This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Riondo Prosecco. All opinions are 100% mine.
There’s no denying that the Negroni has grown in popularity over the last year and it’s safe to say it’s on the “it list” of cocktails. Here in Columbus, Ohio restaurants and bars even held a Negroni week featuring different Negroni cocktail recipe variations throughout the entire week… so fun! It got me thinking about how I could mix up this sophisticated Italian cocktail and naturally I thought… add bubbles! Bubbles make everything more fun, right?! Adding Riondo Prosecco to the mix just ups the authentic Italian vibe of the Negroni with it being the #1 prosecco in Italy. Adding Riondo Prosecco with a scoop of orange sorbet instantly summer-izes the Negroni; summer-izes is a word, right? 😉
The delicious and sparkly bubbles of Riondo Prosecco make a delightful addition to any summer cocktail. For this version of a Negroni, the Prosecco and the orange sorbet make the sweet vermouth unnecessary and paired with the bitterness of the Campari make a perfect contrast. The reasonable price point and screw-top cap make this the least-pretentious (yet highly sophisticated!) bubbly you’ll ever enjoy. Riondo even comes in darling small bambino size bottles and cork top bottles, too.
These Negroni Sparkling Sorbet Floats are the perfect party cocktail to serve all summer long or to just enjoy on a hot afternoon on the patio with your favorite book. It’s the perfect refreshing, frothy treat!
Negroni Sparkling Sorbet Float
- 1 oz. Campari
- 1 oz gin
- 1 scoop orange sorbet or sherbet
- Approximately 2 oz Riondo Prosecco
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- Add orange sorbet to a glass. Pour Campari and gin over sorbet and top off with Prosecco; serve!
Make sure to whip some of these Negroni Sparkling Sorbet Floats for National Prosecco Day on August 13th and check out these other delicious Riondo Prosecco Cocktails!
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