Still Prosecco Sbagliato Recipe

Still Prosecco Sbagliato

Get ready to impress your friends with this Still Prosecco Sbagliato recipe, a delightful twist on the classic Negroni Sbagliato. This recipe swaps the usual sparkling wine for still Prosecco, giving it a smooth, elegant touch. 

This fascinating prosecco cocktail combines the bitterness of Campari with the sweetness of vermouth and the subtlety of still Prosecco. The result is a refreshing cocktail that’s perfect for any occasion.  It’s a simple yet sophisticated drink that will elevate your cocktail game.

Read on to learn how to make this unique drink to enjoy and impress your friends and family!

Voga bottle

What is VOGA Prosecco Still?

Prosecco is an Italian sparkling wine that hails from the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions in Northeastern Italy. Known for its light, fruity flavor, Prosecco is made primarily from the Glera grape. 

Prosecco comes in three main types: Spumante, Frizzante, and Tranquillo. Spumante is the most common and is fully sparkling, known for its vibrant bubbles and crisp, refreshing taste, often enjoyed during celebrations. 

Frizzante is semi-sparkling, with a lighter fizz that makes it more versatile and suitable for casual occasions. Tranquillo, or Still Prosecco, has no bubbles and offers a delicate, smooth flavor profile.

Still Prosecco is made by fermenting glera grapes in wine tasks, like in the Charmat method. However, in this case, the second fermentation process that creates bubbles is skipped. 

VOGA Still Prosecco is creamy in nature and is perfect for those who prefer a less bubbly, but equally delightful beverage. The still Sbagliato cocktail is a delightful way to enjoy VOGA Prosecco Still. 


A glass and bottle of Voga


The origin of Still Prosecco Sbagliato stems from the classic Negroni Sbagliato, which means “mistaken” or “broken” Negroni in Italian. 

The traditional Negroni Sbagliato was created when a bartender accidentally used sparkling wine instead of gin, giving birth to a new, popular cocktail. This twist maintains the essence of the original mistake while providing a unique take on the beloved drink.

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Negroni Sbagliato with hand

Equipment and Ingredients  

For this recipe, you would need a mixing glass, cocktail mixing spoon, and a cocktail strainer. If unavailable, a large Mason jar, long-handed spoon, and mesh would do just fine.

  • 2 oz. VOGA Prosecco Still: This is a very important ingredient that makes all the difference in this drink.
  • 1 oz. Sweet Vermouth: For a balanced sweet taste.
  • 1 oz. Campari: The bitterness of Campari adds to the flavor.
  • Orange or Blood Orange Peel Garnish: For a delightful citrusy twist.
  • Ice: Because it tastes better cold.


Follow these easy steps to make this cocktail; 

  1. Combine the Campari, sweet Vermouth, and VOGA Prosecco Still in a mixing glass filled with ice. 
  2. Stir gently to blend the flavors. 
  3. Then strain into a chilled glass with fresh ice. 
  4. Garnish with an orange slice to add a hint of citrus aroma.
  5. Enjoy!

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