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Sweet Tea Sangria with fresh peaches & raspberries

Sweet Tea Sangria is perfect for summer barbecues, brunches or showers.

sweet tea sangria with raspberries and fresh summer peaches

So much has been happening around here with this little blog. A lot of back end work, SEO ops, fixing, fixing, fixing…it’s exciting in a nerve-wracking kind of way.  I’ve hired some pretty fantastic people to help, though, so thankfully it’s far more on the exciting side that the I-want-to-pull-my-hair-out-and-scream side :)

Or maybe it’s because I’ve taken to drinking. Ha! No, not really…at least not any more than normal. But I do love a great cocktail, especially in the summertime. I promised you I’d make a few more cocktails out of my summer sweet tea recipe (don’t forget the baking soda!) so I’ve been making quite a few batches over these past weeks. It typically disappears before cocktails can be made but I’ve managed to keep enough around for some end-of-day enjoyment, too.

This sweet tea sangria recipe will quickly become of of your favorites, as it already has mine. Whenever you have some fresh summer fruit lying around, whip up a quick batch of sweet tea and mix it with a bottle of white wine. Toss in your fruit then let it sit a few hours before enjoying – it really couldn’t be easier.

sweet tea sangria with raspberries and fresh summer peaches

More delicious sangria recipes (I’ve only tried the first in the list but I’d love to try them all!):

Sparkling Grapefruit Sangria Recipe

White Sangria Recipe

Carolina Peach Sangria Recipe

sweet tea sangria with raspberries and fresh summer peaches

Sweet Tea Sangria

Yield: 8-10 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Additional Time: 8 hours
Total Time: 8 hours 5 minutes

The perfect summer sangria!


  • 6 cups sweet tea
  • 1 bottle white wine
  • 2 cups raspberries
  • 2 cups sliced peaches
  • fresh mint, for garnishing (optional)


    Mix sweet tea and wine together in a large pitcher. Add the fruit and chill for at least 2-3 hours, preferably 8 or more.
    Serve in pretty glasses and garnish with mint.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 168Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 6mgCarbohydrates: 25gFiber: 3gSugar: 20gProtein: 1g

This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix.

Kristy Bernardo
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stacey richetelli

Thursday 7th of May 2020

What kind of sweet tea are you using. The power mix like you would just add to water or already made sweet tea

Kristy Bernardo

Thursday 7th of May 2020

Hi Stacey, I wouldn't use a mix. Here's the sweet tea recipe I use:


Wednesday 6th of November 2019

I wanna make it.


Saturday 16th of July 2016

I have 2 pitchers of this chilling in my refrigerator right now for game night tonight! I wish I had read the suggestion about not using chardonnay but I also added peach schnapps. So we'll see how it turns out!

Kristy Bernardo

Monday 18th of July 2016

Hey Sarah! Let me know how it turned out! Cheers :)


Saturday 5th of September 2015

This looks great. I've been looking for a light dessert that incorporates raspberries and this looks like a winner. I use bon maman raspberry jam because I think it has the best raspberry flavor. I've tried alot of the sugar free varieties and found they don';t have the same tartness that you find with a good raspberry. So, I use bon maman or else reduce fresh raspberries with sugar if I have the time and the berries.

I'm, going to try this with a ganache topping. It looks really nice. I think the whipped cream and raspberry jam mixed with the chocolate cookies is a fantastic combo. I've done icebox cakes before and love them I think they set really well and the long set time is great for the flavor.

Mary Frances

Tuesday 21st of July 2015

This looks so fabulously refreshing! Yum!

Kristy Bernardo

Wednesday 29th of July 2015

Thank you, Mary Frances!

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