This Raspberry Limoncello Prosecco recipe post is sponsored by Santa Margherita. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Another round of cocktails, anyone!? If you’re a fan of Prosecco then today you’re in luck because I’ve got another delicious cocktail recipe for you my friend! I’ve put a delicious spin on the traditional glass of Prosecco and present to you… the Raspberry Limoncello Prosecco!
Grab the recipe below! It’s perfect for entertaining, whether it be a girls’ night or holiday gathering, or just simply a way to wine down and treat yo’self after a long day! With just 4 simple ingredients, it’s also quite easy to make!
RASPBERRY LIMONCELLO PROSECCO
– 1 bottle Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore DOCG
– 1 cup Limoncello
– 1 cup raspberries, muddled & for garnish
– 2 lemons, for garnish
1. Coat the rim of a stemless wine glass with sugar.
2. At the bottom of the wine glass, muddle approximately 4-5 raspberries.
3. Fill each glass half way with Prosecco, then fill the remaining of the glass with Limoncello.
4. Garnish with fresh sliced lemon and raspberries before serving.
This Raspberry Limoncello Prosecco is so refreshing and great year-round. The fresh taste of lemon can easily be enjoyed in the warmer spring and summer months while the raspberries add a nice touch for the holiday season.
The Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore used in this recipe is a delicious versatile premium classic Italian wine that can be enjoyed anywhere (at home or out at date night) and paired with just about anything!
It’s no wonder this cocktail is always one of my go-to drink recipes for a number of occasions!
Santa Margherita Sparkling Rosé is also one of my favorite wines and can be used in place of the Prosecco in this recipe! I love how it’s a premium brand with great flavors. When I feel like changing things up, rosé is my second choice, but both are delicious!
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