Prosecco Berry Sparkler
Yummy blueberries, raspberries, blackberries or sliced strawberries tossed in a homemade syrup are so sweetly satisfying that you'll want to celebrate every day with this cocktail!
John's Sparkling Negroni
Fill your flutes to the brim with this gin, vermouth and champagne mixed drink. Top it off with a lemon wedge to add a kick of zest.
Sparkling Cinnamon Punch
Entertaining a big crowd? This spicy cinnamon punch serves 20 and has a little something for everybody in it.
Infuse prosecco with everyone's favorite fruit during the holidays: cranberries! This recipes calls for both it's tart flavor and festive beauty as a garnish.
Use grapefruit juice instead of orange juice for a twist on the classic morning mimosa.
Sparkling Grape Cocktails
This big-batch cocktail calls for 36 grapes -- 16 frozen as a garnish and 20 mashed to perfection, then whisked into grape juice and honey. That's some sweet stuff.
Sparkling Bourbon Cocktails
Sparkling apple cider gives this bourbon cocktail a burst of bubbly perfection.
Kick start that party with this citrus champagne cocktail with a hint of vodka.
This is on festive cocktail! Garnish the glass with a tangerine section for a more laid-back presentation.
Pomegranate juice gives this sparkler a deep color and orange juice it a tasty citrus flavor.
Green Tea Champagne
Tea lovers rejoice! Bring the best of both worlds together in this green tea bubbly sipper.
Champagne & Chambord
This is the fastest cocktail ever: Just add chambord to champagne and you're done. It's as easy as that!
Passion Fruit Fizz Sour
Treat your guests to a thick and fizzy passion fruit drink with a splash of your choice of champagne.
Strawberry Prosecco Sparkler
Sparkling wine meets the sweetness of strawberries in this bubbling cocktail.
Give classic champagne a facelift by adding a splash of cherry and lemon juice to the mix.
Lavender and prosecco are a match made in bubbly heaven!
New Cocktail Tricks
Upgrade your home bar with these cheap and easy cocktail ideas from hip mixologists.