Sweet Summer Sangrias

I wanted to make a killer sangria and sometimes I overthink things. This is one of those times. I couldn’t decide between peach or strawberry, so I made both. I made so much and ended up living off sangria for an entire weekend. I thought about inviting friends over to help me drink it, but nah.

This is the only recipe I have made that doesn’t have local ingredients; I wanted it to be cheap and easy, though. Starting with the wines, I chose a Spanish rose wine, El Terrano Rosado, for the strawberry sangria. For the peach sangria I went with Muscadet, a white loire wine, and it comes in a 40-ounce bottle (which only adds to the class here).

Get out your punch bowls, these recipes serve about eight normal people, or one marathon drinker left alone all weekend.


2 cups brandy
1 cup strawberries, halved lengthwise
1 bottle of El Terrano Rosado
3 cups of strawberry lemonade

Soak strawberries in the brandy overnight.
Combine into a punch bowl. Add ice, stir and ladle into cups!


2 cups peach schnapps
half-dozen peeled white and yellow peaches
1 bottle (40 ounces) Muscadet French Wine
1 cup unsweetened lemonade (the peach schnapps is so sweet, we don’t need to add anything else sugary to this)

Soak peaches in the schnapps overnight.
Combine into a punch bowl. Add ice, stir and ladle into cups!

Jessie Lacey lives in Portland and spends whatever free time she has making dresses, cocktails, art and trouble.

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