Pour the Aperol into the glass first, and it should fill about one-third of the glass.
Next, pour an equal amount of Prosecco.
Top the drink with some soda water and garnish it with the orange slice.
The Prosecco Bellini has been a favorite in Venice and worldwide since its inception at Harry's Bar. This cocktail is made up of simply two ingredients: peach puree and Prosecco. Because of its simplicity, many different versions have sprouted, either adding or replacing the peach with other fruits.
Prosecco is an excellent substitute for gin in the classic Negroni cocktail. The drink will be lighter, and the Prosecco will soften its bitterness, making it an ideal pre-dinner beverage choice for those who find that regular Negronis are too strong or bitter tasting.
The Sgroppino is a popular drink in the Venetian region of Italy that serves as an excellent after-meal beverage. It is usually made to cleanse the palate after consuming meat or fish dishes. However, it can also be enjoyed on special occasions like holidaysand lunches!
Add the vodka and Prosecco. Blend until it's smooth.
Pour the mixture into the chilled flutes.
Hugo is a light, refreshing cocktail that is perfect for summer days. It originates from the South Tyrolean region of Alto Adige in Northern Italy but has become popular throughout neighboring Austria and Switzerland due to its refreshing qualities on hot days.
Pour the Elderflower cordial in, followed by the Prosecco.
Top it with tonic water.
Garnish with the lime and mint sprig.
6. Pornstar Martini
The infamous name of this delicious passion fruit-flavored martini is likely the reason it has a strong following. Whatever you call it, its combination of sweet and tart flavors served with a shot glass full of Prosecco on the side makes for both an appetizing cocktail and stunning photo-op!
French 77 is a play on the famous French 75 cocktail. It features elderflower liqueur which is so delicious with its sweet, fruity, and mild floral flavor. It pairs well when mixed in a cocktail drink like this recipe that includes gin for a bit of bitterness.
Coarse salt, lime juice, and lime slices for garnish
Steps to Make
Get two small plates where you can separately put the coarse salt and the lemon juice.
Get a glass and moisten its rim by dipping it in lemon juice.
Next, dip the rim in the coarse salt until the edges are evenly coated.
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice cubes.
Pour the triple sec, tequila, and lime juice. Shake vigorously until it's chilled.
Pour it into the prepared glass and top with the Prosecco.
Garnish with lime slices.
A classic brunch cocktail, the Prosecco Mimosa is incredibly easy to make at home. It can easily be adapted to create different mimosa flavors. This drink would serve one person well but could also be doubled or tripled when entertaining a crowd of people.
For a festive and refreshing twist on the classic Kir Royale, try this cocktail. It's made by combining chilled prosecco with cranberry syrup to give it some tartness that pairs well with bubbly drinks.
Pour a small amount of the Maraschino liqueur and let it sit there for a while.
Fill the glass with the rest of the Maraschino Liqueur and the Disaronno Amaretto.
Top it up with Prosecco until the glass is full.
16. Hibiscus Prosecco
Hibiscus flowers are a stunning addition to this cocktail that will make your guests swoon. The bright pink color and subtle floral taste give the drink an elegant edge, perfect for springtime gatherings with friends.
Get a cocktail shaker and pour in the ginger cordial, orange juice, and lemon juice together with a couple of ice cubes.
Shake the cocktail shaker until the drink is chilled.
Get 4 champagne flutes and place a hibiscus flower in each.
Pour the mixture into the champagne flutes equally.
Top up the flutes with Prosecco and finish it off with a teaspoon of hibiscus syrup.
17. Italian Sparkler
Shaking up this festive cocktail for your next holiday party or birthday celebration is easy, as the amaro and gin like to play nicely with lemon juice in a shaker. Top it off with Prosecco before serving, and you're ready to toast!
Give your Prosecco some more Italian flair with this Disaronno cocktail. With an amaretto and blackberry twist, you'll be able to enjoy a new kind of drink that will give distinct and delicious flavors.
There's nothing more festive than a Christmas party, and there’s no better drink to start it off than this Prosecco royale mixed sloe gin. It has just enough sweetness but also has that sharpness in the back of your throat that makes you crave another sip.
Place the rosemary sprig on your palm and clap your other palm over it, then drop the rosemary onto the glass.
Slowly pour over the sloe gin and cherry brandy.
23. Lemon Raspberry Sorbet Prosecco Float
Store-bought sorbet has a light and refreshing flavor, making it the perfect base for many summer desserts. Try adding some prosecco to your next batch of sorbet to create an innovative take on classic Italian gelato that you can enjoy any time of day!
To give your classic mimosa a little twist, swap out regular orange juice for blood oranges. A touch of liqueur will also provide an added "kick." Be careful not to add too much, or the flavor could have an imbalance, and you'll only taste Grand Marnier instead!
Get a champagne flute and fill it with Pomegranate syrup.
Top up with Prosecco.
Garnish with rosemary sprigs
29. St. Germain
While St. Germain, vodka, gin, and prosecco are all delicious on their own, in this drink, they blend to create something truly remarkable. The sweet floral flavor of elderflower liqueur is complemented by a burst of citrus flavors from the lemon juice while maintaining its sweetness.
Combine the pineapple and orange juices in a pitcher.
Get champagne flutes and fill them with the juice mixture. They should be at least half full.
Top with Prosecco.
Garnish with pineapple wedges.
Prosecco is already a fantastic drink, but like many alcoholic beverages, you can amp it up by making a new delicious cocktail out of it. What’s your favorite Prosecco cocktail? Let us know in the comments!