How to Make Champagne-Infused Grapes

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Making champagne-infused grapes is a great thing to do to use them as a garnish. Make champagne-infused grapes with help from a writer, home cook, recipe developer, party planner, and hostess in San Francisco in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Katie Sweeney and I'm going to show you how to make champagne infused grapes. These grapes are delicious and you can use them as a garnish for dessert, float them in a glass of champagne, or put them on a cheese plate. Here's how it's done. I'm going to start by just pulling the grapes off of the stem. We need about a cup of grapes and these are just regular purple, red grapes, seedless that are in season right now. So, we've got a bottle of Prosecco here and we're going to cover our grapes with this fizzy, bubbly. Now, we're going to let it sit for four hours and the grapes are going to infused, be infused with all that delicious champagne. So, our grapes have been infused with the Prosecco for about four hours and now, it's time to try one. These little grapes are just absolutely delicious. They're filled with that yeasty goodness of champagne and they would be so wonderful floating in a punch or alongside cheese and cracker tray on cheese platter.


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