"Simple and light. Wine and champagne punch. I never have any leftover." — LINDA PAGE
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2 (750 milliliter) bottles
1 (750 milliliter) bottle
sweet red wine
1 (2 liter) bottle
ginger ale, chilled
Delightful! Reception guests (250)'inhaled' 8 gallons in one hour!!!
I wasted wine and champagne to make this. I was really excited and eager to make this recipe because it sounded so good. But I was extremely dissappointed when I sampled some. Try a different recipe!!!!
I served this wonderful concoction for a bridal shower of 15 women. Everyone was wild about it and I had to make another punch bowl full. A real hit!
made this punch for a dinner party and it was a hit! even though I had to replace half the sorbet with a bag of frozen raspberries, because the store had run out. I made several pitchers. When it was gone everyone was begging for more.
I personally didn't care for this (way too sweet for my taste) but I made this for a group of folks at Christmas and they all RAVED about it. Two of the girls went home with the recipe and made it for parties they were having over the holidays. They are STILL talking about how good it is.
I initially liked this a lot better with Sprite instead of ginger ale, but have since discovered that the soda and the sherbert aren't necessary ingredients at all. Use about 2/3 sweet red wine with 1/3 spumante champagne to make a wonderful punch by itself.
This punch was fantastic! Everyone loved it. It made me a little tipsy though! I only used 1 bottle of Asti Spumante because that's all my punch bowl could hold after I added everything else. Would highly recommend.
The ladies at the bridal shower LOVED this recipe.
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