South Carolina Sweet Peach Spritzer

Did you know that South Carolina produces more peaches than any other state in the South? This delectable fruit is a sweet staple in our summertime diet and this sweet southern peach cocktail will delight any guest on your porch! 


Glass-filled with crushed ice

1 fluid ounce Peach Vodka

1 fluid ounce White Wine (Savignaugn Blanc or Pinot Grigio)

1 fluid ounce club soda or sprite

Optional Garnish: Sliced South Carolina Peaches

Optional Garnish: Fresh Basil Sprigs

Optional Garnish: Frozen Cherries (you can use instead of or with ice cubes!)

Optional Garnish: Frozen Blueberries


Add all of the liquids to the glass filled with crushed ice.

Stir gently to combine.

Garnish with a peach slice and/or fresh fruit & basil as desired.

Now…sit back and enjoy the sweet taste of Summertime y’all!!!




Photography & Recipe by PickleJuice & Lowcountry Cocktails


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