What cocktails can I make with Martini Rosso, prosecco, and bitter Campari?

Cocktail Colin says:

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Based on your request for a cocktail with Martini Rosso, Prosecco, and Bitter Campari, I would suggest the *MonteNegroni*. This cocktail is a sophisticated twist on the classic Negroni, featuring a blend of red vermouth (similar to Martini Rosso), dry gin, and Amaro (providing the bitter element akin to Campari). The MonteNegroni offers a well-balanced mix of sweet, herbaceous, and bitter flavors perfect for those with a more modern palate. With a high rating of 4.7/5, this cocktail is sure to provide a unique and enjoyable drinking experience.

If you'd like to explore more options, the *Negroni Sbagliato* could also be a great choice. It incorporates red vermouth and Aperol like in your request, but substitutes Prosecco for gin. This creates a lighter, effervescent version of the classic Negroni with a refreshing fizz, an excellent option for those looking for a bubbly twist to their cocktail.

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You asked: Cocktails with Martini Rosso, prosecco, and bitter Campari?. We found 10 cocktails answering the question.


The Negroni is a classic Italian cocktail that has been enjoyed for over a century. The drink is made up...

Gin (30ml), Campari (30ml), Red vermouth (30ml)

3 ingredients
4.84 / 5

Milano Torino

The Milano Torino is a classic Italian cocktail with a rich history, bringing together the best of both cities it's...

Aperol (30ml), Red vermouth (30ml)

2 ingredients
4.7 / 5


The MonteNegroni cocktail is a sophisticated and alluring twist on the classic Negroni, offering a unique blend of flavors that...

Red vermouth (25ml), Dry gin (30ml), Amaro (30ml)

3 ingredients
4.7 / 5

Spritz Al Bitter

Spritz Al Bitter is a light and refreshing cocktail that originated in Italy. Its name comes from the main ingredient,...

Soda water (20ml), Champagne / prosecco (60ml), Campari (40ml)

3 ingredients
4.57 / 5

Negroni Sbagliato

The Negroni Sbagliato, an intriguing variant of the classic Negroni, swaps out gin for a bubbly twist of Champagne or...

Red vermouth (30ml), Aperol (30ml), Champagne / prosecco (60ml)

3 ingredients
4.5 / 5

Rose Prosecco

The Rose Prosecco cocktail is an elegant and aromatic beverage that combines the crisp effervescence of Champagne with the delicate...

Rose Syrup (Dash), Champagne / prosecco (150ml)

2 ingredients
4.44 / 5

Aperol Spritz

The Aperol Spritz is a classic Italian cocktail that has gained widespread popularity in recent years. Hailing from Venice, Italy,...

Soda water (Dash), Champagne / prosecco (60ml), Orange liqueur (45ml)

3 ingredients
4.37 / 5


The Americano is a classic cocktail created in Italy in the late 19th century. Its name comes from the Italian...

Campari (30ml), Red vermouth (30ml), Soda water (Splash)

3 ingredients
4.24 / 5

Spritz Veneziano

Spritz Veneziano is a classic Italian cocktail that originated in Venice, Italy in the 19th century. It is a refreshing...

Soda water (Splash), Champagne / prosecco (60ml), Aperol (40ml)

3 ingredients
4.2 / 5


We've collated some quick fire Q&A's on the question to help you find exactly what you're looking for.

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What is Martini Rosso?

Martini Rosso is a type of red vermouth, an Italian fortified wine flavored with various botanicals. It is commonly used in cocktails to add a rich, complex flavor profile.

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What does Campari taste like?

Campari has a distinct bitter and herbal flavor, with notes of citrus and spice. It is commonly used in aperitif-style cocktails and contributes a vibrant red color.

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Can I substitute Campari with another bitter liqueur?

Yes, you can substitute Campari with other bitter liqueurs like Aperol or a gentian-based liqueur. However, keep in mind that these substitutes might alter the flavor profile slightly.

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What is the best way to serve cocktails with prosecco?

Cocktails with prosecco are best served chilled in a flute or coupe glass to preserve the bubbles. These cocktails are typically light and refreshing, perfect for celebrations.

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Can I make a non-alcoholic version of a Negroni Sbagliato?

Yes, you can make a non-alcoholic version by using non-alcoholic red vermouth and a non-alcoholic bitter aperitif. Combine these with sparkling water or a non-alcoholic sparkling wine for a refreshing alternative.

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