Most people associate sangria with red wine and deep hearty fruits. White wine Sangria is a light, refreshing alternative to the heavier red Sangria, and fares well during the hot summer months. Lemon-Peach Sangria adds a delicate hint of fruity flavor without overpowering the gentle fruits already present in the wine.
1.Cut orange, lemons and limes into thin slices and set aside. Cut three of the peaches into slices and set aside. Slice one peach in half and discard the pit.
2.Pour frozen lemonade concentrate into pitcher. Squeeze the juice out of both halves of the peach into the pitcher. Discard peaches after they are juiced completely.
3.Add sugar to the concentrate mixture and stir to combine. Let sit for 10 minutes to allow the sugar to absorb into the concentrate.
4.Add two bottles of chardonnay to the pitcher, and add the peach liqueur as well. Stir until combined. Add all of the sliced fruit to the pitcher and gently stir.
5.Place the pitcher in the refrigerator and chill for a minimum of 4 hours, preferably overnight. Stir with wooden spoon and add container of lemon-lime soda immediately before serving. Leave the wooden spoon in pitcher to scoop fruit into wine glass, if desired.