Champagne Punch I


"Simple and light. Wine and champagne punch. I never have any leftover."


15 m servings
Serving size has been adjusted!

Original recipe yields 26 servings


On Sale

What's on sale near you.


  • Prep

  • Ready In

  1. Place frozen sherbet in center of a large punch bowl and add champagne and sweet red wine. Stir gently (sherbet will keep ingredients cold and slowly dissolve.) Pour in ginger ale and serve.
  • profile image

Your rating



  1. 26 Ratings


Delightful! Reception guests (250)'inhaled' 8 gallons in one hour!!!

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 i...

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...

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 ...

I made this for a baby shower. It was the only thing people drank! I sent everyone home with bottles of soda and wine. Not a drop of the punch was left! The best part was when we caught the ...

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....

The ladies at the bridal shower LOVED this recipe.

This punch was a hit! I accidently put in strawberry sorbet, but the bits of berry were wonderful. You've gotta try it! I'll make it again. Thank you!