Strawberry Prosecco – one sip and you’ll be in love!
I must confess, I do love a glass of wine. I am particularly partial to the sparkling variety. Let’s face it, there is something special about celebrating with a glass of champagne, or enjoying a relaxing brunch with friends over a cheeky mimosa.
And of course, there is the classic pairing of fresh strawberries with sparkling wine or champagne.
This is my take on this! Introducing my Strawberry Prosecco drink. I recently posted a recipe for Easy Strawberry Sauce. I had some left over and decided to put a little in my glass of Prosecco. It was really that good that I had to share it with you!
Prosecco, for those who do not know, is the name of an Italian suburb (formerly village) near Trieste, which is where the grapes and wine originates from.
Prosecco is the main ingredient of a couple of other favourite cocktails of mine, the Bellini and the Spritz. (You might like to try these another time also!)
I love enjoying the frizzante style of Prosecco – the semi-sparkling variety. Yes, it is a refreshing drink. Make it even more delicious by creating my Strawberry Prosecco!
There is one small change to the Easy Strawberry Sauce recipe – you need to sieve the sauce for an extra smooth consistency. From there, you are ready to go.
To assemble the Strawberry Prosecco only requires two simple steps. Place some of the sieved strawberry sauce in the bottom of a champagne flute. Then, top with Prosecco (or sparkling white wine of your choice).
So, in conclusion, there you have it – Strawberry Prosecco! Despite the deliciousness, do make sure you drink in moderation 😉
Enjoy! Please let me know what you think in the comments.
P.S. What’s better than sparkling wine and chocolate? Pair this delicious drink with my Chocolate Coated Strawberries!
For accuracy, when weights are provided, we recommend weighing your ingredients. This will produce the best results.
- 750 ml Prosecco
- 6 tablespoon Easy Strawberry Sauce
- Using my Easy Strawberry Sauce – Put the mixture through a fine sieve.
- Put one-two tablespoons of the strawberry sauce in the bottom of a champagne flute/wine glass.
- Top with Prosecco, or sparkling wine of your choice.Stir gently to mix.
- Enjoy! Cheers!
The nutritional information is an estimate only, and is derived from online calculators. For accurate results, we recommend calculating the nutritional information based on the ingredients and brands you use.