This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Riondo Prosecco. All opinions are 100% mine.
An easy drinking cocktail, like a thyme limoncello spritz, is perfect for all your summer activities. From a backyard BBQ to a bridal shower, you can never go wrong serving this cocktail!
During the spring and summer months, I love changing up my routine and enjoying light, easy cocktails like this thyme limoncello spritz. This super simple cocktail only requires a few ingredients and is topped off with Riondo Prosecco for the perfect finish.
Just like Champagne, the term prosecco refers to a sparkling wine that is using a specific type of grape from a specific region: glera grapes grown in the north-east Veneto region of Italy. Prosecco is typically extremely reasonably priced and has become popular thanks to its light, fruity taste with just a hint of sweetness.
Riondo Prosecco is an authentic Italian sparkling wine and actually is the #1 sparkling wine in Italy. It features a twist off cap making it super easy to enjoy. Of course, you can also find Riondo Prosecco with a traditional cork closure too. No matter which bottle type I choose, I love using it in my cocktails because it provides just the right amount of effervescence.
A thyme limoncello spritz is like taking a quick trip to Italy with each taste. I love how light and refreshing it is with the perfect amount of bubbles thanks to Riondo Prosecco.
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Thyme Limoncello Spritz
- 2 oz Limoncello liqueur
- 3/4 oz Club soda
- 1/2 oz Thyme simple syrup optional
- 1 1/2 oz Riondo Prosecco
- Lemon slices
- Fresh thyme
1. Combine Limoncello, club soda and simple syrup in glass. Stir to combine. Add ice until about 2/3 full. Add prosecco and garnish with lemon slices and thyme.