Non Alcoholic White Sangria Recipe

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Make this non alcoholic white sangria recipe for your summer gatherings. Fresh fruit and tasty mint add just the right amount of flavor. So delicious!

non alcoholic sangria in clear pitcher with fruit

Summer is the time for color. I love to serve colorful fruit and vegetables with our meals, and that includes drinks. This non alcoholic white sangria recipe is the perfect accompaniment to any summer meal. It’s refreshing and easy to make, with the added bonus of being beautiful!

white sangria fruit ingredients

Traditional (alcoholic) sangria has been around since the dawn of time. Originating in Spain, it is made with a combination of wine, fruit juice, sparkling water, fruit, and sometimes brandy. Sangria made it to the U.S. in the sixties, and since then, there have been thousands of sangria recipes shared in cookbooks and online. This is my version!

white sangria recipe in glass with garnish

White sangria recipe tips

  • Adding ice to your white sangria is optional. The thing about adding ice is that it waters down the taste of the juice. Grape juice comes in large containers, so it is likely you will have some left over. It works really well to plan ahead (which for this post, I did not) and make grape juice ice cubes. Ice cubes can also be made with sparkling water. Either way, as the ice melts in the glasses, the fresh sangria taste will not be compromised.
  • Other juice ideas: apple juice, Simply Peach juice (found in the refrigerated section,) Ocean Spray White Cran-Peach juice, Ocean Spray White Cranberry juice, Welch’s Light Peach juice. (If you use peach juice, add fresh peach slices to your sangria.)
  • Use any pitcher you have on hand, but a clear pitcher lets the beauty of the juice and fruit shine through.

glasses of non alcoholic sangria with garnish

White sangria garnish idea

This non alcoholic sangria is one of those recipes where the presentation is not only beautiful, but fun to put together. When shopping for your fruit, make sure to get a little extra of everything. For four skewers you will need:

  • 4 chunks of lemon
  • 4 chunks of orange
  • 4 chunks of strawberries
  • 4 large blueberries
  • 4 green grapes

Thread the chunks of fruit on a small wood skewer. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

non alcoholic sangria in glasses

Non alcoholic sangria…or not?

Sangria is super easy to make. You can basically use any beverage, add fruit, and call it sangria! If you prefer a traditional white sangria, simply substitute your favorite white wine for both juices. Another option is to use equal parts of white wine and sparkling water.

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Non Alcoholic White Sangria Recipe

Make this non alcoholic white sangria recipe for your summer gatherings. Fresh fruit and tasty mint add just the right amount of flavor. So delicious!
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4.80 from 10 votes
Servings: 48 ounces
Author: Ann Drake
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 15 minutes
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  • 1 large lemon sliced
  • 1 large orange sliced
  • 5-7 large strawberries sliced
  • 10-15 green grapes
  • 8-10 sprigs fresh mint plus more for garnish
  • 20 blueberries
  • 12 ounces white grape juice
  • 12 ounces Trop50 orange juice
  • 24 ounces sparkling water
  • additional fruit for garnish if desired


  • Wash and dry all the fruit.
  • Thinly slice the lemon, orange, and strawberries.
  • Add the lemon slices, orange slices, strawberries, grapes, blueberries, and mint to a large pitcher.
  • Pour the grape juice, orange juice, and sparkling water over the fruit.
  • Stir well.
  • Refrigerate for an hour before serving.
  • Serve in clear glasses with fresh mint and fruit garnish.
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  1. Namwandi Mwiinga says:

    Hello great recipe you got there! Can I substitute sparkling water for sprite or something?

  2. So beautiful! I love the presentation. What a great idea for a fun and fancy drink for the kids (and adults who dont care to drink alcohol). Can’t wait to try it out.
    And thank you for your beautiful web site. It delights the soul!

  3. This is amazing!!! I substituted the sparkling water with White sparkling wine (for the adults) it was a huge hit 😊
    Add the sparkling wine just before serving and keep it in the fridge. Enjoy

  4. Barbara Windle says:

    Looks good and I am thinking I should make it this weekend.

  5. Norma Rolader says:

    5 stars
    What is another fruit instead of strawberries due to I am allergic

    1. Charlotte says:

      5 stars
      Beautiful beverage! So many variations of punch and juice cocktails it’s hard to find one that delights. This one is perfect for a small party when minimal effort. One could also treat yourself or share with another.

  6. I love the fact that this is a sangria the whole family can enjoy. Thanks Ann!

  7. Amy Kaminski says:

    This is awesome! Having some friends for lunch this coming Friday and I will be making this. I love Sangria!

  8. Dorabella Santos says:

    Great idea! I usually make a drink with orange blossom tea or green tea and with fruit inside :)

  9. elizabeth phillips says:

    Hello Ann! Thank you for this non-alcoholic sangria recipe! I will definitely make this cool summer drink! As always I enjoy your posts!

  10. Pamela Smith says:

    My daughters college graduation is next weekend and this will be perfect to serve at the party! Thank you!

  11. Oh my not only does it look delicious but your pictures are just beautiful!!! I can’t wait to try it!

  12. I cannot wait to try! NUM

  13. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    This will be something special for the non-alcohol drinkers as well as kiddos on the Independence Day party. Pretty and simple that can be prepared ahead! My kind of recipe! Thanks

  14. Thank you for providing such a lovely refreshing summer drink for us to try. I am so glad it is non-alcoholic as I find it hard to find good recipes. Thank you!

  15. Beautifully illustrated in these photos! Thanks 🍹