, especially during the daytime. This is so much lighter and smoother. Goes down a little too easy :)

  27. Averie- this looks delish!! I’ve made a similiar sangria before… white wine, pineapple juice, pineapple chunks, frozen peaches, + peach sparkling water. Yes, water. it’s seriously SO SO good. Mango have to give yours a whirl… since i ADORE mango!

    1. Peach sparkling water…now that’s something I could get on board with any time.

      Saw your muffins on FG yesterday. Congrats :)

  28. My cousin would love this. She’s all about sangria. I’d take mine virgin; just sweet juice please! :) I wish I still liked booze… but then again, I never really liked it, I just liked the happy effects. :D

    1. Happy effects are a huge part of it..I mean, I don’t like the taste of wine enough that I would ever buy non-alcoholic wine, just to drink it, so I can drink it for the taste alone. It’s a hand-in-hand, taste + effects, beverage :)

  29. We use to make ‘sangria’ at college by mixing a bottle of wine with some sprite – I much prefer this version! I love all those tropical flavours and I have a bottle of peach schnapps in my booze cupboard that’s just calling out to be used.

    1. Well you were on the right track in college…I was suffering through keg parties. Lol

  30. I had some good sangria when I vacationed in Mexico–it was my drink of the week. I’ve never made it but I love your guidelines!!

    1. We had a small party to go to last night and as I was thinking about what to take, my mind drifted to all the beautiful drinks you have made. I decided to take this because I’ve never made sangria before. It was a big hit with the ladies (me too) and I came home with an empty pitcher!!

      1. Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad you came home with an empty pitcher and that your friends were happy, too :)

  31. I just found your blog and I absolutely love it! Thanks for sharing! I will be making this soon!
    -Tia
    Sewcalmama.blogspot.com

  32. I am not a fan of red wine sangria (even though I prefer red wine to red), but I do like white wine sangria, and this sounds and looks INCREDIBLE! I will be making this sometime this summer – preferably sooner than later.

    1. Red in sangria is a little strong sometimes, it tends to overpower the fruit. This is light and perfect. I know you love mangoes and I think this will be a hit with you. LMK if you end up making it!

  33. This looks amazing, perfect for summer! I’m a fan of just about any sweet alcoholic drink, especially something frozen from the Vitamix. :-)

    1. I’m all about the Vitamix, any time of the year, but summer/cold smoothies/drinks from the Vita are…even better!

  34. I am not a drinker, but man, this looks good! I like the variety of other drinks you listed, I am going to have to try some of those out. I love pineapple and mango- it’s a great combination!

  35. I LOVEEEE sangria!! It is definitely my favorite way to imbibe, I mean its hydrating and delicious?!?! what more could i need!