5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

What is New Year without champagne? But if you or your friends prefer a stronger glass of sparkling cocktail, we will not let tradition break. And the professional bartender and teacher of the WineState Sommelier School Roman Tabakov will help us in this - a person who is equally well versed in both wine and cocktails.

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5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

This cocktail was invented by Giuseppe Cipriani in 1948 for the presentation of the exhibition of the Italian painter Bellini in Venice and for a long time remained a hit in Moscow bars and clubs.

5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

COOKING TIME :

5 minutes

NUMBER OF PORTS:

4 servings

Ingredients

Wine (dry prosecco)

400 ml

Liquor (apricot is better, but peach will do)

50 ml

Peaches (fresh or canned)

1 pc.

Preparation

  1. Cut the peach into thin slices.

    Leave four slices for decoration, clean the rest, put in a blender, add cold liquor and mix until smooth.

  2. Add well-chilled Prosecco and very carefully so as not to lose gas, mix.
  3. Serve in a chilled glass for white wine or flute, garnishing with a slice of peach.

128 calories

5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

Version of the Bellini cocktail with strawberries.

5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

COOKING TIME :

5 minutes

NUMBER OF PORTS:

4 servings

Ingredients

Wine (dry prosecco)

400 ml

Strawberry (fresh or frozen)

10 pcs.

Preparation process

  1. Six strawberries, peel, put in a blender, add cold liquor and mix until smooth mashed potatoes.
  2. Add well-chilled Prosecco and very carefully so as not to lose gas, mix.
  3. Serve in a chilled glass for white wine or flute, dropping in each one whole berry.

175 calories

5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

The cocktail is named after the French howitzer 75- caliber, for in terms of "strike force" it is quite comparable to it. To prepare it, you will need to take a shaker and prepare the ice.

5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

COOKING TIME :

6 minutes

NUMBER OF PORTS:

4 servings

Ingredients

Wine (dry prosecco)

250 ml

Preparation process

  1. Pour gin into the shaker, add lemon juice, syrup and ice. Beat well.
  2. Fill half the chilled champagne glasses with shaker mix, then add the cold prosecco and garnish with a cherry or a spiral of lemon peel.

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5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

Ageless French classics. The most difficult thing is to find a quality French blackcurrant liqueur.

5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

COOKING TIME :

2 minutes

NUMBER OF PORTS:

4 servings

Ingredients

Wine (champagne or cream, but be sure to brut)

450 ml

Liqueur (French blackcurrant)

50 ml

Preparation process

  1. Cool the champagne well (up to 6-8 degrees), pour it into the glass and add the liquor. You can’t imagine anything easier!

230 calories

5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

So ​​you can translate the name this cocktail. Long drink is originally from Milan, from the famous cafe Bar Basso. According to legend, the bartender was mistaken when he prepared the classic Negroni and added sparkling wine instead of gin to Milanese bitter and vermouth. A cocktail from the category of bittersweet Italian aperitifs is perfect for starting the holiday, refreshing and stimulating appetite.

5 recipes for classic champagne-based cocktails

COOKING TIME :

5 minutes

NUMBER OF PORTS:

4 servings

Ingredients

Wine (dry prosecco)

120 ml

Wine (red vermouth)

120 ml

Liqueur (Campari bitter)

120 ml

Lemon (or orange)

4 wedges

Cooking process

  1. Mix Campari and red in a blender or shaker sweet vermouth. Pour into chilled glasses.
  2. Dip a few pieces of ice into each glass, add cold prosecco and garnish with slices of citrus.
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