We think our prosecco is delicious on its own, but is also fantastic in cocktails. You can experiment with different flavours and colours to make some delicious drinks. Here are a few recipes to get you started, let us know what your favourite:
Add 1 part peach juice to 3 parts Prosecco
Equal parts Prosecco to orange juice, pour the Prosecco first.
RASPBERRY PROSECCO BELLINI
One part Raspberry liqueur into a Champagne flute and add four parts Prosecco.
Add some Chambord and top up with chilled Prosecco.
ELDERFLOWER PROSECCO COCKTAIL
Fill a glass with crushed ice, add gin and elderflower cordial to 1/3 then fill rest with Prosecco.
Place a Kirsch-soaked cherry and one tablespoon of Kirsch in the bottom of a Champagne flute. Top up with one part Amaretto Disaronno and three parts Prosecco.
A splash of sloe gin and a blackberry or two, topped up with Prosecco.
(Thanks to glassofbubbly.com)
THE APEROL SPRITZ
The Aperol Spritz is one of the most popular aperitifs in Italy, and for good reason. Low in alcohol, aromatic with citrus and slightly bitter, Aperol pairs seamlessly with chilled Prosecco to whet the appetite. Meeting friends for an after work Spritz is a long-established Italian tradition—and one that’s easily replicated anywhere.
INGREDIENTS IN THE APEROL SPRITZ COCKTAIL
4 1⁄2 oz Brut prosecco
2 1⁄2 oz Aperol
1 Lime wheel
1 oz Club soda
HOW TO MAKE THE APEROL SPRITZ
Pour the prosecco into a Collins glass filled with ice, add the Aperol and lime wheel, and top with club soda. In the Aperol Spritz the fizzy soda and prosecco balance the spirit’s bitterness.