The season of drinking is upon us, and if, like us you’ve been gifted copious amounts of prosecco over the holidays, you may want to experiment with a few prosecco based cocktails. Hailed as one of the nations favourite tipples, prosecco’s fizzy yet delightfully delicious nature makes it the drink perfect for every celebratory occasion. Our top picks of prosecco based cocktails range from fruity, refreshing and experimental drinks that will accompany your celebrations in every which way.

Classic Mimosa

A perfect brunch accompaniment, with the addition of a fruity juice the classic mimosa will make you feel that less bit guilty about popping the cork before noon.



  • 750 ml bottle chilled prosecco
  • 750 ml chilled orange juice (freshly squeezed is best)
  • 120 ml Grand Marnier or triple sec (optional)


  1. Fill wine glass 1/2 full with prosecco
  2. Top with orange juice
  3. If using, top mimosa with 1 tablespoon of Grand Marnier or triple sec

Aperol Spritz Granita

Deliciously refreshing, this icy cocktail with a fizzy yet fruity combination will certainly be a crowd pleaser.



  • 250ml Aperol
  • 2 lemons, juiced
  • 4 mandarin oranges, juiced
  • 250ml chilled prosecco
  • Lemon slice to garnish


  1. Stir together Aperol, lemon juice, mandarin orange juice, and prosecco
  2. Pour mixture into a shallow dish and place in the freezer
  3. After 30 minutes take mixture out of the freezer and stir with a fork
  4. Stake mixture out of the freezer and scrape using a fork every 30 minutes for about 2 hours
  5. Place ice mixture into serving glass and garnish with lemons

Limoncello Raspberry Prosecco Cooler

Like an alcoholic sorbet that you can drink, the combination of limoncello and raspberry gives this cocktail a mouthwateringly sharp twist.



  • 750ml bottle chilled prosecco
  • 4 oz. limoncello chilled liqueur
  • 1pint fresh raspberries
  • About 8 sprigs fresh mint


  1. Chill four wine/cocktail glasses in the freezer or refrigerator about 15 before serving
  2. Place raspberries on a plate and freeze
  3. Remove chilled glasses and add limoncello (1 oz. each)
  4. Top off with prosecco
  5. Add raspberries and mint leaves


What’s a better combination than gin and prosecco? The two delightful drinks make for an out of this world taste sensation.



  • 750ml bottle chilled prosecco
  • Gin
  • Elderflower Cordial
  • Fresh Mint Sprigs and/or cucumber slices


  1. Pour a dash of elderflower cordial and 20ml of gin into a glass
  2. Fill with cold Prosecco
  3. Decorate sprig of fresh mint or slice of cucumber if you wish!

Kir Royale

As a party classic, Kir Royale’s simple yet sweet flavour is a world favourite prosecco based cocktail.



  • 750ml bottle chilled prosecco
  • 85ml crème de cassis or blackcurrant liqueur
  • Berries to garnish


  1. Pour the crème de cassis or blackcurrant liqueur into champagne flutes
  2. Top with chilled prosecco
  3. Garnish with fresh berries
  4. Serve immediately