White Nectarine Prosecco Sangría with Ginger + Elderflower
This refreshing prosecco sangría recipe is full of floral flavors from white nectarines, fresh ginger, wildflower honey, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, and dry prosecco. Substitute white or yellow peaches or nectarines to your heart's content.
Prep Time: 10minutes
Servings: 6to 8 servings
1/3cupfinely chopped fresh ginger(35g)
2medium-sized white nectarines or peaches, chopped
2medium-sized white nectarines or peaches, sliced
1/4cupstrained lemon juice
1bottle prosecco or other dry white sparkling wine such as cava, chilled(750 ml)
1cupSt. Germain Elderflower liqueur, chilled
1-2cupssparkling water, chilled
In a large measuring pitcher, muddle together the honey and chopped ginger until the juices run out of the ginger, 1 minute. Muddle in the chopped nectarines and lemon juice until well crushed. (Alternatively, pulse the mixture in a food processor or with an immersion blender to speed up this process.) Stir in half of the prosecco. Strain the mixture through a fine mesh sieve and into a large punch bowl or pitcher, pressing on the fruit pulp to extract all the good stuff. Discard the pulp.Add the rest of the prosecco, the St. Germain and the sliced nectarines to the sangría. Taste, adding more lemon juice if you feel the drink it needs it. Add ice and sparkling water to the pitcher, and serve within the hour while the drink is bubbly, ladling it into cups with bits of the fruit.
Inspired by Feasting at Home's Peach and Elderflower Sangría.Feel free to use white or yellow peaches or nectarines here. Since fruit and wines vary in sweetness, add more lemon or honey to your taste.Do add the prosecco and sparkling water shortly before serving to retain the bubbles.Nutritional values are based on one of six drinks.
White Nectarine Prosecco Sangría with Ginger + Elderflower recipe by Alanna Taylor-Tobin of The Bojon Gourmet. Source: https://bojongourmet.com/white-nectarine-prosecco-sangria-ginger-elderflower-cookbook-announcement/.