Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Another champagne punch perfect for showers. This one uses champagne and wine. I have made it for 3 showers now and people tell me it is the best one they have ever had. Really pretty with strawberries or raspberries floating in it- use frozen ones and it helps keep it cold.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all in a large punch bowl or if you don't have one, combine it all in a large clean pot and serve it in pitchers.
  2. Add the frozen fruit just before serving. The mint can be left in the punch bowl or removed just before serving but it adds a wonderful flavor so don't leave it out.
Most Helpful

I made this for a bridal shower last night and everyone loved it. It is very refreshing and not overpowering sweet. Many asked for the recipe so here I am printing it for everyone! :)

LeylahNIE May 02, 2010

This was a cinch to make, beautiful to display and delicious!! I made 2 batches for a shower with about 40-50 guests and ran out after 2 hours - should have made a 3rd batch. I recommend adding the wine and the mint, both added nice flavor! I also made ginger ale ice cubes to keep the punch cool but not water it down; worked well!

KJG in OH March 23, 2009

What a great punch! So pretty and refreshing. Love the idea of using frozen strawberries to keep it cold.

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