Everyone’s Favorite Prosecco Wine Recipes

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Alone, Prosecco wine is generally favored as a celebratory drink for big occasions like New Years, Christmas, birthdays, and weddings. But who’s to say you can’t enjoy a glass any other time of the year? Now is the time that wine rules are broken, and it’s up to us to do it, and prove it. With that being said, one surefire way to get others on-board with us is to offer various Prosecco wine recipes that taste great but also still let the great Prosecco wine shine in stardom. Trust us, making Prosecco wine cocktails in no way diminishes the quality and character of sparkling Prosecco wine as a higher-end wine.

The Italian Stallion

This common Italian cocktail (really, called a Spritz), is made with Prosecco wine, a splash of aperol, and a splash of club soda. This Spritz, or Italian Stallion, as we’d rather call it, is garnished with an orange wedge.

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Teeny Tiny Bellini

We’re no stranger to the ever-fun Bellini – a combination of Prosecco and peach juice or puree. Add a squirt of lime or orange juice for a little citrus zing in this Prosecco wine recipe.

All That Razz

For those looking for a little more alcoholic punch in their drink, go for this Prosecco wine recipe. Combine Prosecco with an ounce of raspberry vodka and the juice of 2 lime wedges. Add a handful of fresh raspberries and you’re ready to enjoy!

These Prosecco wine recipes are suitable for all occasions and no matter what your palate tends to prefer, you will love this regardless. Now, you just need to get your ingredients! Get your Prosecco wine for this recipe at San Antonio Winery in Los Angeles, Paso Robles, and Ontario, or get it online at SanAntonioWinery.com. Get the Diama Sparkle brand – Diama Sparkle Prosecco is the wine you are looking for. Learn more by going to DiamaSparkle.com and by following the brand on Instagram and Facebook.

 

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