How do you order a Negroni with prosecco?

Answered by Matthew Yawn

When it comes to ordering a with prosecco, there are a few ways to go about it. As an expert sommelier and brewer, I have had the pleasure of trying different variations of this classic cocktail. Let me guide you through the process of ordering a Negroni with prosecco in the most explicit way possible.

1. Specify the type of Negroni: Start by ordering a Negroni. This classic cocktail typically consists of equal parts Campari, sweet , and . The Negroni is known for its and bold flavor profile, which is balanced by the sweetness of the vermouth.

2. Introduce the “sbagliato” twist: To add a twist to the classic Negroni, you can specify that you want a Negroni sbagliato. In Italian, “sbagliato” translates to “mistaken” or “wrong.” This variation replaces the gin with prosecco, a from Italy. This substitution gives the cocktail a lighter and effervescent character.

3. Emphasize the use of prosecco: While ordering a Negroni sbagliato, it is important to mention that you want prosecco in it. Prosecco is a dry, sparkling known for its fruity and floral notes. By specifying the use of prosecco, you ensure that the bartender adds the sparkling wine instead of gin.

4. Be explicit to avoid redundancy: It is worth noting that if you order a Negroni sbagliato, it is already implied that prosecco will be used instead of gin. Therefore, specifying prosecco in the order may be redundant. However, if you want to be extra clear about your preference, you can still mention that you want prosecco in your Negroni sbagliato.

To sum it up, when ordering a Negroni with prosecco, you can simply ask for a Negroni sbagliato. However, if you want to be specific, you can mention that you want prosecco in your Negroni sbagliato. Remember to savor the unique flavors of this delightful twist on a classic cocktail. Cheers!