This Prosecco sangria makes a great signature drink for brunches, parties and holidays.

Easy to make with just four ingredients, this make ahead cocktail is sure to wow your guests!

Prosecco Sangria in a glass carafe with pomegranate and peaches in the back.
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As I have mentioned through the years, I’m a fan of signature cocktails. It’s an added decorative element and detail that is not only memorable, but tasty!

It also allows guests to easily serve themselves so I can spend my time enjoying my time with them. They’re not only great for showers and brunches, but weddings and dinners as well.

Prosecco Sangria

Sangria is a great make ahead cocktail when you are planning on hosting and it’s especially great as a summer drink. Be sure to check out my white wine sangria and my classic Spanish sangria recipe.

Why You’ll Love It

  • Easy to Make – With just four ingredients, it’s simple but still feels special!
  • Perfect for Brunch – This wine cocktail is light and refreshing and wouldn’t be out of place at any brunch table.
  • Easy to Sip – With flavors of peach and apricot, it’s deliciously fruity and such an easy drinker.
Prosecco Sangria in a glass carafe with pomegranate and peaches in the back.

Ingredients and Substitutions

  • Brandy – Brandy is the traditional liquor used in sangria. You can use basic brandy, you don’t need anything expensive.
  • Peach – The sliced fresh peaches release their sweetness into the sangria. Use the ripest peaches that give a little when you squeeze them for the best flavor. It’s best not to use frozen peaches in this cocktail. Frozen fruits contain a lot of water, and as they melt they will dilute the drink and weaken the flavors.
  • Apricot nectar – Store bought apricot nectar adds wonderful flavor and sweetness.
  • Prosecco – An Italian sparking white wine. Make sure your Prosecco is chilled before adding it to the other ingredients. Add the Prosecco just before serving so that it doesn’t lose it’s sparkle! You can also use any type champagne if you prefer.

How To Make Prosecco Sangria

  1. Combine – Mix together the brandy, peach and nectar in a large jug or bottle and let it infuse in the fridge for at least an hour.
  2. Serve – Pour in the Prosecco and serve. Hands opening a bottle of Prosecco

Tips

  • I like to use a dry Prosecco for this sangria, as you get a lot of sweetness from the fruits. You don’t need a super expensive bottle, a mid range store bought brand will work perfectly well in this recipe.
  • The base for this prosecco sangria is best made at least an hour before serving to really let the flavors meld together. You can leave it covered in the fridge for up to 6 or 8 hours. It’s important not to add the Prosecco until just before serving.
  • To serve the sangria, simply pour it into wine glasses over a large ice cube. I prefer to use large ice cubes so that they don’t melt quickly and dilute the drink. I like to spoon in a couple of the slices of the peach too as they look so pretty!
A hand holding a glass of Prosecco sangria over a dining table.

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Prosecco Sangria in a glass carafe with pomegranate and peaches in the back.
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Prosecco Sangria

This Prosecco sangria makes for a great signature drink for brunches, parties and holidays. Easy to make with just four ingredients, this make ahead cocktail is sure to wow your guests!
Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Servings: 6 servings
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Ingredients  

  • 5 ounces brandy
  • 1 peach fresh, sliced
  • 1 can apricot nectar
  • 1 bottle Prosecco chilled

Instructions 

  • At least one hour prior to serving, combine brandy, peach and apricot nectar. Allow it to infuse in the refrigerator
  • Add the chilled Prosecco and fresh sliced peaches just before serving.

Julie’s Tips

Tips

  • The base for this sangria is best made at least an hour before serving to really let the flavors meld together. You can leave it covered in the fridge for up to 6 or 8 hours. It’s important not to add the Prosecco until just before serving.
  • To serve the sangria, simply pour it into wine glasses over a large ice cube. I prefer to use large ice cubes so that they don’t melt quickly and dilute the drink. I like to spoon in a couple of the slices of the peach too as they look so pretty!
  • It’s best not to use frozen peaches in this cocktail. Frozen fruits contain a lot of water, and as they melt they will dilute the drink and weaken the flavors.
  • I like to use a dry Prosecco for this sangria, as you get a lot of sweetness from the fruits. You don’t need a super expensive bottle, a mid range store bought brand will work perfectly well in this recipe.
 
Calories: 130kcal | Carbohydrates: 5g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 9mg | Potassium: 167mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin A: 191IU | Vitamin C: 2mg | Calcium: 11mg | Iron: 1mg

Estimated nutrition information is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed.

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  1. I’ve never tried Prosecco or Sangria before but this drink actually sounds like it would b amazing can u explain the taste profile 4 me and even though u said 2 serve it chilled should I also serve it on the rocks or do u think that would b 2 much? Thank u so much and I can’t wait 2 try it!! ??