Recipe: Sparkling Sangria

I must be the only person who does not usually enjoy traditional sangria. It is always either too sweet, or too alcoholic tasting, and I don't enjoy apples or orange rinds in my drink! Try this light sparkling version--it is great for summer.

-2 peaches or nectarines
-prosecco or sparkling wine

Remove skin from peaches or nectarines and cut into cubes. Place in bowl or container and cover with Contreau. Soak for several hours.

When you are ready to make drinks, take white wine glasses and fill with several spoonfulls of soaked peaches or nectarines, several blueberries and several raspberries. Fill to top with prosecco or sparkling wine.