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13 Refreshing & Easy Prosecco Cocktails

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Check out 13 Refreshing & Easy Prosecco Cocktails to make any meal a delicious hit. 
Check out 13 Refreshing & Easy Prosecco Cocktails to make any meal a delicious hit. 

Refreshing & Easy Prosecco Cocktails

Prosecco is Italy’s version of Champagne. It is generally made by refermenting the wine in steel tanks, a method known as the Charmat Method (also called the Italian method). Prosecco can be made in four different levels of sweetness, Brut, Extra dry, Dry or Demi-Sec, with Brut being the driest and Demi-Sec the sweetest. Prosecco Superiore has three levels of sweetness, Brut, Extra Dry and Dry, the driest being the Brut version.

Prosecco has a light and fruity taste, making it very easy to drink. Unlike Champagne and some other sparkling wines, Prosecco is made using a less expensive method which in turn makes it a more affordable option. It also  makes it less complex, but with a refreshing simplicity. Many people even find it easier to drink because of the method used. It doesn’t have that strong harsh taste many people find with Champagne.

The  best thing about Prosecco and many other sparkling wines, is it’s versatility.  It’s great as an apéritif, mixed into a bellini, a fruit punch or paired with a variety of dishes – Prosecco can always fit the occasion. So that’s why I’ve put together a fun list of prosecco cocktails that would be perfect for ANY occasion.

So this summer while you’re sitting around enjoying a delicious BBQ or dinner outside make sure and include one of these delicious recipes to keep the party going.

Delicious Prosecco Cocktails

Golden Statue Prosecco Cocktail by Kudos Kitchen
Pineapple Mimosa by Blackberry Babe
Cranberry Prosecco Punch by Sugar, Spice and Glitter
Raspberry Sorbet Bellini by Olivia’s Cuisine
Berry Smash Prosecco by Unexpected Elegance
Apple Cider Sangria by Pizzazzerie

 


Bubbling Hibiscus Cocktails by Atta Girl Says
Spiced Rhubarb and Orange Prosecco Cocktails by Fuss Free Flavors
Bellinis by Lydi Out Loud
Pomegranate Prosecco Punch by A Bubbly Life
Appletiser Prosecco Cocktails by Maison Cupcake
Berry Prosecco Sorbet by Mad in Crafts
Limoncello Prosecco Cocktails by Homemade Food Junkie

Looking for some more amazing drink recipes? Check out 15 must make mimosa recipes!

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  • Reply Helen @ Fuss Free Flavours

    What lovely round up, the question is which to try first? Thanks for including my rhubarb version.

    July 23, 2018 at 4:49 am
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