Are you looking for some new drink recipes? Or maybe you want to impress your friends at dinner parties or family gatherings? Then you are in the right place for the perfect prosecco cocktails.
Prosecco is a sparkling wine from Italy. Its popularity has grown over the years, especially since its introduction in the US.
The drink is often served chilled and mixed with fruit juices, liqueurs, and other ingredients – and we have put together everything you need to know for some delicious and easy prosecco cocktails – happy mixing!
The perfect accompaniment to any celebration, this pomegranate and peach punch is a delicious and refreshing twist on traditional champagne; and is super easy to put together, even if you are totally new to bartending!
- Orange juice
- Pomegranate juice
- Your favorite orange-flavored liqueur, such as Grand Marnier
- Your choice of champagne, prosecco, or another sparkling wine
- Orange slices
- Pomegranate seeds
- Fresh mint leaves
- Make the ice cubes by placing 1-2 mint leaves into the spaces on an ice cube tray, and add ¼ to a ⅓ of a cup of pomegranate seeds. Fill with water and freeze until solid.
- Mix the orange juice, pomegranate juice, and liquor into a large punchbowl, and add the ice cubes. Add the champagne and stir, and then add the remaining pomegranate seeds and slices of orange.
- Serve, and add mint leaves as desired
The perfect choice for hot summer days, this cocktail has the added bonus of being super easy to make, and is guaranteed to cool you down, no matter the occasion!
- 2 oranges
- 2 lemons
- 3 ounces prosecco
- 1 ounce Aperol
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 8 to 10 ounces of ice
- Start by halving the lemons and oranges, and cut half of an orange into slices ready to serve.
- Stir Aperol, lemon juice, prosecco, and the remaining orange juice into a large bowl.
- Add the sugar to 1 cup of water in a small pot, and bring to a simmer over a medium heat. Cook until the syrup is translucent in appearance – this is usually around 3 minutes. Then, remove from the heat and set aside to cool.
- Add the prosecco and Aperol mixture to a food processor, and then add ice and 1 ounce of syrup. Blend until the ice is slushy, and then pour and serve with orange slices.
For something cool, refreshing, and sweet on a hot day, look no further than this delicious raspberry limoncello prosecco.
- 3 cups chilled prosecco
- 1 cup chilled limoncello liqueur
- 1 cup frozen raspberries
- 6 sprigs fresh mint
- Whisk limoncello and prosecco in a large pitcher
- Serve over ice and raspberries, and garnish with mint
Enjoy a twist on a classic mojito with this delicious prosecco variation!
- 3 limes (2 1/2 squeezed and the other half for decoration.)
- 2 handfuls of ice
- 4 dessert spoons of caster sugar
- 50ml Bacardi or white rum
- 1 mini bottle of Prosecco
- Fresh mint
- Add the squeezed limes, sugar, ice, and rum into a blender, and pulse until the ice is crushed.
- Wet the tops of the glasses with the lime rind, and roll in sugar
- Pour the rum mixture, and garnish with mint
- Top the glass with Prosecco to finish
The ideal addition to a warm, summer day, this is a super simple recipe that is easy to conjure up.
- 1 shot limoncello
- 2 shots of sparkling lemon soda
- 100ml Prosecco
- 1-2 ice cubes
- 1 sprig mint for garnish
- 1-2 slices of lemon for garnish
- Add limoncello to a glass, and top with two shots of lemon soda.
- Top with Prosecco
- Add ice cubes and garnishes, and serve
For something a little spicier, check out this mouthwatering lemon ginger Prosecco cocktail!
- 1 tbsps lemon juice
- 2 tbsp ginger syrup
- 1 oz gin
- 6-8 ounces Prosecco
- Add ½ cup of ice to the shaker, and then add ginger syrup, lemon juice, and gin.
- Shake vigorously
- Divide the mixture between two glasses, and top with Prosecco
Looking for the perfect cocktail to cozy up beside the fire with~? Then you are in the perfect place!
- Bourbon Apple Cider Fizz
- 2 oz bourbon
- 2 oz apple cider syrup
- 1/2 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 4 oz sparkling wine or sparkling apple cider
- cranberries for garnish
- Apple Cider Syrup
- 4 cups good quality apple cider
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 2 cinnamon sticks
- 1 vanilla bean split in half
- Create apple cider syrup by adding vanilla, cinnamon sticks, and apple cider to a medium saucepan, and cook over a low heat. Simmer for 20-30 minutes and then remove from the heat.
- Add the brown sugar, and cool to room temperature – this can then be stored for a week at room temperature, and a month in the fridge.
- Add bourbon, apple cider syrup, lemon juice, and ice in a shaker, and shake for 10 seconds.
- Strain into a glass with ice and top with Prosecco.
- Garnish with cranberries to serve.
When you think of two things that are unexpected together, Prosecco and plums may be a combination – but this can actually form the basis of an incredible cocktail!
- 2 plums
- 6 thyme sprigs
- Lemon juice
- 4 Tbsp. Thyme Simple Syrup
- 1 Bottle Prosecco
- Make the Thyme simple syrup by blending half a cup of water and half a cup of sugar in a pan, and bringing this to a boil. Remove from the heat and add the thyme sprigs, stir and allow to cool.
- Peel and chop the plums
- Add the plums, thyme syrup, and lemon juice to a shaker, and muddle to release the juices.
- Add this combination to a shaker, and add ice. Shake well.
- Add to crushed ice, and top with prosecco.
It is always time for margaritas – and what could be better than adding a touch of fizz!
- 3 oz blanco tequila
- 3 oz orange-flavored liqueur
- 4 oz simple syrup
- 8 oz lime juice
- 1 bottle chilled Prosecco – preferably on the sweeter side
- Salt to rim glasses
- Fresh lime wedges for garnish
- Make the margaritas by adding the liqueur, tequila, and lime juice to a jar with a lid, and place in the fridge to chill.
- Run the edge of a lime wedge around the rim of the glasses, and dip the rims into salt.
- Add ice to the glasses, stir the margarita mix and add to the glasses. Top each glass with prosecco, and garnish with lime.
For something super simple with a bit of a twist, check out this stunning St Germain cocktail.
- 1 1/2 ounces dry gin
- 1 ounce St. Germain liqueur
- 3/4 ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 3 ounces prosecco
- Lemon twist or peel
- Add St Germain, lemon juice, vodka, and gin to a cocktail shaker, and fill with ice. Shake vigorously for around 20 seconds.
- Strain into a glass, and top with prosecco. Garnish with a lemon twist.
Bring that vacation vibe to any situation with this delicious twist on a classic sangria.
- 1 bottle of Riesling can sub Pinot Grigio
- 1 red delicious apple, julienne
- 1 granny smith apple, julienne
- ½ (750ml) bottle of prosecco
- Add the Riesling and apples to a large pitcher and stir well. Allow to sit for a minimum of 2 hours.
- Add the prosecco to the pitcher and stir well.
- Serve and enjoy!
12. Cranberry Mimosa
Enjoy a tangy twist on the traditional Prosecco taste with this amazing concoction.
- 1 ½ oz cranberry juice
- 1 oz orange liqueur
- 4 oz Prosecco
- Fresh cranberries for garnish optional
- Orange peel for garnish optional
- Add the orange liqueur and the cranberry juice to a champagne glass, and top with prosecco.
- Garnish with fresh cranberries and orange rind, and serve.
Indulge your inner Downton with this classy, sophisticated choice.
- 2 oz of rosemary syrup
- 3 oz cardamom-infused gin
- 1/2 cup of grapefruit juice
- A splash of chilled prosecco
- Sprigs of rosemary
- Grapefruit peel, for garnish
- 1 cup of gin
- 6 cardamom pods
- 1 cup of sugar
- 1 cup of water
- 2 rosemary sprigs
- Add gin and cardamom pods to a small, airtight jar, and store for 24 hours.
- Make the rosemary simple syrup by combining water, sugar, and 2 sprigs of rosemary in a pan and bring this to a simmer to dissolve the sugar. Remove from heat and allow to cool, removing the raspberry.
- Add the rosemary syrup, grapefruit juice and infused gin to a cocktail shaker, and pour over ice.
- Use a strainer to pour into glasses, and top with prosecco, rosemary, and grapefruit peel.
Looking for a sweet treat that is a little different? Then this is the perfect cocktail to add to your list.
- 1 cup Sugar
- 1/4 cup Lemon Juice
- 3/4 cup Water
- 1 Tbsp Dried Lavender
- Neon Purple Food Coloring, if desired
- Add the lemon juice, water, sugar, 2-3 drops of food coloring, and dried lavender to a saucepan, and simmer over a low-medium heat for around 15 minutes, whisking throughout the process.
- Remove the mixture from the heat, and cool for a minimum of 15 minutes.
- Pour this mixture through a mesh strainer so that the lavender is removed.
- Add this syrup to the bottom of your glasses, top with prosecco and garnish with lemon and lavender.
Indulge your sweet tooth and enjoy a glass of fizz with this innovative cocktail.
- 4 scoops lemon sorbet
- 4 scoops raspberry sorbet
- 1 standard sized, 750mL bottle prosecco
- Add the sorbet to a wine glass, top with prosecco, and serve.
16. Classic Bellini
Keep things classic and classy with this amazing bellini recipe.
- 4 medium ripe peaches, plus a few peach slices for garnish if desired
- 1 bottle Prosecco, chilled
- Create the peach puree by peeling and halving the peaches and removing the pits. Blend these in a blender until smooth, and place in the fridge for 30 minutes until cooled.
- Add ¼ cup of puree into a glass, and top up with chilled prosecco. Stir gently to combine.
- Garnish with a peach slice if desired.
Packed with delicious pomegranates, this is the perfect addition to the festive season.
- Crushed ice
- 1 tbsp pomegranate arils
- 2 oz pomegranate juice
- 1 tsp maple syrup
- 1 oz vodka
- 4 to 6 oz prosecco
- 1 tbsp pomegranate arils
- Sprig of rosemary for garnish
- Fill a glass with crushed ice, maple syrup, pomegranate juice, and vodka. Stir well, and top with prosecco. Serve with rosemary and arlis.
For a drink that looks as good as it tastes, look no further than these spectacular spritzers.
- 6 oz blanc vermouth, chilled
- 2 lemon wedges
- 4 strawberries thinly sliced
- Sew sprigs of thyme
- Crushed ice
- 4 oz Prosecco, chilled
- Divide the vermouth into 2 glasses, and add lemon juice, along with thyme and strawberries.
- Fill the glasses ⅓ of the way with crushed ice, and top with prosecco.
Sweet and clear, these are the perfect addition to any brunch date.
- 1 bottle dry prosecco
- 3 cups grapefruit juice, chilled
- Grapefruit slices, optional
- Fill each glass half full with grapefruit juice, and top with prosecco until full.
- Garnish with a small slice of grapefruit.
20. Sangria Verde
Another top twist on the classic sangria, this is a mouthwatering recipe designed to get you in the party mood.
- 1/4 cup organic blonde cane sugar
- 1/4 cup boiling water
- 3/4 cup green melon, cut into cubes
- 1/2 cup cucumber sliced thinly
- 1/2 cup green table grapes, cut into halves
- 1 lime, thinly sliced
- Juice of 1 lime
- 2 sprigs mint
- 2 sprigs basil
- 1 bottle Prosecco
- 1/2 cup white rum
- Sparkling water
- Add the boiling water and sugar in a small, heat-proof bowl.
- Add the cucumber, lime slices, melon, lime juice, mint, grapes, and basil to a large container, and add the rum, syrup, and Prosecco, stirring gently to combine these.
- Cover and chill for at least 30 minutes.
- Fill the glasses with ice, pour in the mixture, and add small fruity bits and fizzy water to serve.
For summer in a glass, there is no better option.
- 1 cup vodka
- 2 16.9 oz bottles of chilled lemon-lime soda
- 2 cups of watermelon-flavored drink
- 750 ml bottle Prosecco
- 2 tbsp fresh mint leaves
- 1 lemon
- Add the lemon-lime soda, watermelon, prosecco, and vodka to a pitcher.
- Top with sliced lemon and mint leaves and chill until ready to serve over glasses of ice.
Sometimes, there is nothing better than keeping it simple.
- 4 oz. prosecco
- 0.25oz Jean-Marc Roulot L’Abricot Liqueur
- Lemon twist
- A couple sprigs of mint
- Combine the mint and liqueur in a shaker, muddle slightly, and strain into a glass. Add the liqueur and top with prosecco, garnishing with a lemon twist.
Much more delicious than the name may suggest
- Juice of 1/2 a medium blood orange
- Juice of 1/2 a lime
- 1 oz vodka
- 8 mint leaves
- 2 oz chilled ginger beer
- Chilled prosecco for topping
- Add the orange juice, vodka, and lime juice to a glass. Add ginger beer, and top with Prosecco.
- Garnish with mint and blood orange slices and serve.
Enjoy a touch of the exotic for that ultimate vacation feeling with this delicious recipe.
- 1 fresh pineapple
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 2 cups strawberries
- 1 lemon sliced into thin rounds
- 1.5 cups lemonade
- 1.5 cups pineapple juice
- 1 750 ml bottle chilled prosecco,
- Mint sprigs to garnish
- Preheat the grill to a medium-high heat, and brush the pineapple slices with oil.
- Grill the pineapple for 3-4 minutes on each side, and remove and chop it into bite-sized pieces.
- Add the pineapple pieces to a pitcher with lemon slices, lemonade, Prosecco, and strawberries, and refrigerate overnight.
- Garnish with mint, and serve.
25. Kir Royale
Update a classic Champagne cocktail recipe with a dry Prosecco for a modern twist.
- ½ oz (1 tbsp) Chambord or crème de cassis
- 5 oz chilled champagne
- 1 fresh raspberry to garnish
- Add the Chambord to a glass, and then top up with Prosecco.
- Add a raspberry garnish and serve
Get firmly into the holiday spirit with this delicious festive-inspired Prosecco punch!
- 4 oz (1/2 cup) bourbon
- 1 cup pomegranate juice
- Zest of 1 orange
- 1/2 cup freshly squeezed orange juice
- 1 (750 ml) bottle Prosecco
- Arils from 1 pomegranate
- Add the bourbon, orange zest, pomegranate juice, or orange juice to a pitcher, and chill until you are ready to serve.
- Add ice to the pitcher, pout over Prosecco, and garnish with pomegranates.
27. Pink Gin
Pink gin is a popular beverage – and adding Prosecco only improves the experience!
- 50ml of your favorite pink gin
- Prosecco, to top up
- 3 raspberries, plus 1 extra to garnish
- 1 tbsp pink grapefruit juice
- 1 tsp sugar syrup (optional)
- Edible flower petals, to garnish
- Add the raspberries, gin, sugar syrup, and grapefruit juice to a cocktail shaker with ice.
- Shake well.
- Strain into a glass and top with Prosecco. Add a raspberry and edible flower petals to the top for a garnish.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Prosecco?
Prosecco is a sparkling white wine that originates from the north east of Italy.
Why Is Prosecco Cheaper Than Champagne?
The process of making and storing prosecco is cheaper than champagne, and this is reflected in lower prices.
Is Prosecco Sparkling Or Flat?
Though Prosecco can be flat, the most popular option is fizzing.