Evan Williams Peach Spring Forward Sangria

Evan Williams Spring Forward Sangria

Spring Forward Sangria is the ultimate happy hour sipper! Featuring Evan Williams Peach, seasonal fruits, rosé wine, and fresh mint.

I partnered with Evan Williams Bourbon to mix up the Spring Forward Sangria recipe! Recipe and ideas are my own.

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Spring Forward Sangia

I’m celebrating an extra hour of sun with Daylights Savings and the Evan Williams Spring Forward Sangria! This delightful sangria features smooth Evan Williams Peach bourbon that boasts the natural sweetness of Georgia peaches.

Mixing in a medley of seasonal fruits is key here. I used strawberries, peaches and grapefruit. Light and refreshing rosé wine complements the fresh fruit and rich bourbon. A hint of fresh mint brightens up the sangria, making this the perfect sangria to celebrate the transition into spring!

About Evan Williams

Steeped in history and Southern charm, Evan Williams is the original Kentucky bourbon, crafting its signature spirit since 1783. Their dedication to quality and time-honored traditions is evident in every bottle, including the Evan Williams Peach in this Spring Forward Sangria.

This delightful expression takes their classic bourbon and infuses it with the sweetness of ripe Georgia peaches, resulting in a perfectly balanced and smooth spirit.

Ingredients for Spring Forward Sangia

  • Evan Williams Peach: A perfectly smooth bourbon with the added sweetness of Georgia peaches.
  • Sliced Seasonal Fruit: Choose a vibrant mix of fresh fruits like strawberries, peaches, and grapefruit for a burst of color and juicy goodness.
  • Mint Sprig: Fresh mint adds a touch of invigorating coolness.
  • Rosé Wine: Opt for a light and crisp rosé to balance the richness of the bourbon. I like Cote des Roses Rosé.
  • Edible Flower: Garnish the Spring Forward Sangia with an edible flower for that extra touch.
Evan Williams Peach Spring Forward Sangria overhead

How to Make Spring Forward Sangia

Crafting the Spring Forward Sangria is as easy as sipping it! Start by adding sliced fruit and Evan Williams Peach to a stemless wine glass. With the back of a spoon, muddle them together to release the fruits’ flavors.

Next, add ice, a sprig of mint, and pour in the rosé wine. Stir gently to combine. Top it off with an edible flower for Insta-worthy sips!

Frequently Asked Questions

What bourbon is best for Spring Forward Sangria?

I recommend Evan Williams Peach bourbon. It provides the perfect balance of smoothness and peachy sweetness that takes the Spring Forward Sangria to the next level!

What type of rosé wine works best?

Opt for a light and crisp rosé wine to maintain the refreshing quality of the sangria. A rosé with hints of red berries or citrus notes can complement the fruity elements beautifully.

Can I use different fruits in the sangria?

Yes! Feel free to experiment with a variety of seasonal fruits to suit your taste and what’s fresh and available. Berries, citrus, or even a splash of tropical flavors can add exciting twists.

Is the Spring Forward Sangria good for parties?

Certainly! This sangria is a crowd-pleaser, and you can easily scale up the recipe to serve a group. It’s a fantastic choice for spring gatherings and happy hours.

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Evan Williams Spring Forward Sangria

Spring Forward Sangria is the ultimate happy hour sipper! Featuring Evan Williams Peach, seasonal fruits, rosé wine, and fresh mint.
Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Bourbon, rosé wine, whiskey cocktail, Wine Cocktail
Yield: 1


  • 1/2 cup sliced seasonal fruit (I used strawberries, peaches and grapefruit)
  • 1 1/2 oz Evan Williams Peach
  • 6 oz rosé wine
  • Mint sprig
  • Garnish: edible flower


  • Add sliced fruit and Evan Williams Peach to a stemless wine glass and muddle to release juices from the fruit.
  • Add ice, mint sprig and rosé to the glass stir to combine.
  • If desired, garnish with an edible flower.

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