Fact: A little bit of sparkling prosecco will make any drink a lot more festive. Whip up one of these simple, bubbly cocktail recipes the next time you need to impress your girlfriends. Or your in-laws. Or heck, yourself. Whether you need a crowd-pleasing punch for a New Year’s Eve bash or a refreshing sipper for a summer brunch, here are 30 prosecco cocktails for every occasion.

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1. Pomegranate and Orange Punch

Festive ice cubes with pomegranate seeds and mint leaves add an extra wow factor.

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2. Cranberry-Mint Holiday Punch

This large-batch cocktail will keep the coupes full without any fuss.

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3. Frozen Aperol Spritz

It’s one part boozy, two parts refreshing and 100 percent our new favorite summer drink.

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4. Grapefruit Prosecco Cocktail

With only four ingredients, it’s impossible to mess this one up. (Use freshly squeezed grapefruit juice for major bonus points.)

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5. Bourbon Apple Cider Fizz Cocktail

This is the cocktail equivalent of your coziest winter sweater.

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6. St. Germain Cocktail

St. Germain is an elderflower liqueur. With notes of grapefruit, pear, lemon and jasmine, it’s the ideal complement to a splash of bubbly prosecco.

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7. Raspberry Limoncello Prosecco

Tart, sweet and bubbly, this cocktail has it all.

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8. Sparkling Apple Sangria

Think of it like sparkling apple juice…for adults.

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9. Grapefruit Cardamom Gin Fizz

Warm cardamon and earthy rosemary make an elegant pair for gin and prosecco, don’t you think?

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10. Lemon Raspberry Sorbet Prosecco Floats

We’ll be eating our ice cream with a side of bubbly booze from now on, please and thank you.

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11. Fresh Bellini Cocktail

Brunch called, and it’s bored of the same old mimosas. Switch things up with fresh, sweet peach juice.

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12. Strawberry Thyme Lillet Spritzers

Pretty as a painting, with soft herbal notes on the finish.

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13. Prosecco Margaritas

Make this crowd-pleasing big-batch recipe ahead of time for the easiest fiesta ever.

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14. Grapefruit Mimosa

Tart, crisp and goes oh-so well with practically any brunch recipe.

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15. Watermelon Mint Punch

This party punch is summer in a glass.

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16. Simple Champagne Cocktail

If combining bitters and Champagne (or prosecco) and calling it a cocktail is wrong, we don’t want to be right.

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17. Blood Orange Mule

Ginger beer + fresh blood orange juice + topped with sparkling prosecco = not your average mule.

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18. French 75

Prep everything but the prosecco ahead of time—then top with bubbly when company arrives.

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19. Apple Cider Champagne Cocktail

Bottles of bubbly aren't only for summer. This three-ingredient prosecco cocktail is meant to be sipped on a crisp fall day.

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20. Raspberry-Lime Champagne Punch

Thanks to the sweet-tart combo of raspberry and lime, you won't notice the vodka in this punch. Consider yourself warned.

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21. Fig Honey Thyme Prosecco Smash

Elderflower liquor turns this autumnal cocktail up a notch.

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22. Pineapple Prosecco Punch

Serve with a beach chair and dose of sunshine.

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23. Balsamic Peach Spritz

Balsamic vinegar adds a tart splash to this sweet bubbly drink.

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24. Grilled Pineapple Strawberry Lemonade Prosecco Sangria

Grilling pineapple brings out the fruit's natural sugars. Serve it with one of these backyard eats.

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26. Amaro Spritz

Or swap the Aperol for a less sweet, more bitter aperitif—the difference is night and day.

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27. Kir Royale

You had us at berry liqueur. (This tipple is traditionally made with Champagne, but prosecco also works just fine—make sure you choose a dry one.)

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28. Apple Cider Prosecco Spritz

Is that a crackling fire we hear? No, it’s just the fizz of a splash of prosecco.

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29. Peach Melba Raspberry Rosé Bellini Cocktail

It’s a mouthful in the best way possible. (Bonus: You can make it in a big batch.)

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30. Holiday Cheermeister Bourbon Punch

With a name like “Cheermeister,” how could you not enjoy it?

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