Got a bottle of Prosecco? Turn it into festive creative Prosecco cocktails! Here’s our list of 21 different tasty and fun cocktail recipes that use Prosecco!
Often compared to champagne, Prosecco is a sparkling wine originally from Northeastern Italy.
It’s delicious on its own, but other liquor enthusiasts use Prosecco as a key ingredient in making cocktails.
Sure, drinking Prosecco on its own is always a great idea, but these creative Prosecco cocktail recipes are sure to leave everyone in a cheerful mood.
Take a peek at #19 and #20—a bright and luscious citrus aperitif times two!
If you’re looking for festive drinks with Prosecco, then this is it!
The addition of Prosecco in this cocktail recipe offers the perfect balance between bourbon and Aperol.
Garnish the drink with an orange twist for zesty flavor and to make it visually appealing.
Make a few glasses of this peach bellini cocktail, then serve them to your guest to jazz your holiday parteeyyyy!
Be sure to blend all the ingredients well and garnish the drink with frozen peach slices and mint.
The best part?
You can make the recipe in just five minutes.
Enjoy sipping this lavender lemonade Prosecco while swapping stories with your friends on a Sunday brunch.
It’s one of those Prosecco drinks meant to impress any crowd!
This eye-popping cocktail has a vivid purple color coming from lavender lemon syrup and neon purple food coloring.
When it comes to easy cocktails with Prosecco, this cherry Bakewell drink is a great candidate.
It’s so simple yet incredibly luscious!
The cocktail has three ingredients.
Cherries. Amaretti Liqueur. Prosecco.
In case you didn’t know, Prosecco wine gives the beverage light and refreshing notes, while the amaretto liqueur adds a rich flavor and almond aroma.
This pineapple party punch is one of the popular Prosecco recipes around the web.
It’s a fun drink to heighten up a summer brunch!
Bubbly and bright, the cocktail features a sneaky hint of white rum that complements harmoniously with the tropical flavors of pineapple and mango.
This Prosecco-based cocktail combines everything you love about the sweet fruit, plus the BOOZE, of course!
Soak the fresh pears in apple cider vinegar before mixing them with lemon juice, leading to a sweet and bright pop of color.
Don’t forget to garnish it with a lemon twist and pear slice!
You can’t beat the addition of fresh lemons and strawberries in this Prosecco sangria recipe. It’s darn refreshing!
To bring out the flavor of the fruits, you need to muddle them.
Use a muddler or the back of a spoon to squish the fruits inside the cocktail glass.
Fun fact, this colorful alcoholic beverage is one of the easy Prosecco cocktails you might find this holiday season.
It calls for tequila, Aperol, Campari, sugar syrup, orange juice, and Prosecco.
But feel free to replace the tequila with vodka, double the Aperol, or leave out the Campari if you prefer a sweeter cocktail.
Whether you serve it on Christmas, New Year’s Eve, or any special holiday, this three-ingredient cocktail offers endless entertaining!
It’s laden with fresh tangy-sweet grapefruit juice, sweet rosemary simple syrup, Prosecco, then garnished with fresh rosemary, which is optional.
What’s more, you can make this drink ahead of time—now we’re talking.
Black tea and lemon juice might seem like a weird combo, but with honey, and of course—Prosecco, it works!
You can make the cocktail base a day in advance, and that’s good news, huh?
If you run out of honey, simple syrup is a great substitute. But keep in mind that honey adds more floral notes to this recipe.
A refreshing cocktail that’s filled with blueberry vodka, Prosecco, blueberries, and raspberries—who would not love this recipe?
The fruits add a sweet nuance which combines nicely with the vodka and Prosecco.
Also, the red, white, and blue hue of the drink suits very well for celebrating all the American patriotic holidays.
12. Rhubarb Bellini
You don’t need much for this drink. The ingredients are rhubarb, cane sugar, water, lemon juice and zest, and chilled Prosecco.
But even though there aren’t many elements to this Prosecco cocktail, it’s ultimately crowd-pleasing!
Margarita is a bubbly drink that’s loved by many.
So what if we combine it with Prosecco wine?
Now we’re talking!
The combo of lime juice and agave syrup on this Prosecco margarita cocktail fits together nicely, and the addition of lime slices adds an extra refreshing taste to the drink.
If you don’t have agave syrup, use a mixture of sugar and honey instead.
This sparkling cocktail has a pure lemon flavor.
And what caught my attention is this recipe uses soda water.
Combining soda water with limoncello and Prosecco sounds so refreshing and light.
You don’t have to use your cocktail shaker: simply pour everything into the glass, and voila—done!
This cocktail is so tempting!
The color is bright green, which is perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day gathering.
It only takes three simple steps to create one.
First, add melon liqueur and lemon juice to a toasting glass.
Next, top it with chilled Prosecco.
And lastly, garnish with lemon twists.
Easy peasy lemon squeezy!
16. Frosted Cocktail
You will enjoy the glowing blue color of this frosted cocktail—it’s so fun to look at that you might don’t want to drink it.
The ingredient list on this one is pretty short.
Make sure you have Mionetto Prosecco, raspberry vodka, blue curacao, peppermint syrup, lime juice, ginger beer, and silver cake shimmer.
Oh! And of course—mint for garnish!
When you make this drink, you’ll first make the simple syrup.
Then you’ll combine it with the remaining ingredients to create the cocktail.
It’s packed with pears, gin, lemon juice, thyme, sparkling Prosecco, and simple syrup—doesn’t this cocktail just sound divine?
If you love limoncello, you need to try mixing it with Prosecco wine!
Perfect for any occasion, this limoncello Prosecco is full of lemony flavor and tart-sweet nuance of frozen raspberries.
To create, add limoncello to the wine glass, then fill it with Prosecco.
Finish it off with frozen raspberries and drink responsibly!
Talking about easy Prosecco cocktails, this beautiful white classic cocktail gets its punch from vodka and Prosecco.
It features sweet and refreshing sorbet drowned in sparkling and bubbly Prosecco. Oh yes!
This delight is truly delicious on its own or as a palate cleanser at the end of your heavy dinner.
Okay, folks—your new go-to Prosecco cocktail is finally here!
Featuring gin, elderflower liqueur, lemon juice, and a champagne float, this zesty cocktail is perfect for parties and Christmas get-togethers.
Though garnishes like rosemary and lemon slices aren’t necessary, it’s best to include them in the drink if you want an additional flavor punch.
Choose elderflower syrup to help make non-alcoholic drinks that have wide appeal.
A bottle of Prosecco is all you need to take your classic peach bellini to the next level. It’s refreshing, light, and full of boozy notes!
The key to making a good bellini cocktail is getting all the ingredients nice and chilled before mixing them.
So put them all in the fridge and gather for assembling.
Want to add an extra pop of color? A few drops of maraschino cherry juice or grenadine on top should do the trick!
The bottom line
There’s something extra special about taking your drinks to the next level, like mixing up Prosecco with a few complementary ingredients to create festive cocktails, which also include this ruby gem.
If you agree, let’s be friends!
The next time you find yourself looking for a way to make your favorite sparkling white wine more exciting, consider these Prosecco cocktails.
Let us know if you chose a drink and tweaked the recipe to make it your own!
- Bourbon Aperol Cocktail
- Peach Bellini
- Limoncello Prosecco
- Lavender Lemonade Prosecco Cocktail
- Cherry Bakewell Cocktail
- Pineapple Prosecco Party Punch
- Pear Prosecco Shrub
- Lemon Berry Prosecco Sangria
- Aperol Tequila Cocktail
- Grapefruit Rosemary Sparkler
- Sweet Tea Cocktails
- Blueberry Prosecco
- Rhubarb Bellini
- Prosecco Margarita Cocktail
- Limoncello Spritz
- Green Prosecco Cocktail
- Frosted Cocktail
- Pear And Gin Prosecco Cocktail
- Lemon Prosecco Float
- Sparkling Elderflower Gin Cocktail
- Bellini Rum Punch
- Pick three Prosecco cocktails on the list.
- Purchase a few bottles of Prosecco and start making these Prosecco cocktails!
- Serve these cocktails at the party to get your guests buzzing.