Fun Festive Cocktails

Fun Festive Cocktails

Why not try Pizzini’s favourite party season wine cocktail recipes for your Christmas celebration…

Mirtillo Blush

To add a Christmas-look to a classic glass of Pizzini Prosecco, add a splash of gin and Cranberry Juice.

Not only will your glass look festive, this balanced combo complements the dry finish of the Prosecco.

Christmas tip: If using a tall wine glass, use the length of mint, and place in the glass like you would a straw.

Makes Two.


  • One serve of chilled Pizzini Prosecco
  • Half a lime juiced
  • 45ml Sloe Gin (pink gin works well too)
  • 60ml Cranberry Juice
  • 15ml brown sugar syrup
  • 60ml Cranberry Juice
  • 15ml brown sugar syrup


  1. Place all ingredients except the prosecco in a shaker, shake with ice
  2. Strain and pour into a Prosecco glass, top up with Prosecco
  3. Garnish with frozen raspberries and mint.

Brachetto Mule

Cool down when the mercury starts to rise with an iced glass of Brachetto with a twist.

Christmas tip: For an even cooler cocktail, place your glasses in the freezer for 10 minutes prior to using.

Makes One


  • One serve of chilled Pizzini Brachetto
  • 60 ml White Rum
  • 60 ml ginger beer
  • 4 mint leaves


  1. Muddle lime, add mint, rum and a little bit of ice
  2. Shake, pour all into a high ball glass
  3. Add ginger beer and top with Brachetto

Summer spritz

One of the best ways to enjoy a glass of Pizzini Prosecco is to make it a spritz. Because of the simplicity of a spritz, many different flavour combos work well - so there’s something for everyone’s palate.

Simply add a splash of soda to your Pizzini Prosecco and your favourite fresh fruit juice.

Fresh pear and apple juice with some lemon, lime and orange slices will take your glass of Prosecco to party status.

Christmas tip: With a variety of ingredients, create a prosecco spritz station. The hero at your festive celebration; giving guests the option to choose their own spritz combo.


  • Two parts of Pizzini Prosecco
  • Two parts of fruit juice or fruit syrup (of your choice)
  • Two to three pieces of fresh fruit slices (of your choice)
  • One-part soda water to fill glass
  • Ice
  • Large round wine glass / large round tumbler


  1. Add ice to glass
  2. Add two parts of your chosen juice and fresh fruit
  3. Add two parts of Pizzini Prosecco
  4. Fill glass with soda water and serve

You can easily adjust the ingredient ratios according to your own taste.

Pizzini lemon berry punch

If you’re looking for a festive drink to quench a group thirst at your Christmas or holiday party, then a punch a is a great option.

Christmas tip: To save time, make a large quantity ahead of guests arriving.

Ingredients (to serve 8)

  • One bottle of Pizzini Prosecco or for a sweeter punch, use Pizzini Brachetto
  • Two cups of lemon mineral water
  • One orange
  • Two lemons
  • One cup of halved and pitted strawberries
  • One cup of blueberries
  • One cub of soda water as needed
  • Ice
  • A large jug and eight tumbler glasses


  1. Slice orange and one lemon and add to jug with berries.
  2. Zest and juice remaining lemon into jug.
  3. Add once cup of lemon mineral water and bottle of Pizzini prosecco. Stir all ingredients and taste.
  4. Add remaining soda water and taste. For extra sweetness, add second cup of lemon mineral water.
  5. Place jug in fridge for an hour for fruit to marinate.
  6. Add ice into jug, stir and serve into tumbler glasses.

Apple Pie

Plum pudding isn’t for everyone. Apple Pie perhaps??

Makes  2


  • One serve of Lana Moscato
  • 15ml Lemon Juice
  • 60ml Cloudy apple Juice


  1. Place all, except the Moscato in a shaker and shake with ice….
  2. Strain & pour into a martini glass
  3. Fill glass with chilled Moscato, garnish with a cinnamon stick.