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Campari Wine Spritzer

September 16, 2016
Campari Wine Spritzer Recipe

Hi There! Today I’ve got a quick and easy cocktail for your Friday. This is a most efficient drink and one you will find yourself making again and again because for the amount of effort (or lack thereof) the results are truly stellar.

Campari Wine Cocktail Recipe

We are all familiar with Campari, right? It is the cardinal red Italian apéritif used to make Negronis and Americanos and all those other fancy drinks we like to sip on date night. Its bitter orange flavor is incredibly refreshing and us lovers of all things bitter might even enjoy it poured over ice but let’s not be crass.

Campari Wine Cocktail Recipe

Now let’s move on to the wine. A dry, steely white wine with just a touch of fruit cuts through the bitterness of the Campari. I used Pinot Grigio to keep with the Italian theme but it depends on how sweet you’d like it to be. I would only recommend to stay away from Chardonnay; it has too much of a woodsy thing going on to be good here.

Campari Wine Cocktail Recipe

Finally a splash of sparkling mineral water adds effervescence for a refreshing drink that is perfect for sipping before dinner. Our mineral water of choice is Topo Chico, bottled at the source in Monterrey, Mexico, just saying.

Campari Wine Cocktail Recipe

Don’t forget the lemon slices, also, orange would be good. Have a great weekend mi gente!!

Campari Wine Spritzer Recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 1 drink

A simple drink idea: bittersweet, fire-red Campari mixed with dry white wine, a fizzy splash of cold sparkling water and a few thin lemon slices.

Ingredients

  • 1 part Campari
  • 2 parts chilled white wine, such as Pinot Grigio
  • Splash cold sparkling water
  • Lemon slices

Instructions

  1. Fill a rocks glass with ice. Pour in Campari and wine, add a splash of sparkling water and stir to combine. Add a few lemon slices and enjoy.
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  • Sherrie September 28, 2016 at 1:50 pm

    My Bolognese mother-in-law got me hooked on Campari when I first visiting Italy in 2008. I can’t quit it ever since. I’m loving the images on this post, and I’m happy to be discovering more of your work and connect, Kate. xx