One for the gin lovers out there, the French 75 is named after a World War I field gun. Here we’ve substituted champagne with Prosecco to make the Prosecco French 75.
There’s never not a good time to drink Prosecco, but you can also have your fizz and eat it. As the sparkling Italian white has a slightly sweet flavour profile, it's perfect for creating some show-stopping desserts or sweet treats for a fancy occasion.
Next up in our Cocktail Of The Week series, we show you how to make the perfect Cynar Spritz.
In the first of our Cocktail Of The Week series, we share the recipe for the perfect Garibaldi Fizz: a Prosecco infused twist of a classic aperitivo.
Without further ado, we’d like you to meet the first wave of producers and partners who will be joining us at Oval Space in April.
We spoke to Samantha Aldar from East London Wine School - friends of Prosecco Springs and hosts of our wonderful masterclasses - to get an insider’s guide to everyone's favourite sparkling wine.