This refreshing Italian Spritz recipe has just 3 ingredients but is full of flavor. The herbal Aperol, with notes of orange, pairs perfectly with the bubbles from the sparkling wine and soda water. This easy summer cocktail is made to sip on a warm evening or any time you want a delighful treat.
Add 3 parts (sticking with ounces keeps things super easy) prosecco to the glass.
Add 2 parts Aperol.
Top with 1 part soda water.
Add a slice of orange.
Use an individual bottle or can of sparkling wine if you just want to make one. (But trust me, you'll want another!).Use club soda or sparkling water depending on how fizzy you like your cocktails.Prosecco is what they call Italian sparkling wine so you can substitute it with any type of sparkling wine like champagne or Cava.This is a great drink for a crowd! Just prep the bar area before your guests arrive: slice your oranges, set out some wine glasses and fun paper straws. The only tool you need is for measuring. Everyone can make their own.To make an even lower in alcohol drink, you can add more club soda and less of Aperol and champagne.The calories on this recipe card are not correct as the program doesn't have Aperol in its database. Women's Health says there is 125 calories in an Aperol Spritz Cocktail but their recipe is slightly different than mine.