Champagne and wine cocktails
Pick me up cocktail: a sweet and fruity recipe ideal for a reception.
Embuscade: a cocktail from Caen in France to try during a trip to Normandy.
The Kir royal: when Champagne invites itself into a Kir...
The Spritz: the real recipe for one of the most famous classic cocktails in Italy.
Kir: the recipe for a French aperitif made with crème de cassis and white wine.
Kalimotxo (or Calimocho) cocktail: a spanish recipe made with red wine and Cola.
The Communard cocktail: a recipe derived from french kir, made with crème de cassis and red wine.
Poor man's Black Velvet cocktail: a derivative of the famous Black Velvet in a cider version.
Mimosa cocktail: an "orange champagne" to be made with freshly squeezed orange juice.
Black Velvet cocktail: a daring recipe that combines beer and Champagne.
Bellini cocktail: an Italian recipe created in 1948 in Venice.
Sangria: a fruity recipe from Spain.
Mulled wine: a great classic of the winter season.
Barbotage: a cocktail that combines sweetness and freshness with the finesse of Champagne.
Champagne cocktail: one of the greatest prestige cocktails, ideal for special occasions.
The Cardinal cocktail: a variant of the famous "kir" but with red wine.
Jacuzzi cocktail: a Champagne recipe rich in flavors.
Tinto de Verano cocktail: an emblematic spanish recipe meaning "summer red wine".
Air mail cocktail: a champagne recipe to serve ideally during the end of year celebrations.
Champagne Julep: a variant of the great classic Mint Julep.
Buck's Fizz: a cocktail made for the end of the year celebrations in the United Kingdom..
Champagne Cup: the most distinguished cocktail in the “Cups” family.
Death in the afternoon cocktail: a recipe with absinthe and champagne.
Bishop: a hot drink also called "spiced wine" or "English Bishop".
Champagne Punch: once you have tasted it you will no longer drink Champagne alone...