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A pretty, bubbly drink recipe: fresh strawberry Rossini cocktail with prosecco — perfect for brunch or everyday celebrating!

Strawberry Rossini Prosecco Cocktail

A strawberry prosecco cocktail is a perfect drink to serve for any get-together, from the most elegant to the just-for-fun.

All you need is a bottle of light, bubbly prosecco to pair with fresh, lightly sweetened strawberries and a splash of vodka or strawberry liqueur.

Then it’s time to celebrate!

I’ve always thought the best sentences start with just three little words: Pop the Cork. Don’t you agree?

Photo of three champagne flutes filled with strawberry and prosecco cocktails, with fresh strawberry garnish.

Along with the words, the actual sound of a cork emerging from a bottle with a pop, bang or that slow phssssstt indicating the energized presence of fizzy bubbles is amazing all by itself.

It has the power to lift up the spirits of everyone in the room, in the blink of an eye.

Like magic!

It’s one of the purest sounds of celebration that I know, and such a simple thing, really.

What is a Rossini cocktail?

This bubbly concoction is called a Rossini, named after a famous Italian composer known for his “bubbly compositions.”

It’s very much like the strawberry version of another classic Italian cocktail, the Bellini.

A Rossini swaps in fresh strawberries for the peaches mixed into Bellinis.

Image of a glass measuring cup with strawberry puree, with fresh strawberries and a cork.

Where a Bellini cocktail is peachy-colored like the sun setting on a beach, a Rossini is tinted a pretty rose-pink and is infused with fresh strawberry essence.

Classic versions of this drink call for just strawberries and prosecco, but I wanted to amplify the berry flavor so I added a splash of strawberry vodka.

You can substitute a strawberry-flavored liqueur instead, or just leave it out and enjoy the drink without either addition.

Any way you choose, Rossini cocktails are light and refreshing.

A strawberry Rossini is just the thing you want to drink or serve for a fun party, summer brunch. You can also make a batch of summer berry prosecco cocktails for a crowd!

Or, of course, while watching the sun going down somewhere 😉

Photo of three champagne flutes filled with strawberry and prosecco cocktails, with fresh strawberry garnish.

How to make a strawberry Rossini cocktail:

  • To make sure your drink scores a “10” on the refreshment scale, start with a very cold bottle of prosecco.
  • Choose ripe, red strawberries without soft spots or bruising.
  • Fun hack: To pour sparkling wine into the puree so that it doesn’t foam as much, hold the glass at an angle with one hand while slowly pouring the wine along the side of the glass with the other hand.
  • Stir the mixture gently with a chopstick or long thin utensil to blend.
Strawberry Rossini Prosecco Cocktail

Strawberry Prosecco Rossini Cocktail

Karen Tedesco
Make a pretty strawberry Rossini cocktail, a bubbly, fruity drink made with fresh strawberries and prosecco. Perfect for brunch or everyday celebrating!
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4.86 from 55 community reviews
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Drinks and Cocktails
Cuisine cocktails
Servings 6 drinks


  • 1 pound (450 g) strawberries, hulled and sliced in half
  • ¼ cup (50 g) sugar
  • 1 tablespoon (15 ml) strawberry flavored liqueur or vodka, optional
  • 1 tablespoon (15 ml) fresh squeezed lemon juice, about 1/2 of a juicy lemon
  • 1 (750 ml) bottle Prosecco, chilled
  • Sliced strawberries, for garnish


  • Puree the strawberries, sugar, liqueur and lemon juice in a blender until very smooth (makes appoximately 1½ cups puree).
  • Pour through a fine strainer set over a container with a pouring spout.
  • Pour the puree into glass flutes to fill by ⅓ (about 2-3 tablespoons per glass). Slowly pour Prosecco over the puree and stir gently — it will bubble up. Garnish glass with a slice of strawberry and enjoy.


Serving: 1serving | Calories: 124kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 10mg | Potassium: 226mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 14g | Vitamin A: 9IU | Vitamin C: 45mg | Calcium: 23mg | Iron: 1mg

Nutrition facts are calculated by third-party software. If you have specific dietary needs, please refer to your favorite calculator.

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  1. Oh my, but that sounds wonderful. Rossini is one of my favorite composers. He was quite the epicure as well. The Maestro would surely approve!

  2. Ooh, this sounds so good! Perfect for a weekend brunch celebration. 🙂

  3. Christy vogl says:

    Karen this looks delicious!! Great for celebrating Mother’s Day!

    1. Thanks Christy! It was a nice treat to drink up after I shot the photos 🙂