9 Trendiest Prosecco Vodka Cocktails

First things first, let’s talk about the dynamic duo at the heart of these fabulous cocktails: Prosecco and vodka.

You have Prosecco as the bubbly friend who lights up the room with its effervescence, and the vodka who’s the cool, smooth operator that brings a hint of sophistication to the mix. Combine the two, and you’ve got a match made in cocktail heaven!

Did you know that Prosecco hails from the picturesque vineyards of Italy in Veneto, making it the ultimate sip of la dolce vita? And vodka, the chameleon of spirits, has the uncanny ability to adapt to any flavor profile. It’s like they were destined to be mixed together in a cocktail shaker!

Aperol Spritz Recipe With Prosecco and Vodka 

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Aperol Spritz Recipe With Prosecco and Vodka

Aperol Spritz is a popular Italian cocktail that’s just perfect for happy hour. This rhubarb-based Italian aperitif is not only gorgeous, but it also works wonders for spicing up a number of traditional cocktails. And vodka gives this spritz more kick.

Ingredients
  

  • Splash of club soda about 1 ounce per drink
  • Splash of fresh grapefruit or orange juice optional
  • Grapefruit or orange peel twist for garnish

Instructions
 

  • Pour the vodka and Aperol into an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake well.
  • Fill a large wine glass or rocks cocktail glass with a couple of ice cubes. Add the Aperol-vodka combination.
  • Pour club soda and Prosecco on top.
  • If desired, add some garnish to the cocktail.
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Sparkling Raspberry Martini

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Though it might not be a classic martini, the blend of fruity vodka and fizzy Prosecco creates a unique twist to this beverage. The Sparkling Raspberry Martini is a great drink to try if you’re looking for something flirtatious and exciting to serve your guests.

Ingredients

  • 6-8 fresh raspberries
  • 2 teaspoons white sugar
  • 2 ounces Raspberry Vodka (Smirnoff and Absolut are what I typically use)
  • 10 ounces prosecco or champagne (I recommend LaMarca prosecco)
  • 2-3 teaspoons raspberry syrup adjust for sweetness

Instructions

  1. Muddle the raspberries and white sugar in a cocktail shaker.
  2. Add ice, raspberry syrup, and raspberry vodka. Close the shaker’s lid and give it a good shake.
  3. Fill the shaker with Prosecco. Don’t shake.
  4. Pour the shaker’s contents through a strainer into a martini glass. 
  5. If desired, garnish with fresh raspberries.

Sparkling Cranberry Cocktail

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Your holiday drink menu can be elevated with the addition of Sparkling Cranberry Cocktail, which will impress everyone. It is simple to prepare in advance and pairs great with a meal. 

Notes: 

  • You can prepare the cranberry orange simple syrup ahead of time and keep it refrigerated for a few weeks. 
  • Club soda can be replaced with Prosecco if you prefer a sweeter taste.

Ingredients

For the cranberry-orange simple syrup:

  • 1 cup fresh cranberries
  • 1 orange, cut-up with peel on
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup water

For the cocktail:

  • 1 ½ ounces cranberry flavored vodka (like Smirnoff Cranberry Vodka)
  • 1 ounce cranberry-orange simple syrup
  • Freshly squeezed orange
  • Club soda

Instructions

For the cranberry-orange simple syrup:

  1. Put the chopped orange and cranberries in a small saucepan. Cook for approximately five minutes over medium heat or until cranberries are soft.
  2. Mix in the water and sugar. Bring to a boil while stirring. 
  3. After turning off the heat, wait 30 minutes to cool. 
  4. Pour the liquid into a container, discarding the solids. 
  5. Refrigerate before using.

For the cocktail:

  1. Pour ⅛ squeezed orange wedge, cranberry vodka, and cranberry-orange simple syrup into a large glass. 
  2. After adding ice to the glass, top with soda water. 
  3. Stir briefly, then add more orange zest and fresh cranberries over top.

Strawberry Elderflower Sparkler

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This cocktail is perfect if you enjoy the taste of fresh summer berries since it brings out the refreshing flavor of the strawberries. The Strawberry Elderflower Sparkler is a delightful and easy-to-make drink that is definitely worth trying.

Ingredients

  • 5-6 medium ripe strawberries, trimmed and halved, which yields roughly 2 ounces of fresh strawberry puree
  • ¾ ounce St. Germain elderflower liqueur
  • ½ ounce vodka
  • 5 ounces chilled dry Prosecco
  • Strawberry slices, cut halfway through, for garnishing

Instructions

  1. Place the strawberry halves and purée in a small food processor until extremely smooth. 
  2. Pour the purée into a medium-sized basin or measuring cup by straining it through a fine mesh sieve and pressing down on it several times with a spatula to extract all of the purée. This amount should make around 2 ounces of puréed strawberries after straining.
  3. Spoon the puréed strawberries into a flute of champagne. Whisk in the vodka and elderflower liqueur using a cocktail spoon. 
  4. Pour the Prosecco slowly while tilting the glass. 
  5. Serve right away after giving it a little stir and a strawberry slice as a garnish.

Sparkling Pear Vodka Cocktail

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A wonderful twist on the traditional French 76 cocktail, the Sparkling Pear Vodka Cocktail is ideal for any fall-themed happy hour or holiday gathering. Pear vodka and Prosecco combine to create this crisp cocktail, which is a fantastic choice if you enjoy fruity, sparkling drinks.

Ingredients

  • 1 ½ ounces pear vodka
  • ¾ ounce lemon juice
  • ¾ ounce simple syrup
  • 3-4 ounces dry sparkling wine like Prosecco
  • Pear slice and/or lemon twist for garnish (dried or fresh)

Instructions

  1. Fill your cocktail shaker with pear vodka, lemon juice, and simple syrup.
  2. Add ice and give it a good shake.
  3. Pour the cocktail through a strainer into a glass.
  4. Top with Prosecco.
  5. If desired, garnish with a twist of lemon or pears.

Holiday Prosecco Punch

Pomegranate and cranberry flavors blend well with the kick of vodka, Prosecco’s fizziness, and this cocktail’s festive feel. With fresh cranberries and rosemary sprigs, this Holiday Prosecco Punhc is ideal for holiday gatherings.

Ingredients

  • 6 cups cranberry juice or pomegranate cranberry juice (not cranberry juice cocktail), chilled
  • 1 (750 mL) bottle Prosecco, chilled
  • ¾ cup vodka, chilled
  • 3 (12 oz) cans hard seltzer, chilled
  • Juice from 1 lime
  • 2 cups frozen cranberries
  • 1-2 oranges, thinly sliced
  • 1-2 limes to coat the rim
  • Granulated sugar
  • Fresh rosemary sprigs for serving

Instructions

  1. Add all the ingredients in a large punch bowl and whisk until well blended. You can add ice as necessary, but it’s best to have everything chilled before hand.
  2. Serve glasses with lime rims and completely coat in sugar after dipping. Ladle punch into glasses; stir with ice if desired.

Sparkling Pink Greyhound Cocktail

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Happy hour transitions seamlessly into summer with this Sparkling Pink Greyhound Cocktail. A slightly tangy beverage with a Prosecco edge reminiscent of the traditional greyhound. Try this cool drink made with red ruby grapefruit juice, fresh mint, and vodka instead of gin to beat the summer heat.

Ingredients

  • 6-8 mint leaves
  • 4 ounces red grapefruit juice
  • Touch of agave optional
  • 2 ounces vodka
  • Prosecco

Instructions

  1. Put shredded mint leaves in a cocktail shaker.
  2. Add the grapefruit juice and thoroughly muddle.
  3. Add a small amount of agave if you prefer your drink to be slightly sweeter.
  4. Add the vodka and shake well to combine the ingredients.
  5. Strain into an ice-filled highball glass.
  6. Pour Prosecco over the top, then add a grapefruit slice and a mint sprig as garnish.

Sgroppino

Sgroppino is another Italian cocktail on our list that is ideal if you’re craving something light and sweet. It’s a slushie-like concoction of Prosecco, vodka, and frozen lemon sorbet that’s great for hot summer days or as a post-dinner treat. Each recipe has a different ratio of sorbet to alcohol, but this one has more sorbet than wine.

Ingredients

  • 12 ounces frozen lemon sorbet (lemon sorbetto) or lemon gelato or lemon ice cream (for a creamier texture)
  • 8 ounces Prosecco
  • 2 ounces chilled vodka
  • Mint leaves for garnish

Instructions

  1. Fill a big bowl with the sorbet. After adding half of the Prosecco, whisk the mixture until it becomes smooth and frosty.
  2. Stir in the remaining Prosecco and chilled vodka. It should be an extremely mushy cocktail.
  3. Pour into cocktail glasses or champagne flutes. 
  4. Add a few blueberries and some fresh mint as garnish.

The Palm Springs Spritz

This Palm Springs Spritz is best paired with avocado carpaccio, everything toast, or vegetable rolls dipped in spicy nut sauce. Pour it over ice and raise a glass to the fact that fruity, bubbly cocktails are a great year-round beverage, even when summer ends.

Ingredients

  • Vodka
  • Pineapple juice
  • Prosecco
  • Fresh pineapple and fresh mint for garnish

Instructions

  1. Pour one part vodka and two parts pineapple juice into a coupe glass that has been chilled. 
  2. Top with Prosecco.
  3. Add some fresh mint and a pineapple wedge as garnish.

Mix Up Your Own Prosecco Vodka Cocktails

The party is far from over. With nine dazzling prosecco vodka cocktail recipes, you’re now equipped to become the ultimate home bartender in your own kitchen. It’s like having a VIP pass to the coolest speakeasy in town, and guess what? The dress code is as casual as your favorite loungewear!

In the spirit of staying on the pulse of all things trendy this holiday season or with any occasion, share your mixology masterpieces on social media. Embrace the hashtag game and challenge your friends to a virtual mix-off. After all, in the age of hashtags and filters, why should your cocktails be any less fabulous?

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Prosecco Vodka Cocktails FAQs

Does vodka and Prosecco go together?

Vodka and Prosecco make a dynamic duo in the cocktail world. Prosecco’s crisp and effervescent qualities complement vodka’s smooth and versatile nature, creating a delightful harmony of flavors. Mix them with your favorite fruit juices, liqueurs, or herbs for a truly refreshing concoction.

What does Prosecco mix well with?

Prosecco is a social butterfly when it comes to mixing. It plays well with a variety of flavors, making it a perfect partner for fruit juices like peach, orange, or strawberry. You can also experiment with elderflower liqueur, mint, or even a splash of bitters to add depth to your Prosecco creations.

What is vodka best mixed with?

Vodka is the chameleon of spirits, effortlessly adapting to a myriad of mixers. Whether it’s classic cola, zesty citrus, or even a splash of cranberry, vodka is incredibly versatile. It’s the go-to spirit for creating a wide range of cocktails, from the timeless Martini to trendy concoctions like the Moscow Mule. So, when in doubt, vodka is a safe bet for mixing magic.

What is the most popular Prosecco drink?

The most popular Prosecco drink, hands down, is the iconic Bellini. This elegant and effervescent cocktail originated in Venice, Italy, and consists of Prosecco and peach puree or peach nectar. The result is a dazzling, peach-infused, bubbly delight that has become a staple at brunches, celebrations, and any occasion deserving of a touch of glamour.

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