Champagne Sherbet Punch

Every good party deserves a signature beverage! This Champagne Sherbet Punch is the ideal choice for any occasion. With only 4 ingredients, this is an ideal cocktail this holiday season that takes minimal prep work but has amazing results! The creamy sherbet mixed with bubbly champagne creates the perfect party-punch. Garnish with raspberries, strawberries, or cranberries!

Champagne Sherbet Punch in flutes garnished with raspberries

This punch brings back the best memories for me. When we were stationed at Fort Bragg, my very first group of Army wife friends and I were inseparable. We called ourselves “The Posse” and spent just about every waking second together. It was a season of life where the kids were very young, and our husbands spent more nights in the field than at home. We made any excuse to turn an evening together into a party. The Posse Punch was born! I will show you below how to make this a “Petite Posse Punch” for the littles in your life!

What is the difference between sherbet and sorbet?

Sherbet could be described as a little bit ice cream and a little bit sorbet. This fruit flavored frozen dessert includes milk to make it creamy, but not enough to call it ice cream. According to law, sherbet may only contain less than 2% fat. Sorbet is typically brighter in color and is a dairy free treat. You can certainly use raspberry sorbet with this punch if you would like to make it a dairy free drink!

Can you make punch ahead of time?

Because this punch is so incredibly easy to throw together, we suggest that you combine all of the ingredients just before serving. This allows the punch to stay cold and the carbonation of the sparkling water and champagne to keep.

Ingredients for Champagne Sherbet Punch

Ingredients for our Champagne Sherbet Punch

  • 1/2 Gallon Raspberry Sherbet
  • 1 can frozen pink lemonade, thawed
  • 2 bottles champagne or sparkling wine
  • 1 liter raspberry (or strawberry) sparkling water

How to make our Champagne Sherbet Punch

First add sherbet to bottom of punchbowl or large pitcher.

Sherbet added to bottom of punch bowl

Next, pour liquid mixture of the pink lemonade concentrate over the sherbet.

Pink Lemonade concentrate in a punch bowl with raspberry sherbet

Add sparkling water slowly. This will cause the sherbet to foam, you can stir this to help lessen the bubbles!

Pouring sparkling wine into punch bowl for Champagne Sherbet Punch

Lastly, pour champagne or sparkling wine and stir. Serve in champagne glasses and garnish with fresh raspberries or strawberries.

Adding Champagne to punch bowl

How to make this punch for the littles

This is such a fun, special treat for the kids who like to keep things festive too! Simply replace the bottle of champagne with a 2 Liter bottle Sprite or your favorite lemon lime soda!

Ingredients for Petite Posse Punch

Top with sprinkles and a fun straw (this also helps to tell the difference between this and the grown up version!) and let them enjoy this tasty treat!

Petite Posse Punch in glasses with straws and sprinkles

I hope this punch can help be a part of creating special memories for you just as it did for me! Whether you are sharing it with your hubby or your favorite girlfriends, the color makes it a perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day!

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Yield: 10-12 servings

Champagne Sherbet Punch

Champagne Sherbet Punch
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 2 bottles champagne or sparkling wine
  • 1 tub raspberry sherbet
  • 1 can frozen pink lemonade
  • 1 liter raspberry (or strawberry) sparkling water


    1. Combine all ingredients in punchbowl and serve!
    2. Serve immediately in champagne glasses and garnish with fresh strawberries or raspberries

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 139Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 17mgCarbohydrates: 10gFiber: 0gSugar: 6gProtein: 0g

(Nutritional information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.)

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