Does anyone have a good white sangria recipe? (I need to make a large amount for a party)

0 Answers

  1. Teri Newman wrote on :

    Here’s white peach sangria for 200 servings

    33-1/2 (750 milliliter) bottles dry white wine
    25 cups peach flavored vodka
    12-1/2 cups frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed
    8-1/3 cups white sugar
    33 pounds white peaches, pitted and sliced
    25 cups seedless red grapes, halved
    25 cups seedless green grapes, halved

    In a large pitcher, combine dry white wine, peach vodka, lemonade concentrate and sugar. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Add sliced peaches, red and green grapes.
    Refrigerate sangria until well chilled, at least 2 hours, or overnight to blend flavors. Serve over ice, and use a slotted spoon to include sliced peaches and grapes with each serving.

  2. Kathy Johnson wrote on :

    Here is one we liked
    1 Bottle of white wine (Riesling, Chablis, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc)
    2/3 cup white sugar
    3 oranges (sliced) or may substitute 1 cup of orange juice)
    1 lemon (sliced)
    1 lime (sliced)
    1/2 liter of ginger ale or club soda (ginger ale for those with a sweeter tooth!)
    Pour wine in the pitcher and squeeze the juice wedges from the orange,lemon and lime into the wine. Toss in the fruit wedges (leaving out seeds if possible) and add sugar. Chill overnight. Add ginger ale or club soda just before serving.
    I like that you can make it ahead of time but if you need to serve right away, use chilled white wine and serve over lots of ice.
    Oh, we added sliced strawberries as a garnish in the glass. It looks pretty too!

  3. Marcia Robinson wrote on :

    I basically use the same recipe as bearbara but don’t use any sparkling water. Instead, I use a few spritzes of plain seltzer. I also throw in some pieces of Mac apples and then go by taste, seeing if and how much sugar it might need.

  4. Melanie McMahan wrote on :

    White Sangria
    * 1/2 cup peach schnapps
    * 1/2 cup cognac
    * 1/4 cup white sugar
    * 4 oranges, sliced into rounds
    * 2 mangos, peeled and sliced
    * 4 (750 milliliter) bottles dry white wine, chilled
    * 1 liter ginger ale, chilled


    1. In a pitcher, combine peach schnapps, cognac, sugar, sliced oranges and sliced mangos. Chill for at least an hour.
    2. Pour fruit mixture into a large punch bowl. Stir in white wine and ginger ale.

  5. Annamarie Dodge wrote on :

    here are a few ideas for you…they vary in price to prepare, I have made them they have been big hits, ENJOY!
    WHITE SANGRIA FOR A PARTY (my absolut favorite):

    1/2 galon unexpensive white chardonnay, chablis or Savignon Blanc
    1 frozen guava concentrate
    1 big pear nectar (can)
    2 cups of Finlandia Vodka
    1/2 cup of sugar
    2 2 ltr bottles of lemon lime soda.
    Fruits, including white grapes, sliced apples and sliced pinneaple (use white fruits)

    You can prepare the mix before the party, excluding the Seven Ups. You can add the seven ups before serving.


    2 oranges, peeled and sliced thin
    1 bottle chilled white dry wine
    1 12 ounce can mango nectar, chilled
    1 mango in cubes
    1 chilled 12 oz can of ginger ale
    1 chilled bottle of unexpensive dry champagne

    Add the Ginger Ale and the Champagne before serving.

    Champagne Sangria
    This is from a Douglas Rodríguez book.

    1 semi ripe mango, peeled, pitted & sliced
    2 peaches, peeled, pitted & sliced
    3 limes, sliced
    2 lemons, sliced
    1 orange, sliced
    1 cup seedless green grapes
    1/2 cup Cointreau
    1 bottle champagne or Cava, well chilled.

    Place all the sliced fruit and grapes in large punchbowl. Pour the Cointreau over the fruit and toss gently. Just before serving, add the chilled champagne and stir gently. Serve the wine with some fruit in large chilled wine glasses.

    • Sara Wald wrote on :

      thank you!

    • Annamarie Dodge wrote on :

      i hope you enjoy the recipes you can play around with sangria recipes, thats what makes them fun.

  6. Sarah Noebels wrote on :


    * 1/2 cup peach schnapps
    * 1/2 cup cognac
    * 1/4 cup white sugar
    * 4 oranges, sliced into rounds
    * 2 mangos, peeled and sliced ( I prefer to use raspberries…2 pints)
    * 4 (750 milliliter) bottles dry white wine, chilled
    * 1 liter ginger ale, chilled


    1. In a pitcher, combine peach schnapps, cognac, sugar, sliced oranges and sliced mangos (or raspberries). Chill for at least an hour.
    2. Pour fruit mixture into a large punch bowl. Stir in white wine and ginger ale.

    • victoria dorney wrote on :

      I have a recipe for frozen sangria if you don’t mind running to the blender otherwise you can use a punchbowl and make an ice ring co tsing sliced fruits of your choice. Can use any shape of pan/bowl that will fit in your punchbowl.
      This recipe is for 4 drinks, you can double/triple as you see fit.
      You can use a fruity red or a white wine like a Moscato or if you prefer a drier wine use a Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc.
      16 ounces of your wine of choice
      4 ounces of peach schnapps
      4 ounces Grand Marnier
      8 ounces orange juice
      Finely grated zest of two oranges
      1/4 cup coarsely chopped red delicious aoole
      One orange thinly sliced
      One coarsely chopped peaches (optional)
      4 cups ice
      Pinch of ground cloves
      1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
      Apple wedges and orange wheelsfor garnish if so desired

      In blender combine all ingredients except garnish and blend till smooth.if you want a Frozen Sangria otherwise put all ingredients in punchbowl except 4 cups ice (use ice ring) and stir gently but thoroughly. Can float garnishes or put in punch cups.

    • Sarah Noebels wrote on :

      sounds good! Will have to try it!

  7. Renee Murphy wrote on :

    I would use a white apple or we have a local wine, Prairie Berry, they have a crab apple white wine that would be perfect for sangria. I would take 2 bottles mix up a simple syrup (1/2 c water & !/2 c sugar cooked until the sugar is dissolved). mix those together then add the fruit oranges, lemons, Key limes, cherries, & pineapple. Mix in Ice cubes or cracked ice. It is awesome!

    • Sara Wald wrote on :

      Oh wow delicious! Where can I get Prairie Berry wine?

    • Renee Murphy wrote on :

      I’m not sure what outlets they have outside of South Dakota but here is their website. prairieberry.com and their phone 877-226-9453 they will be happy to answer all your questions.

  8. Karen Canning-Millar wrote on :

    The best I’ve tried and perfect to cool off warm summer nights…

    3 tablespoons sugar
    3 shots Calvados or other apple liquor
    1 lime, sliced
    1 lemon, sliced
    2 ripe peaches, cut into wedges
    3 ripe green apples seeded and cut into wedges
    1 bottle white Rioja Spanish wine or other dry white wine
    1 pint raspberries
    Sparkling soda water, for topping off glasses of sangria at table
    Combine sugar, Calvados, lime, lemon, peaches and apples in a large pitcher. Cover with 1 bottle of Rioja wine and chill sangria several hours. To serve, spoon fruits into glasses or goblets, adding a few fresh raspberries in each glass, pour wine over top of the fruit. Top glasses of sangria off with a splash of soda water and serve. ENJOY!!

    • Sara Wald wrote on :

      Oh my! Thank you so so much. I never thought of using Calvados apple liquor. Good call!

  9. Jody Jordan wrote on :

    Here is the way I have made it in the past but not with as much Brandy
    – 1/2 cup hot water
    – 1/2 cup sugar
    – 1 750 Ml bottle white wine I use semi sweet wine but have also made this with dry white wine
    – 3/4 cup brandy (if desired) just a small amount then taste it as you go
    1 orange – cut in slices but do not remove the peal
    1/2 cup raspberries or strawberrys are nice too
    2 cups club soda
    cracked or cube ice mint leaves for garnish
    Heat the water and sugar until sugar dissolves and then allow the liquid to cool to room temperature.
    Add the remaining ingredients, including brandy if desired.
    Before adding the soda water, chill contents for at least several hours or overnight if possible. Add the soda water.
    Pour each serving over ice and garnish with several fresh raspberries and a sprig of mint when ready to serve. Enjoy! Makes about 6-8oz servings so just double this to make more… Have fun

    • Sara Wald wrote on :

      Thanks so much. When I lived in Spain they used brandy for Sangria. I guess that I use a lighter color brandy so it doesn’t discolor the white sangria?
      Dissolving the sugar in hot water sounds like a good idea – I wouldn’t have thought of that.

  10. Barbara Phelps wrote on :

    I usually just go by taste and look when I make sangria (and white is so much lighter and fruity than a red one!)

    Take two bottles of white wine (I like Sauvignon Blancs or Pinot Grigio for this)

    pour into a pitcher or bowl and add 1/2 c sugar/two sliced up oranges/and a sliced up lemon and/or lime.
    Chill it for a couple of hours or add lots of BIG chucks of ice.
    Just before serving add a bottle of sparkling water or lemon/lime soda (about 2 cups or so)

    I also use whole strawberries in season or whole fresh blueberries (you can use frozen ones too) to change it up. Really Summery and pretty and very refreshing!
    You can double or triple it for your party.

    • Sara Wald wrote on :

      This is super helpful! It’s for my best friend’s birthday this Friday so I’ll let you know how it turns out.

Are you an FOF Guru? Please to log in and post your response