Peach Sangria

Yield: 8-10 Servings

6 Cups White or Rose Wine

1 1/2 Cups Peach Nectar

1/2 Cup Peach Brandy Cup

1/4 Cup Simple Syrup (See Recipe Below)

2 Tablespoons Ginger Sugar

1/2 Teaspoon Vanilla Bean Sea Salt

1/2 Teaspoon Ground Pink Peppercorns

2 Cups Sliced Fresh or Frozen Sliced Peaches

2 Cups Sliced Fresh or Frozen Strawberries

2 Limes, Sliced

There are certain times during the year that people around the farm have come to expect a glass or two of our Signature Peach Sangria. What makes our recipe special is that we make it with Lavender Syrup, using our own Lavender Sugar. The lavender flavor stays in the background, it brings a freshness to the drink than nothing else can match. 


For Syrup: Place ½ Cup each, water and organic cane sugar in a small saucepan. Add ginger sugar, stir to combine, and bring mixture to a slow boil. Cook, stirring constantly, until sugar is completely dissolved (about 4-5 minutes). Set aside and allow to cool completely. 


Using a large sangria pitcher, mix together the wine, peach nectar, brandy, syrup, salt, and pepper. Stir to mix completely. Add 1 cup each of the peaches and strawberries. Chill mixture for several hours before serving.


To serve, remove fruit from pitcher. Pour sangria over ice in a stemless wine glass and garnish each with a slice of lime and a few of the remaining peach and strawberry slices.

MorningStar Kitchen Seasonings Featured in this Recipe
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Ginger Sugar
Rich, sweet, and warm,
our Ginger Sugar can be
used creatively for both
sweet and savory dishes. Sprinkle some on salmon before grilling, use to add a subtle sweetness to sauces and vinaigrettes, or use as a finishing touch on pastries and desserts.
Ginger Sugar from MorningStar Kitchen
Vanilla Bean
Sea Salt

Sweet, yet salty, our Vanilla

Bean Sea Salt makes a rich

and flavorful addition to both

sweet and savory dishes. Try a little on chicken, vegetables, or salads. Use it as a finishing salt to create an extra layer of flavor in breads, pastries – even cocktails!

Vanilla Bean Salt from MorningStar Kitchen
Pink Peppercorns
While they have a fresh,
peppery flavor, pink
peppercorns are not pepper.
They are the fruit of a
Braziliantree that is part of the cashew/mango family. Their sweet, mild flavor works well in delicate sauces, as well as in seafood and poultry dishes. Crush with a mortar and pestle. 
Pink Peppercorns from MorningStar Kitchen