Bring on summer and a never ending pitcher of this Peach & Raspberry Moscato Punch! It’s crazy good and made for sipping poolside!
Sangrias and punches are for sure my favorite summertime cocktail. They’re SO easy to whip up! Not to mention the colors are gorgeous and they taste amazing! This Moscato punch recipe is no exception. The fresh peaches and raspberries are so pretty in this cocktail and it goes down so easily. Almost too easy. Like, “Hey! Where did all the punch go?” easy.
I like to think this is the best moscato punch around, and not just for summer.
Sure, peaches and raspberries are best friends. Really there’s no better time to enjoy them than during the warmer months. Which works out perfectly, because a big pitcher of this punch poolside if my idea of the perfect afternoon.
But! ?? This punch is so good you’re going to want to serve it up for e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g.
I’m talking football games, cookouts, New Year’s Eve… there’s no wrong time to serve this moscato punch with raspberries!
Ingredients for Moscato Wine Punch
- Yellow peaches
- Moscato wine – There’s no right or wrong Moscato wine to pick for this punch. We had a passion fruit-flavored Moscato around the house so I used that. The wine was really sweet. I’ve also made this punch with a less sweet moscato and actually liked it better. You do you though.
- Lemon-lime soda
- Peach nectar
- Peach vodka – If you don’t want to buy flavored vodka, you can use regular vodka instead of peach and this punch will still taste great.
Make sure you pay attention to the ABV (alcohol by volume) on your vodka bottle. I used Alize Peach for my punch. It has an ABV of 16% (32 proof) so I used 1 cup to make sure there was a good amount of booze. If you’re using a higher ABV vodka like Absolut Peach which is 40% (80 proof), you’ll only need about 1/2 cup.
Of course, you can always add more or less of the vodka to your taste, but be careful! This punch is dangerously easy to sip.
How to Make Moscato Punch
- Start off by grabbing a cutting board, a chef’s knife, and a 2.5-quart pitcher.
- Next, you’ll prep the fruit. Cut the peaches in half and remove the pit. Then, cut the peach halves into thin slices and place them into your pitcher.
- After that, pour the moscato wine, lemon-lime soda, peach nectar, and vodka into the pitcher. Grab a wooden spoon and give everything a quick stir.
- Then add the raspberries in and give one more stir. Adding the raspberries is last helps keep them from breaking down while you build the punch.
- And that’s it! Chill your punch in the fridge until you’re ready to serve.
You can pour this punch over ice or skip the ice. Just be sure to get some fruit into your glass.
You can even freeze some peaches and raspberries, and then add those to your glasses to act as the ice cubes. Or even freeze your fruit before adding it to the pitcher if you need to serve your punch ASAP. The frozen fruit will help cool it down quickly.
Is Mocato a girl drink?
No! Just because moscato wine is sweet, doesn’t make it a “girl drink.” Anyone can enjoy it!
Can you get drunk from moscato?
You sure can. It’s just like any other wine, but with an ABV of about 5 to 7% – about half the average ABV of most wines. So it may take a couple more glasses to get you there.
Can you mix wine and juice?
Of course! Sangria is based on fruit and wine together. Most wine punches or spin-off sangrias have fruit added to the wine and spirit. You can even add soda as I did in this moscato punch with Sprite.
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Raspberry Peach Moscato Punch
- 5 yellow peaches halved and pitted
- 2 cups fresh raspberries
- 750 mL Moscato wine (1 bottle)
- 2 cups lemon-lime soda
- 12 ounces peach nectar
- 1 cup peach vodka (see note)
- Cut the peach halves into thin slices. Place the peach slices in the bottom of a 2.5-quart pitcher, and then top with the raspberries.
- Pour in the Moscato, soda, peach nectar, and vodka and give the punch a stir.
- Fill a wine glass or rocks glass with ice and fill with the punch, being sure to get some of the fruit into the glass as well.
- For the lemon-lime soda, add 1 cup to the pitcher with the other liquid ingredients. If there is still room, add more soda. If not, you can float a little soda on top of each glass ounce you pour the punch.
- If peaches & raspberries are not in season, you can substitute a package of frozen fruit instead.
- If you use a 40 proof vodka (like Alize Peach) use 1 cup. If you go with an 80 proof vodka, reduce to 1/2 cup. You can add more if you like, but taste test first.
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.
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