Stone Fruit Sangria

Stone Fruit Sangria

It’s Labor Day Weekend Baby!!!!

I can barely contain my excitement.

Stone Fruit Sangria

Three blissful days off from work.

Okay, who are we kidding, Autumn will probably fight me on something every other moment of every day. And Brink is sure to have an accident in the house, no matter how often we take her out and watch her.

Stone Fruit Sangria

But that is life, and I love it no matter how crazy it is.

The thing is, you just need to be prepared.

And I think the #1 way to be prepared is to have wine on hand at all times.

With that wine, you can whip up a big batch of this Stone Fruit Sangria. Can you, and you should!

Sangria is fancy wine, and sometimes you need to enjoy something fancy as you scrub the carpets for the hundredth time while scolding your dog. Or as you try to console your toddler as she sobs that Kemper is eating the cheerios that she spilled on the floor, AFTER you told her that she had to stay seated and not walk around with a bowl of cheerios. Yeah, moments like that deserve some sangria.

This sangria will perfect for life situations for that or with dinner or for when you are hosting people for Labor Day weekend.

Stone Fruit Sangria

Enjoy the rest of fresh, ripe summer fruit this Labor Day weekend!

What are your plans for Labor Day?

Stone Fruit Sangria

Stone Fruit Sangria

Makes 8 servings

Ingredients

  • 2 peaches, pitted and thinly sliced
  • 1 nectarine, pitted and thinly sliced
  • 2 plums, pitted and thinly sliced
  • 1.5L Chardonnay

Process

  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a large pitcher.
  2. Chill for at least 2 hours prior to serving.

 

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4 thoughts on “Stone Fruit Sangria

  1. Tony Spasiano says:

    I love the fruit which soak up the wine. I reminds me of the fruit my grandfather used to give me as a child after he soaked it in the homemade red wine. Ok so he tied to get us drunk to keep all the kids sedated and stop them from making a racket while the adults where visiting. So there was a method to his madness, but they tastes sooo good.

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