Strawberry Wine Punch is one of the easiest and tastiest cocktails I’ve ever made. With just three ingredients, this drink is going to be one you make all summer long!
Even though I do love this recipe, you might want to also take a look at another top contender for Favorite Cocktail, my Cotton Candy Margarita.
Strawberry Wine Punch
Remember that song Strawberry Wine from the 90’s? I’m going to warn you, it will totally be stuck in your head the whole time you make this!
I can’t possibly stir this, pour it, or drink it without the lines “Strawberry Wine… seventeen….” running through my brain over and over.
Here is What You’ll Need
Because I like to keep recipes simple around here, you only need 3 things to make this.
- Wine. I used a Moscato because it’s my favorite and it’s sweet. You can use whatever kind of white wine you’d like. Keep in mind, this is already going to be sweet from the juice and the Sprite so you don’t necessarily need a sweet wine.
- Sprite. If you want to cut some calories you could use Sprite Zero.
- Frozen Juice can. Mixed berry or if by chance you found just a strawberry flavor that would work well, too.
How To Make Strawberry Wine Punch
Guys, this is so easy! Total time invested into this (besides a run to the liquor store) is about 60 seconds.
- Thaw. Set your juice out for about 20-30 minutes so it isn’t totally frozen but not liquid.
- Mix. Stir the juice with the wine, and add the soda in last.
- Drink. Add some ice (optional!) and enjoy!
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Strawberry Wine Punch
- 1 can Frozen Juice
- 1 bottle White Wine
- 30 oz Sprite this is about half of the small 1.75 liter bottles
- Thaw the juice for about 20-30 minutes so that it is slushie-like and not liquid.
- In a medium-large sized pitcher, use a whisk to stir the frozen juice.
- Stir in the wine.
- Last, pour in the Sprite and give one last stir.
- Serve over ice or plain.
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