Recently the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, the #1 resort on Northwest Florida’s Emerald Coast, invited Chris and I to experience an “at home wine in a box” to get a little festival at home.
Of course for me, wine translates to champagne (because that’s the kind of drinker I am) and must always accompany a side of Italian.
But first about Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. If you are lucky enough to be from this area, which I am, you already know all about them. On their 2400 acre property you can find yourself in the beauty of the Gulf with its sugar white sands. I grew up on Pensacola Beach just a hop, skip and a jump away from Sandestin and there is little to compare to the resort in your backyard. From gorgeous vacation homes to condos, Sandestin Golf and Beach resort has a rental just for your dreams!
Now back to our house!
While champagne is pretty much perfect on its own, I added a little cotton candy in mine (when the kids were not looking!) to take away some of the bite and make it super sweet.
I even made you a little gif so you get the whole feeling….
8 thoughts on “Cotton Candy Champagne : Mom’s Night In”
I hate cotton candy but LOVE champagne. I like sweet wine’s etc. so I may like this.
I never can stand the expensive stuff. I guess I have cheap tastes…I like the sweet white wines, also. I haven’t found a red wine I like yet.
This is so creative, I love it!
I like sweet white wines. They would be great to mix with cotton candy – I so need to try that.
I have a total sweet tooth. The sweeter the wine, the better. Late harvest Muscat or Ice Wine. Moscato is always a win for me!
Doing this for our next girls night. Looks so good!
I bet that tastes delicious!
I love so many different wines. I guess it just depends on my mood. Most of them at reds and I love going to the local wineries to try them all. Mascato with the cotton candy is so good!
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