How to Make a Beautiful + Bubbly Prosecco Sangria

This Prosecco sangria recipe is light, bubbly, and super refreshing. Instead of having the fruit soak into wine, you add the Prosecco at the last minute so it stays bubbly.

And it’s beautiful! It’s perfect for a brunch buffet or anywhere else it can be out on display.

It is ideal for spring, but it would be welcome any time.

Fresh Prosecco Sangria

Bubbly, refreshing, and loaded with sweetened berries, you'll love this easy to make sangria recipe that mixes up in minutes and can be made ahead.
Serving Size 8 peoplel


  • big pitcher


  • ¼ cup fresh strawberries halved
  • ¼ cup blueberries whole
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 cup berry, peach, or lemon flavored vodka
  • 750 ML bottle of prosecco a budget friendly variety is fine!
  • 2 cups club soda


  • Combine. Combine the berries and sugar in a large pitcher, and set aside until the berries are juicy, about 15 minutes.
    sugared berries in glass pitcher.
  • Add vodka. Add the vodka. Stir well and refrigerate 2-4 hours.
    pouring vodka into pitcher.
  • Add club soda and Prosecco. Add the club soda and Prosecco immediately before serving. Stir and serve cold.


Our favorite vodka to use with this is Raspberry Stoli.
Calories: 137kcal | Carbohydrates: 7g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 19mg | Potassium: 95mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 6g | Vitamin A: 3IU | Vitamin C: 3mg | Calcium: 12mg | Iron: 1mg
glass of prosecco sangria with fruit and mint leaves

Prosecco Sangria Tips

  • Berry Magic: Letting them sit with sugar sweetens the drink and extracts the rich, fruity flavors, making the sangria taste richer.
  • Chill Out: It’s crucial to refrigerate the mixture for 2-4 hours after adding the vodka.
  • Last Minute Fizz: Add the club soda and Prosecco right before serving. This ensures that the drink retains its fizz and stays lively.
  • Flavor Variations: Don’t hesitate to experiment. Though raspberry Stoli vodka is a favorite, trying other fruit-flavored vodkas can bring in a fresh twist. Try lemon or peach!
  • Batch Cocktails: This easy sangria recipe is perfect for making in large batches. Prepare a pitcher of sangria for your next summer barbecue or girls’ night.
  • Fresh Fruit: Adding a mix of fresh strawberries, blueberries, and fresh peaches not only enhances the flavor but also gives the sangria a beautiful presentation.
  • Sugar Dissolve: Make sure to let the berries sit with the sugar until the sugar dissolves completely, releasing all the natural juices and sweetness into the sangria.
prosecco, blueberries, strawberries, club soda, and sugar

Serving Suggestions

Serve with lemon-grilled shrimp skewers, caprese salad with a balsamic glaze, prosciutto-wrapped asparagus, mini spinach, and feta quiches, and bruschetta with a tomato and basil topping.


Can I use other fruits besides strawberries and blueberries?

Absolutely! Fresh fruit like fresh peaches, green apples, fresh raspberries, and lime slices can add a delightful twist. Cara Cara oranges and granny smith apples are also great options for this prosecco sangria recipe.

What type of vodka should I use?

While raspberry Stoli is a favorite, you can experiment with other fruit-flavored vodkas like peach brandy, triple sec, or even a classic orange liqueur to enhance the flavors.

Is there a non-alcoholic version?

Yes! Substitute the vodka with fruit juice like orange juice, apple juice, or peach sangria for a delicious non-alcoholic punch.

Storing Leftovers

Leftover Sangria: Store any leftover sangria in an airtight container in the refrigerator. It should stay fresh for up to 2 days, though the bubbly prosecco will lose some of its fizz over time.


Sparkling Sangria: Switch up your sangria game by trying a sparkling sangria with sparkling wine like Riondo Prosecco or Italian Prosecco.

White Sangria Recipe: For a white wine version, use a dry prosecco or a light sauvignon blanc. Add in simple syrup and a mix of fresh fruit like green apples and cara cara oranges.

Red Wine Sangria Recipe: Prefer red wine? Substitute the prosecco with a pinot noir, red blend, or sangria recipes featuring red wine sangria. Add a cinnamon stick for a warm, spicy note.


Prosecco Sangria is a delightful and refreshing drink that’s perfect for any occasion. Its light and bubbly nature, combined with the sweet flavors of fresh berries, makes it a crowd-pleaser. Whether you’re hosting a brunch, a summer barbecue, or just enjoying a quiet evening at home, this easy-to-make sangria will add a touch of elegance and fun to your gathering. Try out the variations and serving ideas to find your favorite combination.

How to Make a Beautiful + Bubbly Prosecco Sangria

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  1. 3 stars
    Did not like the suggested raspberry vodka in this drink! We found this sangria itself to be a bit bland. I followed the directions exactly.