15 of the Best Christmas Prosecco Cocktail Recipes

November 04, 2022 by Anna-Bet Stemmet

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Let’s celebrate the most wonderful tiiiiiime of the year (**insert jingle bells and peppy carol singers**) with some sparkly Christmas Prosecco cocktails! We’ve rounded up 15 of the merriest clinkers for you and yours to enjoy this festive season. Take your pick… 

1. Aperol Spritz

Festive Aperol Spritz cocktails

Arguably one of the best Christmas Prosecco cocktails thanks to its gorgeous scarlet shade, the iconic Aperol Spritz is about as merry as it gets. Combining the intense flavors of sweet and zesty orange, tart rhubarb, bitter cinchona, and the woody earthiness of gentian that underpin Aperol with Prosecco and club soda makes for a captivating drink. We can see why the Italians love it so much – it’s the pure taste of la dolce vita. 

2. Negroni Sbagliato

Negroni Sbagliato Cocktail

Christmas cocktails with Prosecco won’t get any trendier than the Negroni Sbagliato this festive season. When House of the Dragon star Emma D’Arcy named it as their favorite drink on a viral TikTok video in October 2022, bars around the globe were suddenly running out of Campari, Cinzano Vermouth Rosso, and Prosecco.  

Sbagliato means ‘broken’ in Italian, which refers to the fact that the drink was first poured by mistake when a bar owner added Prosecco instead of gin to a classic Negroni. Happily, the sparkly mistake was equally delightful. 

3. Sparkling Cranberry Prosecco

Sparkling Cranberry Prosecco Cocktail

Has anyone else noticed that the cranberry is the unofficial berry of the festive season? This dazzling drink pays homage to the hallowed holiday berry by combining 1 oz cold cranberry juice with 1 oz of Grand Marnier, topped with 5 oz of cold Prosecco. With only three ingredients in the mix, it’s super simple to prepare and equally effortless to enjoy. 

4. Blueberry Prosecco Spritz

Blueberry Prosecco Spritz

This low-ABV drink is equally berry-forward but showcases the blueberry instead. To make it, you muddle a quarter cup of fresh blueberries with a sprig of thyme (off the stem), fill the glass with ice, and stir. Then you add 1 oz fresh lemon juice, 1 oz simple syrup, 1 oz tonic water (or club soda), and 3 oz of chilled Prosecco. Garnish with some skewered blueberries or another sprig of thyme, and serve. 

5. French 75 cocktail

French 75 Cocktail

There is one gin Prosecco Christmas cocktail that rules them all – the dapper French 75. Dreamed up in New York City by a Scottish bartender who named it after a French field gun, this daring drink is glamor in a glass, with a fair amount of kick. If you happen to run out of Prosecco, you can also sub apple cider to turn the drink into a French Harvest instead.  

6. Blackberry Prosecco Mojito

Blackberry Prosecco Mojito

To make the refreshing Blackberry Prosecco Mojito, you muddle a quarter cup of blackberries, 3 oz blackberry syrup, the juice of one lime, and 10 mint leaves in a cocktail shaker with ice. You then add 2 oz Wray & Nephew light rum and some ice, shake until cold, and strain into your serving glass. Top it off with Prosecco and enjoy! 

7. Prosecco Margarita

Prosecco Margarita

The effervescent Prosecco Margarita combines 1.5 oz Espolòn Blanco Tequila, 2 oz fresh lime juice, 0.5 oz Grand Marnier, half a teaspoon of agave syrup, and 4 oz Prosecco. Very easy to make at home, and a perfect welcome drink to offer guests around the holidays. We like to pair it with appetizers like mini shrimp tacos.   

8. Bellini

Peach Bellini in flute glasses

For Prosecco Christmas cocktails with a truly classic vibe, opt for the always-popular Bellini. If you love a brunchtime Mimosa, you’ll adore this spiffy drink. Fresh, fizzy, and fruity, it combines the zest of Prosecco with peach purée to arrive at a sweet sipper that has a pretty scent and amazing mouthfeel. 

9. Prosecco Martini

Sparkling Pink Champagne martinis served in coupes and garnished with berries

The delightful and delicious Prosecco Martini (also called a Champagne Martini) is a perfect case of true romance between two opposites – SKYY Vodka and sparkling wine, along with some freshly squeezed lemon juice, a sugar rim, and a Maraschino cherry to garnish. We love this recipe for its sophistication and lustre. It also helps that it is quick and easy to make at home but still looks extra impressive. 

10. Hugo Spritz

Front view of Hugo Cocktail garnished with lime wheels

Keen to keep things on the lighter side this festive season? Then you simply must try the Hugo! Combining elderflower liqueur, Prosecco, and club soda, it’s the floral cousin of the Aperol Spritz, but with a low ABV. Best of all – it comes to the party with plenty of flavor despite its lower alcohol volume, and it looks beautiful on a festive table. 

11. Poinsettia

Two Champage glasses of Poinsettia

If you’re looking for an easy and impressive welcome drink this festive season, then meet the Poinsettia. This cranberry juice cocktail recipe uses orange liqueur and Champagne to create a gorgeous holiday cocktail. It’s named after the flowering plant of the same name that’s often used in Christmas floral arrangements. Pair the two on your festive table this year and create a cocktail party to remember.

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12. Holiday Elderflower Prosecco Cocktail

Two Holiday Elderflower Prosecco Cocktail on a table in an atmospheric home lounge dressed for the holidays with twinkly lights and fresh flowers

Elderflower cocktails are the perfect addition to any festive table, and this Holiday Elderflower Prosecco Cocktail is a particularly amazing choice. To make one, add 1 oz of vodka, and 1 oz of elderflower liqueur to a Champagne flute, and top off with 5 oz of Prosecco. Bonus points if you add a sugared rim, and some sugared cranberries to garnish!

13. Blueberry Lime Spritz

Two Blueberry Lime Spritz cocktails on a white marble countertop against a white backdrop in a light bright home kitchen

If you love blueberry cocktails as much as we do around the holidays, you’ve got to try this thirst-quenching spritz. To make a Blueberry Lime Spritz, start by muddling 10 fresh blueberries and the leaves of two sprigs of fresh thyme in a sturdy serving glass. Fill the glass with ice, and top with 1 oz fresh lemon juice, 1 oz simple syrup, 1 oz elderflower liqueur, and 2 oz of Prosecco.

14. Ginger Peach Sparkle

Two Ginger Peach Sparkle cockgtails on a white marble counter against a white backdrop in a light bright home kitchen

Peach cocktails always come to the party with a kiss of summer, even when it’s snowy outside. To make this festive Ginger Peach Sparkle Cocktail, muddle one-quarter of fresh, chopped peach and a teaspoon full of fresh, chopped ginger (or to taste) in a sturdy serving glass. Add 3 oz dry white wine (we love Sauvignon Blanc), some fresh ice, and top off with 3 oz of dry Prosecco. Add a dash of bitters, stir it, and garnish with fresh peach slices and mint, if preferred.

15. Mulled Fizz

Two Mulled Fizz cocktails on a table in a home lounge in daytime, in a festive setting dressed for the holidays

Spiced rum cocktails always carry a hint of holiday cheer, and this Mulled Fizz cocktail certainly is no exception. To pour one this festive season, you’ll first need to make a spiced syrup using our fool-proof recipe, infusing it with a cinnamon stick, nutmeg, two cloves, and a split vanilla pod.

Once the syrup is strained and cooled, add 1 oz to a cocktail shaker along with 1.5 oz spiced rum, 1 oz clementine juice, and 0.5 oz port with ice. Shake until frosty, decant into a chilled Champagne flute, and gently top off with 1 oz of Prosecco. Garnish with an orange or lemon twist, and serve.

Ready, set, clink! These fifteen Christmas Prosecco cocktails are sure to set the scene for celebration. Let us know which one you made, and do tag us in your pictures when you share it on Instagram. Also remember to sign up for your newsletter so we can send more tasty inspiration articles like these your way, hot off the presses!


Prosecco is a very versatile drinks ingredient that you can combine with a number of tasty additions. Popular Prosecco cocktails include the Bellini, which combines it with peach puree, and the Aperol Spritz, which adds Aperol and club soda to the mix.

If you want to up the ante on your Prosecco, try a few Prosecco cocktails. Between the Negroni Sbagliato, Sparkling Cranberry Prosecco cocktail, Bellini, French 75 and the rest of their sparkly cousins, you are bound to find a drink that's right up your alley.

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