I whipped this up a couple of years ago for a party and time and time again, it never fails. Always delicious, quick and refreshing -a real crowd-pleaser! This would be great for outdoor parties when you need something cold and not too heavy or sweet; it could also be dressed up as a cocktail for a nice dinner party. I just love it….

Sparkling Raspberry Lemonade Punch

1 12-ounce can frozen raspberry lemonade concentrate, thawed
1 bottle white wine (I like Chardonnay)
1 liter ginger ale
fresh raspberries, lemons or limes for garnish

Stir all ingredients together in a large pitcher. Garnish each glass with fruit and serve.

*You could also add a little Chambord (raspberry liqueur) for a little extra raspberry flavor! Yum!



  1. This drink looks so refreshing! What would be a good, non-alcoholic substitute for the wine?


    amy Reply:

    Memoria- if you want, just leave out the wine and double the ginger ale. My high school boyfriend’s mother used to do that same thing, except she would also add raspberry sherbert. It makes a really frothy, sweet punch!



    Comment by Memoria — May 28, 2010 @ 4:22 PM

  2. I can see this drink in my future! And another non-alc suggestion would be a fruit juice like white grape juice instead of the wine!


    Comment by Jen — May 29, 2010 @ 11:04 AM

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  4. Amy, I made this punch for Memorial Day weekend! It was so delicious. Callie and Anna loved it. It was really refreshing and I got to finish the last cup the next day. It actually tasted better the longer it stayed in the refrig. I will use this one over and over, so easy and yummy!


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