Grape-Prosecco Spritzer

Grape-Prosecco spritzer

Total Time
19 hr
10 hr
Mix together a few simple ingredients to create a refreshing spritzer. Grapes, mint, and prosecco mixed with grape juice makes a delicious drink that comes together easily. The grapes and mint are muddled together to release their fresh flavors so that they will bind better with the alcohol. You want to be sure not to over-muddle the grapes and mint, as this will lead to a bitter taste. If you don't have a muddler on-hand, you can use a wooden spoon instead. Frozen grapes make a beautiful garnish for this drink. Make sure to freeze extra grapes if you plan on making cocktails for a crowd.


Red seedless grapes

12 item(s), such as Concord or Red Globe

Fresh mint leaves

6 item(s), (plus extra for garnish)


6 fl oz, or any dry sparkling wine

Sparkling water

2 fl oz

Grape juice

2 fl oz, Concord variety suggested


  1. Wash the grapes. Thread 3 grapes onto each of 2 toothpicks or cut bamboo skewers; freeze the grapes until solid, preferably overnight.
  2. In a cocktail shaker, muddle the remaining 6 grapes and the mint leaves; add the ice to nearly fill the shaker. Pour in the prosecco; swirl until well mixed. Divide between two glasses with a little ice; top each with 1 fl oz of sparkling water. Slowly pour 1 fl oz of grape juice into each glass, letting it settle to the bottom; garnish each drink with grapes and serve.
  3. Serving size: 5 fl oz with ice.