Endless Poptails: White Sangria Poptail


While many of us are basting in our own sweat, retailers are already pushing us into fall. Uh, no. We refuse to go there. Fall means holiday time and we just aren’t ready for the madness that ensues.

Let’s stay focused here: Summer. Vacations. Poptails. That’s where it’s at.

Join us with our bit of summer persuasion with these white sangria poptails. We kept things light by going white instead of red and used a Pinot Grigio for the main body.  Toss in a few nectarines and grapes with some Triple sec and summer playtime is where it should be.

White Sangria Poptail

  • 12 oz. white nectarine (approximately 2 large nectarines), pitted and skinned
  • 6 oz. grapes ( approximately 1 cup), stemmed
  • 12 oz. Pinot Grigio
  • 4 oz. triple sec


1. Place nectarines and grapes in a food processor or blender and process or blend until pureed, about 1-2 minutes. Add remaining ingredients and process or blend until fully combined.

2. Pour mixture into popsicle forms and freeze for about 2 hours or until mixture starts to solidify enough to hold a popsicle stick upright. Insert popsicle sticks and finish freezing popsicles overnight.

3. To release popsicles run hot water on the outside of popsicle molds for a 2-3 seconds

You may also like


  • Kelly August 15, 2011  

    What a great idea for a popsicle! These flavors look amazing and I must say, I really love your blog! New follower! xoxo

  • Carolyn Jung August 15, 2011  

    Oooh, sangria on a stick! Now, we’re talkin’! 😉

  • Russell at Chasing Delicious August 16, 2011  

    Wow. These look incredible! And the flavors all sound wonderful. Great shot too!

  • Lisa June 3, 2012  

    Where are the recipes for the rest of them, I click on the links but brings me back to the White Sangria Poptails

  • Samantha Thomas July 16, 2014  

    This is right up my alley!

Leave a comment