1 ½ oz (45 ml) orange aperitivo (Aperol style)
½ oz (15 ml) grapefruit syrup
3 oz (90 ml) prosecco
½ oz (15ml) sparkling water
Orange and olive Cerignola (for garnish)
Pour the bitter liqueur and syrup into a wine glass with or without a stem filled with ice.
Stir with a chopstick or bar spoon until your fingers are cool.
Top up with sparkling wine and sparkling water.
Garnish with an orange slice and an olive.
About our Spritz
The spritz is the Italian aperitif par excellence. He was born in Venice and has undergone a superb evolution over time. In the 19th century, it was just a dash of sparkling water that you added to your glass of white wine. Then, the Italian bitter liqueur Apérol was added after its birth in 1919 and, finally, it froze in time with the arrival of Prosecco to replace the wine. Avoid putting few ice cubes in your glass, the mixture will lose its bite!