There is nothing better than coming home after work and preparing yourself a nice and fresh Prosecco cocktail to kickstart the evening. This is the list of my favorite Prosecco cocktail recipes.
Why do I love Prosecco cocktails?
I have to admit that Prosecco-based cocktails are my favorite. Prosecco generally has a lighter and fruitier taste making it much smoother to drink, unlike some champagnes and sparkling wine. It is also very versatile in terms of what it mixes well with and is an excellent drink to have during a hot day or alongside dinner.
What kind of drink is Prosecco? //
Prosecco is a sparkling white wine from Italy. It is more fruity and has a sweeter taste than champagne, its fancy French counterpart. It is often compared to Spanish Cava which is less sweet and more citrusy.
What mixes well with Prosecco? //
Prosecco tastes great just on its own, but it is a fantastic base for cocktails. Since it has a fruity and sweet taste, it blends well with fruit juices like orange (or any other citrus fruit), cranberry or apple juice.
Are you supposed to refrigerate Prosecco?
Yes, Prosecco is indeed best served chilled, around 40℉ or 45℉. You can store an opened bottle of Prosecco in the fridge for up to 5 days. Just make sure to close it properly with a wine stopper to ensure it stays fizzy.
My 12 favorite Prosecco cocktails //
Prosecco Sorbet Cocktails – Think of this as an adult slushee. Scoops of your lemon and blood orange sorbet topped with Processo. Use any flavor you like to make it your own.
Prosecco with Orange and Cranberry – Perfect to sip on Christmas morning or for your New Year’s Eve party.
Cherry Thyme Prosecco Cocktails – make the cherry thyme syrup ahead of time and add a tablespoon or two in the bottom of a glass of champagne. Garnish with cherries and lemon.
Rhubarb Fizz Cocktail – Homemade rhubarb syrup with gin, Prosecco, and lemon. Sparkling and refreshing.
I also thought I would share some of my other favorite Prosecco cocktail recipes. I have stumbled upon them over the years and I can guarantee they are constantly being made in my kitchen. These are perfect for warm evenings out on your deck or sipping while lounging in front of your television.
Strawberry and Prosecco Rossini – A strawberry Prosecco cocktail is the ideal beverage to serve for any gathering, from the classiest to the most casual.
Sparkling Ginger Prosecco Cocktail – This simple cocktail is ideal for a brunch, the holidays, or any other special event! It boasts a taste of sparkling ginger and only four basic components.
Blackberry Lime Prosecco Cocktail – This berry-lime drink, created with Prosecco, a type of sparkling wine comparable to champagne, is best described as refreshing.
Watermelon Lemonade Spritzer – The ideal summer beverage is a delicious, bubbly mix. Including Prosecco, watermelon puree, freshly squeezed lemon juice, and lemon liqueur
Mango Mimosa Drink – This recipe for a mimosa is not your typical mimosa; it has a sweet mango flavor to give it a more tropical vibe.
Ginger Pomegranate Prosecco Cocktail – You can prepare this delicious drink at home with just a few simple ingredients: sugar, ginger slices, ice, sake (you can also use soju or gin/vodka in a pinch), pomegranate juice, and Prosecco.
Finally, this list would be incomplete without the next two cocktails. If you aren’t feeling too adventurous with your choice of drink and want to go for one of the classic Prosecco cocktails you can either go for an Aperol Spritz or Belini.
11. Aperol Spritz
Aperol Spritz – One of my all-time favorite summertime drinks is an aperol spritz, and since it’s so simple to make at home, it’s also one of my favourites.
Bellini – The Bellini is a simple combination of white peach puree and Prosecco and a delicious refreshing summer drink.