Top 10 Prosecco Cocktails To Make at Home

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Texas Prosecco

Texas has plenty of reasons to celebrate holidays, with no less than 22 legally observed holidays and many more unofficial celebrations. Texans love to partake in drinks that make the holidays more festive. Bubbly cocktails can be made from many sparkling wines, but the bottle of preference is often Prosecco. Prepare to make the top ten Prosecco cocktails to enjoy at home and learn the locations of the Zipps Liquor Store closest to you for any necessary drink-making supplies. 

Know Your Prosecco 

Before you get down to the details of making the perfect Prosecco cocktail recipes, you should know what sets Prosecco apart from other sparkling selections. Prosecco isn’t just any sparkling wine. Just like Champagne, for it to truly be Prosecco, it must be produced in one of nine regions in Italy. The entire area covers the Friuli Venezia Giulia and Veneto regions, including the provinces. 

In no surprise turn of events, the quaint village that Prosecco was named after is in one of the nine provinces, Trieste. Formerly known as the Prosecco grape, the Glera grape is native to the same region. Prosecco must also include a particular combination of grapes. For a Prosecco to meet official requirements, it must contain the Glera grape but can comprise up to 15% of other types of grapes, so long as the varieties are approved. 

The Bubble Factor 

Though bubbly Prosecco is the most popular variety throughout the United States, there are three different varieties of fizz from which to choose. If you’re set on the pop, fizz, clink aesthetic of cocktails with Prosecco, be sure that you know how to check for the right amount of bubble per bottle. 

The two most common varieties of the bubble are also found in other types of sparkling wine. You can choose from Frizzante or Spumante. Frizzante means semi-sparkling; you can expect the bubbles to stop after they are poured. Spumantes are full of sparkle, so you can count on the bubbles to keep forming while you enjoy your drink. 


Know Your Cocktail

Prosecco cocktail recipes can range from easy to quite complex. What makes an at-home cocktail ideal is the ease of ingredients, preparation, and clean-up. With those deciding factors in mind, we leave the complexity of smoke, droppers, and the essence of unicorns to professional mixologists. The only thing you need to remember as an at-home bartender is to prechill your glasses for fizzy drinks. Here are ten Prosecco cocktail recipes you can make and enjoy at home when life has you feeling like you need a little bubbly to get by. 

Prosecco Mimosa 

This classic brunch cocktail is made better with the sweet, citrusy bubbles of Prosecco. 


  • 4 oz Prosecco
  • 3 oz orange juice 
  • Splash of Cointreau 


  • Pour 3 oz orange juice 
  • Add a splash of Cointreau 
  • Top with Prosecco 
  • Let fizz settle, then top again 

Peach Bellini 

While peach is the traditional fruit puree, you can substitute any fruit that you prefer for an equally delicious bellini variation. 


  • 4 oz Prosecco 
  • 2 oz peach puree 


  • Add 2 oz peach puree 
  • Top with Prosecco 
  • Gently stir 
  • Let fizz settle, then top again 

Sgroppino al Limone

This refreshing slushy blend is perfect for brunches and mid-afternoon treats.


  • 5 oz lemon sorbet 
  • 3 oz Prosecco 
  • 1 oz chilled vodka 


  • In a food processor or blender, combine sorbet and vodka 
  • Pulse or blend until smooth 
  • Add to glass in organic scoops 
  • Pour Prosecco on top 

Prosecco Royale 

The standard is the kir royale, but Prosecco took it to the next level.


  • 6 oz Prosecco 
  • 1 oz pomegranate syrup 
  • Frozen pomegranate seeds 


  • Add pomegranate syrup to a glass 
  • Top with Prosecco 
  • Add frozen pomegranate seeds 

H-Town Shimmer 

This cocktail is famous in the Houston area for its refreshing and lightly sweet qualities. 


  • 4 oz Prosecco 
  • 2 oz Disaronno Amaretto
  • 1 oz Luxardo liqueur 
  • 1 Luxardo cherry
  • Lemon twist for garnish 


  • Add a cherry to the glass 
  • Pour liqueur and let sit for 5 minutes 
  • Add Amaretto 
  • Top with Prosecco 

Prosecco Smash 

Almond nuances combine with smashed fruit to give you that fancy cocktail feeling at home. 


  • 5 oz Prosecco 
  • 1 oz Disaronno Amaretto 
  • Three blackberries 


  • Muddle 3 blackberries in a tall glass 
  • Add Disaronno and muddle again 
  • Pour half of Prosecco and stir 
  • Add one cup of crushed ice 
  • Top with remainder of Prosecco 

Strawberry Spritzer

Summer never tasted so good. Make this one as soon as strawberries hit their peak ripeness. 


  • 4 oz Prosecco 
  • 2 oz strawberry syrup 
  • Strawberry slice and lime to garnish 


  • Add strawberry slice and syrup to a glass 
  • Top with Prosecco 
  • Garnish with lime 

The Longhorn Hugo

A tall glass of Longhorn Hugo is guaranteed to cool you down on a hot summer day. 


  • 4 oz Prosecco 
  • 2 oz elderflower liqueur 
  • 2 oz tonic water 
  • Ice to fill 
  • Lime for garnish


  • Fill a glass with crushed ice and set it aside
  • Add elderflower, tonic, and Prosecco to the shaker 
  • Stir gently 
  • Pour mixture over a glass of ice 
  • Garnish with lime 

Three Rose Wonder 

If you’re on the fence about rose in your cocktails, you might want to reconsider this one because it is all about the budded beauty.


  • 4 oz Prosecco rosé
  • 2 oz rose water 
  • 1 oz rose simple syrup 
  • Fresh rose petals for garnish
  • Ice 


  • Add rose petal to glass 
  • Add simple syrup and rose water 
  • Stir to combine 
  • Add half of Prosecco 
  • Add one cup of ice 
  • Fill to top with Prosecco 
  • Add rose petal to top for garnish 

Purple Gin Fizz

There is more than one purple gin on the market. Check your local liquor store for selections nearby.


  • 2 oz purple gin 
  • 2 oz lemonade 
  • 2 oz Prosecco 
  • Ice 
  • Blackberries for garnish 


  • Combine gin lemonade and ice to shaker 
  • Shake to combine 
  • Pour into glass 
  • Top with Prosecco 
  • Garnish with blackberries 
Prosecco Cocktails


Prosecco is a delight on its own but even more versatile in cocktails. Pick a Prosecco cocktail recipe that suits your taste, and head out to a Zipps Liquor to load up on the essentials.

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