The Italian tradition of peaches in wine, a delicious summer drink

Aug 21, 2021 750

BY: Paolo Melissi

It is a tradition very popular all around the country, that which sees Italians – mainly in the summer – eating peaches in wine, usually red wine, after having been left to rest for a while in the fridge both to cool off and so that all the flavors can mix perfectly.

Probably the tradition has its origins in the South of Italy where it may have started during the Spanish domination. On the other hand, we know very well that Spain is famous for the sangria, the recipe of which essentially sees fruit and wine combined.

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