13 Sparkling Combos: Gin And Prosecco Cocktails With The Perfect Food Pairings

Guess what’s making waves in the hippest circles of mixology lately? Gin and Prosecco cocktails!

If you’ve been living under a rock (or maybe just sipping your G&T in solitude), it’s time to catch up on the coolest, bubbliest trend about redefining your happy hour game.

But hey, we’re not stopping there! What’s a great drink without some equally fabulous snacks and dishes to go with it, right?

We have a collection of Gin and Prosecco cocktails with the perfect food pairings to bring you not just one or two but the perfect 13 combos that will elevate your sipping experience to a whole new level. 

Classic Gin And Prosecco Cocktail

gin and prosecco cocktails

Gin And Prosecco Cocktail

Looking for the greatest recipe for a Gin and Prosecco Cocktail? This recipe can easily be a family favorite on steamy summer evenings and festive gatherings like New Year's Eve, Christmas parties, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day brunch, Easter, and elegant wedding receptions.
This Prosecco and Gin Cocktail can be paired with fresh oysters or a zesty shrimp ceviche for citrusy sips.


  • 1.5 ounces gin
  • 0.75 ounces lemon juice
  • 0.75 ounces simple syrup
  • 3 ounces Prosecco
  • Lemon twist garnish


  • Pour ice into a cocktail shaker.
  • Stir in the simple syrup, lemon juice, and gin. For 20 to 30 seconds, shake until well chilled.
  • Transfer the liquid into a flute glass and pour Prosecco over the top.
  • Add a lemon twist as a garnish.
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The Millionaire’s Gin and ProcMartini


  • 40mL dry gin
  • 40mL extra dry vermouth
  • 20mL Prosecco
  • Lemon twist, to garnish


  1. Pour the vermouth and gin into a mixing glass.
  2. Add ice to the mixing glass.
  3. Aim to add 20% liquid from dilution while stirring slowly.
  4. Pour over into a coupe glass.
  5. Add Prosecco on top.
  6. Add a lemon twist as a garnish.

Food Pairing: Smoked Salmon Canapé

The smoked salmon canapé’s delicate smokiness effortlessly intertwines with the botanical notes of the gin, creating a culinary synergy that is nothing short of divine. 

As you take a sip of the Millionaire’s Martini, the Prosecco’s effervescent touch cuts through the richness of the smoked salmon, creating a delightful contrast on your palate. 

The briny essence of the salmon complements the cocktail’s herbal undertones, resulting in a pairing that’s as refined as it is daring.

French 77


  • 3 tablespoons gin
  • 1 ½ tablespoons St-Germain
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 3 tablespoons Prosecco
  • ⅛ teaspoon orange bitters
  • A lemon peel
  • A maraschino cherry


  1. Pour the gin, St-Germain, lemon juice, and enough ice cubes to fill half the cocktail shaker. Shake it vigorously for about 15 seconds or until your hands are extremely chilly.
  2. Pour the liquor through a strainer into a coupe glass, then garnish with a maraschino cherry, orange bitters, lemon peel, and Prosecco.

Food Pairing: Smoked Salmon and Dill Cream Cheese Blinis

Picture pairing this libation with a plate of delicate smoked salmon and dill cream cheese blinis to elevate this libation to a culinary affair. The crisp and botanical notes of the gin seamlessly meld with the Prosecco’s lively bubbles, creating a symphony of effervescence that sets the stage for the culinary duet. 

As you sip the French 77, its citrusy brightness dances with the blini’s richness, enhancing the salmon’s subtle smokiness. The herbal undertones of the gin elegantly complement the dill-infused cream cheese, resulting in a sophisticated and harmonious pairing.

Lychee French 75 Cocktail

french 75 gin and prosecco cocktails


  • 6 tablespoons gin reduce if you prefer a lighter cocktail
  • 6 lychees from a tin
  • 2 tablespoons lychee syrup from the tin
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1 tsp rose water
  • chilled dry Prosecco to top up the glasses
  • 2 thin slices of lychee to decorate


  1. Using the end of a clean rolling pin, muddle the lychees, lychee syrup, lemon juice, and rosewater in the cocktail shaker.
  2. Shake for thirty seconds after adding the gin and lots of ice cubes.
  3. Pour the mixture into two chilled Champagne flutes or coupe glasses, then fill the glasses to the brim with Prosecco; be cautious as the wine tends to foam over the glass.
  4. Garnish with a tiny lychee slice and serve right away.

Food Pairing: Fresh Coconut Shrimp

For this Lychee French 75, one of the best food pairings would be fresh coconut shrimp. Its delicate lychee sweetness enhances the tropical allure of the coconut shrimp, elevating each crispy bite with a burst of exotic freshness.

Gin Prosecco Cocktail With Chamomile and Tangerine

tangerine gin and prosecco cocktails


For the tangerine-chamomile syrup:

  • 1 cup sugar
  • ¾ cup water
  • 4 chamomile tea bags
  • Zest of 2 tangerines, white pith removed
  • ¼ cup tangerine juice

For the alcohol base:

  • 2 parts dry gin
  • 2 parts pre-made chamomile-tangerine syrup
  • 1 part white balsamic vinegar

For the cocktail:

  • Chilled Prosecco


For the tangerine-chamomile syrup:

  1. In a saucepan over medium heat, combine sugar and water. Heat to a gentle simmer while stirring to dissolve the sugar. 
  2. Take off the heat and stir the tea bags, zests, and tangerine juice. After six minutes of sitting, remove the tea bags. After 30 minutes, cover and allow to cool. 
  3. Strain the zest out. 
  4. The syrup can be kept for approximately a month in the refrigerator when stored in an airtight container.

For the alcohol base:

  1. Combine gin, syrup, and white balsamic vinegar in a cocktail mixing glass. Shake to blend. 
  2. If preparing ahead, you can store it in the refrigerator for roughly 4-5 days.

For the cocktail:

  1. Transfer 3 ounces of the base into a flute or Champagne cocktail glass. 
  2. Pour roughly 3–4 ounces of Prosecco into the glass. 
  3. Taste and add more Prosecco.

Food Pairing: Goat Cheese on a Crisp Crostini

The delicate herbal notes of chamomile weave gracefully through the effervescence of the Prosecco, while the vibrant tangerine adds a citrusy zing that dances on the palate. 

Now, imagine the creamy allure of goat cheese on a crisp crostini, its richness beautifully contrasting with the lightness of the cocktail. 

As you take a bite, the honey drizzle complements the tangerine’s brightness, creating a sweet symphony that resonates with the herbal undertones of chamomile.

Apple and Honey Gin With Prosecco and Elderflower Foam

apple honey gin and prosecco cocktails


  • 2 double measures Batch Apple And Honey Gin
  • 600 ml Prosecco
  • 2 tablespoons Caster Suger
  • 1 tablespoons honey
  • 3 egg whites (make sure they are pasteurized)
  • 25 ml Elderflower Presse Or Liqueur, depending on how boozy you want your cocktail
  • 4 apple slices to garnish


  1. First, place your egg and elderflower press in a cocktail shaker to make a foamy foam. Shake for a good two minutes.
  2. To produce a honey sugar-covered rim, dip the rim of your glass first into the honey and then into the caster sugar.
  3. Divide the apple-honey gin and champagne evenly among four glasses, then whisk with a stirrer to ensure it blends.
  4. To create a creamy, foamy top, pour the elderflower foam over it and add an apple slice as a garnish.

Food Pairing: Brie and Apple Crostini

Elevate this exquisite libation to a culinary affair with the perfect pairing—a plate of brie and apple crostini. The cocktail’s apple and honey notes perfectly harmonize with the creamy brie, creating a decadent union of sweetness and richness. 

With each sip of the cocktail, the effervescent Prosecco and delicate elderflower foam dance on the palate, accentuating the crispness of the apple slices.

Prosecco and Gin Candy Floss Cocktail

candy floss gin and prosecco cocktails


  • A tub or bag of fluffy candy floss
  • 1 Bottle of Bloom Jasmin And Rose Gin
  • 1 Bottle of Pink Prosecco
  • A handful of edible flowers
  • Decorated cocktail sticks long enough to reach across the top of your glass.


  1. Transfer one measure of pink gin into a pair of antique champagne goblets.
  2. Add Pink Prosecco to the top, but not too much.
  3. Grab a cocktail stick and stab some fluffy candy floss with it.
  4. To prevent the candy floss from touching the beverage, balance it atop the glass.
  5. Add an edible flower as a garnish.

Food Pairing: Lemon Zest-Infused Cheesecake Bites

Elevate this enchanting libation with a side of lemon zest-infused cheesecake bites. As you sip the Candy Floss Cocktail, the Prosecco’s bubbles tickle your palate while the cotton candy’s sugary magic unfolds. 

Pairing it with the lemony cheesecake bites creates a symphony of taste—each bite of the velvety cheesecake echoes the citrusy notes of the gin, harmonizing with the whimsical sweetness of the cotton candy.

Limoncello Prosecco With Blueberries and Thyme

limoncello gin and prosecco cocktails


  • 750 ml Prosecco
  • 1 cup limoncello, chilled
  • Ice
  • Blueberries
  • Thyme
  • Lemon slices


  1. Pour the limoncello liquor and Prosecco into a pitcher and mix.
  2. Pour the limoncello Prosecco into a glass, add ice, and then add a handful of blueberries. 
  3. Add slices of lemon and herbs as garnish.

Food Pairing: Lemon-Blueberry Tartlets

Level up this vibrant libation with a plate of lemon-blueberry tartlets. With each sip of the Limoncello Prosecco, the burst of lemon and the subtle herbal notes of thyme create a symphony on the palate, setting the stage for the perfect pairing. 

The tartlets mirror the cocktail’s flavor profile with their buttery crust, tangy lemon filling, and bursts of juicy blueberries. The effervescence of Prosecco enhances the tartlets’ citrusy brightness, while the thyme adds a savory undertone that elevates each bite.

Summer Berry Gin Bellini

bellini gin and prosecco cocktails


  • 5ml raspberry liquor
  • 1 ounce quality gin
  • 2 ouncesProsecco
  • 2 ounces lemonade
  • Fresh berries
  • Crushed ice


  1. Combine the raspberry liqueur with the quality gin.
  2. After thoroughly mixing, add the same amounts of prosecco and lemonade.
  3. Fill the glass with crushed ice and stir in some fresh summer berries.

Food Pairing: Prosciutto-Wrapped Melon Bites

Upgrade this elegant libation with a platter of prosciutto-wrapped melon bites. As you take your first sip of the Summer Berry Gin Bellini, the effervescence of Prosecco dances with the peachy sweetness, creating a symphony of refreshing and luxurious flavors.

 Pairing it with the prosciutto-wrapped melon introduces a savory contrast that balances the cocktail’s sweetness. The prosciutto’s salty richness complements the melon’s ripe juiciness, while the Bellini’s bubbles cleanse the palate with each sip.

Grapefruit Wheel

grapefruit gin and prosecco cocktails


  • 2 ounces gin
  • 6 ounces Prosecco
  • 4 ounces ruby red grapefruit juice
  • 2 ounces club soda or sparkling water
  • 1-2 tablespoons agave or maple syrup (optional)
  • 2 sprigs rosemary
  • grapefruit slices
  • ice cubes
  • ¼ cup fine white sugar (for sugar rim, optional)
  • Zest from ½ grapefruit (for sugar rim, optional)


  1. Put ice in a cocktail shaker along with gin, grapefruit juice, and agave. Shake until cold to the touch for 15 to 30 seconds.
  2. After scrubbing a grapefruit wedge over the rim of your glass, dip it into a mixture of sugar and zest.
  3. Pour the spritz of grapefruit gin into the glasses with rims, then pour Prosecco and a dash of club soda on top.
  4. Enjoy your drink with a grapefruit slice and a fresh rosemary sprig as garnish! 

Food Pairing: Smoked Salmon and Grapefruit Avocado Toast

Complement this refreshing libation with a plate of smoked salmon and grapefruit avocado toast. With each Grapefruit Gin Spritz sip, the gin’s botanical notes intertwine with the tangy grapefruit, creating a symphony of flavors that dance on the palate. 

Pairing it with smoked salmon and grapefruit avocado toast introduces a delightful contrast of textures and tastes. The creamy avocado and smoky salmon provide a luxurious backdrop, enhancing the cocktail’s citrusy freshness.

Sparkling Bee’s Knees


  • 1.25 ounces gin
  • 3 ounces Prosecco
  • 0.75 ounces lemon juice
  • 0.75 ounces honey syrup
  • Lemon


  1. Pour the gin, lemon juice, and honey syrup into a shaker with ice.
  2. Mix well and set aside to cool.
  3. Transfer the mixture into a champagne flute, then pour Prosecco on top.
  4. Garnish with a twist of lemon.

Food Pairing: Honey-Glazed Goat Cheese and Thyme Crackers

Elevate this sparkling elixir with a plate of honey-glazed goat cheese and thyme crackers. With each sip of the Sparkling Bee’s Knees, the floral notes of gin meld seamlessly with the honey’s golden sweetness, creating a symphony of flavors that tingles the senses. 

Pairing it with the honey-glazed goat cheese and thyme crackers introduces a sublime balance—the creamy richness of the goat cheese complements the cocktail’s honeyed embrace. In contrast, the thyme adds a touch of herbal sophistication.

Clementine Royale

clementine gin and prosecco cocktails



  1. Pour the clementine gin liqueur into your champagne flutes or wine glasses and top with Prosecco. 
  2. Whisk in some edible gold sprinkles just before serving for an added pop of glitter.
  3. You can change the amounts to suit your preferences.

Food Pairing: Goat Cheese and Clementine Crostinis

A platter of goat cheese and clementine crostinis can elevate this concoction. As you sip the Clementine Royale, the burst of citrusy sweetness harmonizes with the botanical notes of gin, creating a refreshing symphony on the palate. 

Pairing it with the goat cheese crostinis introduces a creamy richness that beautifully complements the cocktail. The tangy goat cheese enhances the clementine’s brightness, while the crisp crostini provides the perfect textural contrast.

Sloe Gin Fizz


  • 1 ½ ounces sloe gin
  • 1 ounce lemon juice, freshly squeezed
  • ¾ ounce simple syrup
  • Prosecco, to top
  • Garnish: lemon wedge
  • Garnish: cherry


  1. In an ice-filled cocktail shaker, combine the sloe gin, lemon juice, and simple syrup; shake until thoroughly cold.
  2. Strain the contents of the shaker into a highball or Collins glass after adding ice to the glass.
  3. Top with Prosecco.
  4. Add a cherry and a wedge of lemon as garnish.

Food Pairing: Blue Cheese and Walnut-Stuffed Dates Wrapped in Prosciutto

To complement this elegant libation, picture pairing it with a platter of blue cheese and walnut-stuffed dates wrapped in prosciutto. As the Sloe Gin Fizz graces your palate, the sloe gin’s berry-infused depth intertwines with the lively bubbles of Prosecco, creating a symphony of flavors. The richness of the blue cheese and the nutty crunch of walnuts in the stuffed dates add a luxurious contrast, accentuating the cocktail’s velvety profile.

Shake Up Your Happy Hour With Gin And Prosecco Cocktails

Well, there you have it! If your happy hour routine has been feeling a bit lackluster, fear not—Gin and Prosecco cocktails are here to save the day, or should I say the evening? 

From the zesty zing of Grapefruit Wheel to the luxury of a Millionaire’s Martini, we’ve shaken up the game and brought you a sparkling symphony of flavors. These concoctions are about to be the VIPs of your next gathering. So, grab your shakers, dust off those fancy glasses, and get ready to elevate your happy hour to a whole new level.

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Gin And Prosecco Cocktails FAQs

What cocktail is made from gin and prosecco?

One popular gin and prosecco cocktail is the “French 75.” This classic cocktail combines gin, champagne (or sparkling wine, which includes prosecco), lemon juice, and simple syrup. The result is a delightful and effervescent drink with a perfect balance of citrusy brightness, gin herbal notes, and prosecco’s bubbly elegance.

What to add to gin and prosecco?

Consider adding complementary flavors such as fruits, herbs, or liqueurs when enhancing a gin and prosecco concoction. For instance, adding a splash of elderflower liqueur, fresh berries, or a citrus twist can elevate the taste profile and create a more nuanced and complex cocktail.

What does prosecco mix well with?

Prosecco is a versatile sparkling wine that mixes well with various ingredients. It pairs wonderfully with fruit juices like peach, orange, or grapefruit, making it ideal for cocktails. Additionally, prosecco can be mixed with liqueurs such as elderflower, Aperol, or St-Germain to create vibrant and effervescent drinks.

What should I drink if I like Prosecco?

If you enjoy Prosecco, consider exploring other sparkling wine options, such as Champagne or Cava. If you’re into cocktails, try beverages incorporating Prosecco, like the classic Bellini or a refreshing Aperol Spritz. These drinks maintain the effervescence you love while offering unique flavor profiles.

How is Prosecco best served?

Prosecco is best served well-chilled. To enjoy its crisp and refreshing qualities, it’s recommended to serve Prosecco between 40°F (4°C) and 45°F (7°C). 

Prosecco is a versatile sparkling wine that can be enjoyed independently or used as a base for various cocktails. Whether sipping it during a celebratory toast or crafting a delightful cocktail, serving Prosecco chilled in the right glass will enhance its flavor and effervescence.

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