Fresh lemons and strawberries are mixed with bubbly prosecco for a refreshing prosecco sangria recipe. It’s perfect for spring and summer!

strawberry lemon prosecco sangria in stemless wine glass

If you follow me on Instagram there’s a great chance you’ve seen me take pictures at Queenstown Public House. It’s my “Cheers” if you will. The neighborhood bar where everybody knows my name.

It’s a gem and I’m a creature of habit. What can I say? I find something I love, I stick with it.

One of the things that keeps me coming back time and time again is their Prosecco Mint Sangria. It’s amazing.  So amazing that I decided to recreate it at home last weekend and share my version with you all!

My version of the sangria is a lemon berry prosecco sangria with optional mint!

It literally couldn’t be easier to make. Simply muddle the lemons, sugar and strawberries together. If you don’t have a muddler, the back of a spoon will work also. Pour some prosecco in and you’ve got THE BEST lemon berry prosecco sangria!

prosecco sangria in glass with strawberry, lemon and mint garnish

Step by step instructions

  1. Muddle lemon slices with sugar. Add a sliced lemon to the bottom of a pitcher or punch bowl and sprinkle sugar on top of the lemon slices. Use a muddler or the back of a spoon to muddle the sugar into the lemons, while releasing the lemon juice.
    • Note: muddling might sound complicated, but it’s super easy! It’s the process of mashing fruit, herbs or spices in a cocktail to bring out the flavor. If you don’t own a muddler, the back of a spoon will also work.
  2. Muddle the strawberries. Now that you’ve got muddling down, add some sliced strawberries to the pitcher and use your muddler to squish the strawberries and release their natural juices and flavor.
  3. Add the prosecco. Fill the pitcher with a bottle of prosecco and stir to combine everything. Serve immediately or store in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
  4. Serve over ice in glasses. Add ice to four glasses, pour the sangria over the ice and serve.
    • Quick tip! I do not recommend adding ice to the pitcher of sangria. If you do not serve all of the sangria immediately after it’s made, the ice will melt in the pitcher and water down the sangria.
lemon berry prosecco sangria in glass with strawberry, lemon and mint garnish on the side

Tips and tricks

  • You can make this recipe ahead of time. I recommend no more than 8 hours in advance, after that you’ll start to loose some of the prosecco bubbly goodness.
  • If you want to add mint to the sangria, add 1/4 cup of fresh mint to the pitcher with the strawberries and muddle it in with the lemons, strawberries and sugar.
  • Feel free to use another sparkling wine instead of prosecco. I’d recommend a sparkling rosé or brut champagne.
  • If you want to use another sweetener besides sugar, feel free to sub in honey, maple syrup or agave syrup.

What to serve with sangria

This sparkling sangria recipe is perfect for parties paired with delicious snacks! It’s great for bridal showers, baby showers, birthday parties or pool parties! Try it at your next party with one or two of these tasty appetizers:

It’s also great for a boozy brunch! Try it with one of these brunch recipes:

strawberry lemon sangria in glasses

More sangria recipes to try

Sangria is one of my favorite drinks, therefore I’ve made a lot of variations of the cocktail over the years. Create a “Sangria Bar” at your next party and try one of each flavor!

Fresh lemons and strawberries are mixed with bubbly prosecco for a refreshing prosecco sangria recipe that is perfect for spring and summer!
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Lemon Berry Prosecco Sangria

Fresh lemons and strawberries are mixed with bubbly prosecco for a refreshing prosecco sangria recipe that is perfect for spring and summer!

Ingredients

  • 1 lemon, thinly sliced
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • ¼ cup strawberries, de-stemmed & sliced
  • 750 ml bottle prosecco, chilled

Instructions

  • Place the lemons in the bottom of a pitcher or punch bowl.
  • Sprinkle the sugar on top and muddle the sugar into the lemons.
  • Add the sliced strawberries.
  • Muddle the strawberries in with the sugar and lemon slices.
  • Add the prosecco to the pitcher.
  • Serve immediately or store in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
  • Add ice to four glasses, pour the sangria over the ice and serve.

Notes

  • I do not recommend adding ice to the pitcher of sangria. If you do not serve all of the sangria immediately after it’s made, the ice will melt in the pitcher and water down the sangria.
  • Muddling is the process of mashing fruit, herbs or spices in a cocktail to bring out the flavor. If you don’t own a muddler, the back of a spoon will also work.
  • You can make this recipe ahead of time. I recommend no more than 8 hours in advance, after that you’ll start to loose some of the prosecco bubbly goodness.
  • If you want to add mint to the sangria, add 1/4 cup of fresh mint to the pitcher with the strawberries and muddle it in with the lemons, strawberries and sugar.
  • Feel free to use another sparkling wine instead of prosecco. I’d recommend a sparkling rosé or brut champagne.
  • If you want to use another sweetener besides sugar, feel free to sub in honey, maple syrup or agave syrup.

Nutrition Facts

Calories 125kcal (6%)Carbohydrates 11g (4%)Sodium 13mg (1%)Potassium 216mg (6%)Sugar 9g (10%)Vitamin C 19.6mg (24%)Calcium 24mg (2%)Iron 0.9mg (5%)
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