White Sangria Sparkler

A refreshing, bubbly sangria loaded with tons of fruity goodness – and it takes just 5 min to put together this show-stopping cocktail!

White Sangria Sparkler - A refreshing, bubbly sangria loaded with tons of gorgeous fruity goodness. And it takes 5 min to put together!

So we’ve been in our new home for a week now and I’ve finally unpacked all the kitchen boxes. All 15 boxes. It was a huge triumph so to celebrate, I made sangria!

White Sangria Sparkler - A refreshing, bubbly sangria loaded with tons of gorgeous fruity goodness. And it takes 5 min to put together!

Now I’m more of a white wine gal so I chose to make this with a combination of a crisp white wine and a sparkling white wine (like Prosecco). And with a combination of my favorite fruits, this sangria came together in just 5 minutes.

White Sangria Sparkler - A refreshing, bubbly sangria loaded with tons of gorgeous fruity goodness. And it takes 5 min to put together!

And after that first sip, I was completely hooked. It was incredibly refreshing and cool, and I just loved that bubbly goodness. Plus, with all the colorful fruits, it just makes it even more fun to drink!

White Sangria Sparkler

Prep Time 1 hour, 5 minutes

Total Time 1 hour, 5 minutes

Yield 8 servings

White Sangria Sparkler

A refreshing, bubbly sangria loaded with tons of fruity goodness - and it takes just 5 min to put together this show-stopping cocktail!

Ingredients

  • 1 (750 mL) bottle white wine
  • 2 peaches, sliced
  • 2 kiwis, peeled and thinly sliced
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 3 tablespoons sugar, or more, to taste
  • 1 (750 mL) bottle sparkling white wine
  • 8 sprigs mint

Instructions

  • In a large pitcher, whisk together white wine, peaches, kiwis, raspberries and sugar.
  • Let chill in refrigerator for at least 1 hour.
  • Serve over ice with sparkling white wine, garnished with mint, if desired.

Notes

Adapted from Linda Wagner

http://damndelicious.net/2014/06/14/white-sangria-sparkler/



Comments

  1. Velia says

    What a colorful and bubbly thirst quencher, and to top it off, it contents some yummy fruit. Cheers…

  2. says

    This looks so delicious. I’ve already pinned it and can’t wait to make it! I’m guessing it’s from the move and all the cardboard and hand-washing (I know from experience!) but I couldn’t help but notice that your poor cuticles are so dry. Do you have a good nail balm or cuticle oil to use?

  3. says

    I think I’m going to make this for football this weekend; it looks delicious and so refreshing for a hot day. Would you advise against soaking it overnight? I have heard the longer you soak sangria, the more flavorful it is, but I wouldn’t want any of the fruit to get mushy.

    • Chungah says

      Soaking it overnight will bring out some amazing flavors, but the backside to that is that the fruit will soften the longer it is soaked.

      • Suzie says

        I love the sound of this one and I’m making a big jug for a party this weekend, but the sparkling wine not go flat in the fridge for an hour, and then it will take another couple of hours for people to drink it, shall I just stick to white flat wine?

        • Chungah says

          Yes, the sparkling wine can go flat. You can actually save the sparkling wine during the chill process and use it right before serving.

  4. Elise says

    Any fruit substitutions you might suggest for someone who’s allergic to kiwi? This looks so tasty, but because of the kiwi I can’t make it straight from your recipe :-)

    • Chungah says

      Elise, you can omit the kiwi or add any other fruit you would like – the possibilities are endless!

  5. says

    I remixed this recipe with rosé wine and it was delicious! Just make sure one of the rosé’s you use is sweet. Adds a little more color. 5 stars!!

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