Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

This one Step Will Make Your Negroni Better

Ready for a next-level negroni? Follow this recipe:


  • 1 ounce Campari
  • 1 ounce sweet vermouth
  • 3 ounces prosecco
  • Orange half-wheel for garnish


Combine the ingredients in a rocks glass over ice and garnish with the orange wheel.

Now drink up!

Love prosecco and Italian folklore? Then we’ve got the cocktail for you: the negroni sbagliato from the 2017 James Beard Award–nominated Spritz. The “buoyant little cousin” of the negroni, this effervescent drink has quite the backstory. In the early 1970s, at one of Milan’s most celebrated establishments, Bar Basso, beloved barman Mirko Stocchetto was whipping up a negroni when he “accidentally” swapped prosecco for gin. The end result? This seriously refreshing, bubbly negroni riff (note: the name is perfetto because sbagliatomeans “mistaken” or “incorrect” in Italian).

Read full article here.


Scott is the GM of Jerry's Kitchen. He blogs about food, eating, restaurants, and catering. Philadelphia, PA - Atlanta, GA - Charlotte, NC - Miami, FL - Washington D.C.

Find us