Sirene Spritz

2 minutes total
Makes 1 servings

The traditional spritz formula calls for...

a bitter aperitif lengthened with sparkling wine and soda water; here, we swap the water for a bracingly tart Italian lemon soda to offset the light bitterness of Sirene, a modern hand-made aperitif from northern Italy. The result is a bright, citrusy, and endlessly refreshing aperitif perfect for these hot summer afternoons.

What You'll Need


For the shopping list

  • ice
  • lemon peel

From our shop

1 ounce of  Sirene Americano Bianco
$41.00– Verona - Italy
3 ounces of  Veneto Frizzante
$14.00– Italy
2 ounces of  Limonata Soda
$3.00– Sicily - Italy


From the kitchen

  • cocktail jigger
  • peeler
  • favorite glassware

What you'll have to do

Step 1

Fill a wine glass with ice.

Step 2

Add 1oz Sirene Bianco, 3oz Prosecco, and 2oz of A'Siciliana Limontata.

Step 3

Garnish with a lemon peel and dream of Italy.

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