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Strawberry Peach Rosé Sangria

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Strawberry Peach Rosé Sangria - Full of fresh strawberries and peaches, strawberry liqueur, peach nectar, fresh lemon juice, vodka and Rosé wine. All of our faves in one glass!

Strawberry Peach Rosé Sangria

  • Servings: 5 ounces
  • Yield: 10 cups
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 5 ripe fresh peaches
  • 16 ounces fresh strawberries
  • 2 lemons
  • 1 bottle Rosé wine, chilled
  • ¾ cup strawberry liquor
  • 1 cup peach nectar
  • 1 cup vodka

Preparation

  1. If desired, remove peach skins and pits (see *note), and cut into ¼ inch slices.
  2. Rinse strawberries and dry them. Reserve enough whole strawberries to garnish each glass. Hull the rest of the strawberries and slice.
  3. Slice one lemon into ¼-inch thick wheels and set aside.
  4. Combine Rosé, strawberry liquor, peach nectar, vodka, and juice from one lemon juice in a glass pitcher. Shortly before serving, add the sliced strawberries, the sliced peaches, and the lemon wheels to the pitcher.
  5. Fill glasses with ice and add 5 ounces of Sangria plus some of the fruit from the pitcher. Garnish each glass with one of the whole strawberries you reserved.

Recipe Tags

* Sometimes fresh peaches aren't completely ripe when purchased. So plan to purchase them a few days before you actually need to use them, and leave them sitting out to ripen.

*I prefer to remove the skins from the peaches. To do this:
- Use a sharp paring knife to make an "X" at the base of each peach.
- Drop them into boiling water for about 30 seconds.
- Quickly remove them and drop into ice water for 1-2 minutes.
- Once cool enough to handle, slip off the skins.

*Many recipes recommend adding the sliced fruit to the pitcher and chilling overnight so that the fruit is infused with the flavors. However I find that the strawberries and peaches can lose too much of their texture, and also change the consistency of the Sangria. For this Sangria I prefer adding the fruit within an hour before serving.

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