Peach Mango Sangria

Well, last week’s car drama got even better.

Not only is it super annoying to get into an accident, it’s extra annoying when you find out that the person who hit you had just the minimum insurance required by the state of Florida, which is not enough to actually cover the entire 4 car wreck. (Seriously FL, get your act together and require people to carry more than 10K of insurance!!!!) That means I need to go through my insurance as well, and then the 2 insurance companies settle stuff up on their end.

I have spent so much time on the phone recently. I have provided information over and over again to different parties. And I have given recaps several times over.  I understand it’s all necessary, but is rather spend my time when Hunter is dozing on other things. Nap like things. Or shower like things.

 

And to make matters worse, it seems like the car can’t get into the shop for another 2-3 weeks and it will take a decent amount of time, like 3 weeks, to fix it. But the place I’m going to has fantastic ratings so, at least, Indy will be in good hands.

But all of that just makes me say “So, yeah… pass me some wine!”

This sangria is just what I needed.

The combination of mango and peach is light and tropical, while the tequila gives it a bit of a bite. Feel free to add some seltzer to it to make it even more refreshing with some fizzy bubbles.

Grab a glass, kick your feet up, and take a big sip!

 

Peach Mango Sangria

Makes 1 pitcher

Ingredients

  • 1 750 ml bottle Chardonnay
  • 2 large fresh peaches, cut into thing slices
  • 1 mango, peeled and cut into thin slices
  • 1/4 Cup silver tequilla

Process

  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a large pitcher. Chill for at least 4 hours
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7 thoughts on “Peach Mango Sangria

  1. comfortablydomestic says:

    Girlfriend, if ever there was a week in which wine needed to happen, it’s this one! I’m sorry about your accident. I can’t even fathom having to coordinate with multiple insurance companies to get it fixed. I live in one of the few “no-fault” auto insurance states, so we only call our personal agent. I hope that you see a light at the end of the tunnel soon. Until then, way to rock the peaches & booze!

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