Pop the bubbly, it’s almost Christmas! ‘Tis the season for wearing sparkles and sipping sparkling cocktails. Whether you’re hosting a holiday party or need some festive ideas to spice up Christmas at home with your family, I’m sharing 12 Christmas Prosecco cocktails that are sure to spread holiday cheer. If bubbles aren’t your thing, don’t miss my roundup of other holiday cocktails and Christmas cocktails to make this season.
12 CHRISTMAS PROSECCO COCKTAILS
Prosecco is the Italian cousin of Champagne (Champagne can technically only be produced in France) and tends to have more fruity and floral notes. Prosecco also tends to be on the slightly sweeter side. This sparkling Italian wine pairs perfectly with the festive flavors of Christmas (like orange, citrus, and cranberry) plus it’s just so fun to pop a bottle at a holiday party! Prosecco cocktails always add an air of fun and festivity, but especially at Christmas. Something about twinkly lights and bubbles just works! Today I’m sharing a roundup of Christmas Prosecco cocktails to try.
Recipe via Give It Some Thyme
Cranberry and orange is a classic holiday flavor combination, add a bit of Prosecco and you have a quick and easy Christmas cocktail! Add some fresh rosemary, frozen cranberries, and a slice of orange for a festive flair.
Recipe via Barley & Sage
I love this adaptation of one of my go-to summer drinks! Who says the Aperol Spritz is only for warm weather?! This recipe features cranberry simple syrup and a cinnamon stick to add a bit of holiday flavor.
Recipe via The Spruce Eats
It doesn’t get easier than this sparkling cranberry Prosecco cocktail. All you need is an orange liqueur (like Grand Marnier), some cranberry juice, and a bottle of Champagne or Prosecco. Pop a sprig of rosemary in the champagne flutes and you’re ready to serve!
Recipe via Half Baked Harvest
This recipe combines both ginger beer and bubbles for a festive and fizzy drink! While the recipe technically calls for champagne, I find you can always substitute another sparkling wine like Prosecco. Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint and pomegranate seeds for a true craft cocktail feel.
5. Grand Mimosa
Recipe via Once Upon A Chef
A classic mimosa with a fun twist – a splash of Grand Marnier! This recipe couldn’t be easier for a Christmas morning mimosa!
Recipe via Well Plated
When hosting a party, having a large batch drink is key. This Christmas Punch recipe calls for cranberry juice, apple cider, rum, ginger ale, and Prosecco. Fruit slices and fresh cranberries add some flavor and flair, and the best part is everyone can serve themself. This is sure to be a hit at any Christmas party and I love how it looks in a gorgeous punch bowl.
Recipe via Supper in the Suburbs
This modern take on a vintage cocktail (the Snowflake) is rich and creamy and looks so festive served in a coupe glass.
Recipe via How Sweet Eats
Simple, sweet, and festive – this Prosecco cocktail will surely get you in the spirit. If you’re not a fan of orange juice mimosas, this version uses cranberry juice instead. Go the extra mile by garnishing with sugared fresh cranberries (the steps couldn’t be easier!)
Recipe via Worn Slap Out
The cinnamon sugar rim is the star of the show in this wintery cocktail! Cranberry juice and Prosecco combine with springs of french rosemary and orange slices to create a delicious Christmas cocktail. Serve in a pretty coupe glass.
Recipe via Geo’s Table
This three ingredient cocktail goes down easy but feels especially festive with its blue color. Combine blue curaçao with cold Prosecco and a wedge of citrus to make this Holiday Blue Prosecco cocktail. A sugar rim is a fun extra!
Recipe via The Busy Baker
Cranberry juice, apple juice, and strawberry simple syrup set the scene for this berry flavored cocktail. Top with cold Prosecco and enjoy! Use club soda for a zero proof option or kid friendly option!
Recipe via The Cookie Rookie
This large batch punch is fizzy, tart, colorful, and so yummy! Prepare ahead of time in a pitcher or drink dispenser for easy access. This recipe includes lemonade and limeade concentrate, cranberry juice, and of course Prosecco! Garnish with a wedge of lime or top with frozen cranberries.