The fresh, creative flavors flow freely when we create sparkling cocktails. These delicious and fun drinks are some of our favorite ways to enjoy bubbly. We know you’ll find the perfect sparkling cocktail for any day or night celebration.
Inspired by the flavors and colors of Provence, in the South of France, this cocktail is wonderfully refreshing on a hot summer evening. You can also serve it after dinner in place of a dessert wine. As you sip the cold, bubbly mixture of sorbet and sparkling wine, you’ll taste the sweetness of sun-ripened fruit and smell the pungency of fresh thyme. Welcome to Provence!
If you could catch the flavors of spring in a glass, they would taste like this wonderful concoction. Notes of apple and pear from Chandon Brut Classic will float gently over a carpet of white peach, with bubbles popping up to the surface like the first flowers of the season. This cocktail is very easy to make if you begin with frozen peach purée (available in some gourmet food stores) or a Bellini cocktail mixer.
Thousands of years before they were grown in California, peaches were native to China. According to legend, the gods owed their immortality to the orange and yellow fruit. The peach tree put forth leaves once every thousand years, and the fruit required another three thousand years to ripen. You can make a Chandon Lucious Peach cocktail in about three minutes. And while it may not make you immortal, it will certainly add life to your party
We might just have Ernest Hemingway to thank for the mojito. Back in the 1930s, when he was not working on books like "For Whom the Bell Tolls," Hemingway could be found deep-sea fishing with his buddy Joe Russell, the owner of Sloppy Joe's Bar in Havana. When Russell opened a location near Hemingway's home in Key West in 1933, he introduced his signature “mojito”drink to American patrons. The rest is cocktail history.