Friday’s Feasts: White Sangria

white sangria

When does preparing a drink qualify as cooking? When it results is something as delightful as this White Sangria.

This past week we were visiting friends in the Hamptons. When the kids were napping, the adults enjoyed an outdoor lunch of charcuterie and a pitcher of sangria. Our hosts had made the tasty beverage the night before and let the flavors of the fruit soak in. The result: Pure summer refreshment.

The generous mix-master shared his recipe with me and I snapped a few pictures–one of the drink and one of me snuggling with my little one poolside.

2 small white nectarines-diced
I green apple-diced
1 bottle sparkling wine
1 3/4 cups apple juice
1 cup club soda

Add the fruit to a large pitcher. Pour in sparkling wine and apple juice. Refrigerate at least two hours (overnight is better) to draw out sweetness and aromas of fruit. When ready to serve, add club soda, and stir. Spoon some fruit pieces into glasses filled with ice, and pour.

Yield: 8 cocktails.

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  • Leane

    That seems like the perfect yummy summer cocktail. Great recipe post. It's a perfect compliment to lots of summer dishes, I bet.

  • Amy @ Finer Things

    How refreshing! I need a glass of that right now!

  • Poppedijne

    A very elegant drink this white sangria.Next week we will have hot weather so I need to stock up for this refreshing drink.

  • Hoosier Homemade

    I made Sangria for the first time last year and we all enjoyed it. Yours is a bit different, sounds yummy! Thanks for hosting!

  • ~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~

    This sounds like a winner to me and so easy. Thanks~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

  • The Bloom Girls

    I consider sangria a 'health drink', it contains nutritional value and stress reducing qualities. Hands down, my favorite beverage….I love it. Thanks for sharing your recipe and stopping by.
    The Bloom Girls
    Nashville, TN

  • Amy Green (Simply Sugar and Gluten-Free)

    I'm not a wine drinker but fruit in a summer drink always adds something special. Love the poolside pic!

  • Bill

    Looks wonderful! Thanks for inviting me to participate in your party.

    Hope your weekend goes well!

    Bill @ Affordable Accoutrements

  • heartnsoulcooking

    A great drink for a hot summer day. THANKS!!! for the recipe. Geri

  • Kristin

    I made a red sangria once but this looks much tastier! Wine is on sale this week so I'll have to get some for this recipe… thanks!

  • Over Coffee – the green edition

    I don’??t know what I am more jealous of; the yummy Sangria or the relaxing poolside in the Hamptons ;-)

  • SavoringTime in the Kitchen

    This sounds like a wonderful and refreshing summer drink! Thank you!


  • Elaine

    I love Sangria and this sounds like something I want to try. :)
    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  • VanderbiltWife

    Mmmm. I looove sangria of all shapes and sizes, but white is my favorite. Sounds like a wonderful recipe!


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  • Ann Kroeker

    That sounds soooo refreshing. Yum! Thanks for the recipe–I think I might surprise my friends some night and try this out!

  • Ben

    Haha, I agree that sangria qualifies as cooking. I've never had white sangria so I must try this one soon.

  • Stephanie

    Thanks for sharing that "recipe," Nicole. It sounds absolutely wonderful – so refreshing on a hot summer day.