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Luxardo Aperitivo’s low alcoholic content and refreshing botanical and citrus flavors make it the perfect companion for Prosecco and a sunny brunch spread.

Ingredients

2 oz. Luxardo Aperitivo

3 oz. Prosecco

1 oz. club soda
 

Orange slice for garnish

Directions

Step 1

Fill a balloon glass with ice.

Step 2

Pour in the Luxardo Aperitivo, then Prosecco.

Step 3

Top with a splash of club soda and an orange slice.

1920s

Era of Origin

Aperitivo spritz

Aperitivo hour, the Luxardo way!

         t’s not a Spritz without the telltale orange of   

         Aperitivo. And it’s not summertime til you’ve

         clinked balloon glasses of the bubbly, bittersweet drink. Long before the orange drink took over Instagram — approximately 200 years before — Italians were enjoying Aperitivo hour with a timeless Spritz.

 

In the early 1800s, Austrians in Northern Italy began enjoying their wine with a splash, or in German, a “spritz” of water. By the 1920s, the Spritz had gained its telltale orange hue, and by the 1950s, grown into a cocktail recipe of orange-flavored Italian liqueur and Prosecco, topped with sparkling water. But one thing has never changed — the Spritz has always been the drink of Italian summer.

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