Another famous Prosecco cocktail, the Negroni Sbagliato (Italian for ‘wrong’ or ‘mistaken’ Negroni) is named after a happy mistake at Milan’s famous Bar Basso, when a cocktail waiter accidentally grabbed a bottle of Prosecco instead of a bottle of gin when making a Negroni for a customer. The combination of Prosecco, Campari, and Vermouth Rosso makes this quite a dry cocktail, which is ideal served as an aperitif. The ingredients below are for a single cocktail.
30ml Vermouth Rosso (semi-sweet, Italian Vermouth)
Orange (for garnish)
- Fill a tumbler with ice cubes, and add Campari, vermouth and Prosecco, in that order.
- Give it a stir, and garnish with a slice of orange.