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4 Secrets To Removing Semi-Sweet Sparkling Red Wine Stains

4 Secrets To Removing Semi-Sweet Sparkling Red Wine Stains

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Any wine lover knows that spilling semi-sweet sparkling red wine is almost like a heart attack. The moment you tip the glass or bottle and see it falling over, the moment you have to accept that it’s too late for you to save, it’s quite a heartbreaker. For semi-sweet sparkling red wine lovers, it’s as bad as anything can get. Now, not only do you no longer have any red wine to drink, but now you are tasked with figuring out how to remove those red wine stains! Thankfully, we’ve got some tips that will help with the pains of semi-sweet sparkling red wine stains.


Using salt to remove semi-sweet sparkling red wine stains is especially good on carpets and rugs. First, blot out as much wine from the stain area as possible using a paper towel. Then, pour salt over the stain, completely covering it. The salt will begin soaking up some of the stain. Then, vacuum to clean up the salt!

Vinegar and Laundry Detergent

This method is great with clothes. Pour vinegar (white vinegar, of course) over the sweet red wine stain and then rub in liquid detergent. Wash the clothes in hot water.



This method also is great with clothes (white clothes only). Soak the red wine stain in bleach for 10 minutes then wash the clothes in hot water.

Boiling Water

When semi-sweet sparkling red wine spills on your table cloth, pour boiling water over it from a height of at least a foot. The stain will wash out.

Hopefully you’ll find success in these different methods of getting your favorite semi-sweet sparkling red wines out of your clothes and household fabrics. But, hopefully you won’t even spill that favorite red wine of Stella Rosa of yours – that would be such a waste, huh!

Learn about the semi-sweet sparkling red wines of Stella Rosa by going to These wines can be purchased at your local retailers or from San Antonio Winery in-store and online.


Images: @scent_of_wine

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