Liqueurs and fresh fruit topped with Italian sparkling wine create refreshing, Fruity Prosecco cocktails that complement lighter fare.

Fruity Prosecco Sparklers

Prosecco (glera) is a white wine grape grown in the Veneto region of Italy. It’s used to make sparkling wines that are light-bodied, crisp and off-dry.

These wines mix nicely with liqueurs and fruit to create refreshing, sparkling cocktails that complement lighter fare. Serve one or more of these inspired flavor combinations the next time you entertain for brunch or lunch.

Prosecco Cocktail Flavor Combinations

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Fruity Prosecco Sparklers

Fruity Prosecco Sparklers

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Liqueurs and fresh fruit topped with Italian sparkling wine create refreshing, Fruity Prosecco cocktails that complement lighter fare.

Ingredients

  • 3/4 ounce liqueur
  • 2 tablespoons whole or chopped fruit
  • 5 ounces Prosecco, or other sparkling wine, well chilled

Instructions

  • Measure the liqueur into the bottom of a champagne flute, add the fruit and top with sparkling wine.

Tips for Making This Recipe

Suggested Flavor Combos:

  • Fresh raspberries and limoncello
  • Fresh strawberries and triple sec
  • Fresh peaches and elderflower liqueur
  • Fresh blueberries and ginger liqueur
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