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Korbel California Champagne Launches Korbel Prosecco in 187ml Bottles

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Guerneville, CA, November 12, 2020–Korbel California Champagne, the go-to bubbly for special and everyday occasions, is proud to announce the launch of Korbel Prosecco in 187ml bottles (SRP $5.99). Released late last year in a sleek and stylish 750ml bottle (SRP $14.99), Korbel Prosecco is available nationwide via Drizly.

Produced and bottled entirely in the Prosecco DOC, Denominazione di Origine Controllata, located in North Eastern Italy, Korbel Prosecco is made with 100% Glera grapes using the traditional Charmat method. Focused on a fruit-forward style with aromas of white peaches, pear and lemon zest, Korbel’s dry Prosecco is light, crisp and very fun to drink.

Korbel Prosecco is the perfect celebratory drink on its own or in cocktails like:

Frozen Prosecco Bellini

  • Korbel Prosecco 
  • 1 cup fresh peaches (or use frozen and omit ice)
  • 3/4 cup ice
  • 3/4 cup ice
  • 3 oz peach juice or nectar 

Combine peaches, ice and optional juice/nectar in a blender on high for 1 minute or until smooth. Divide into 2 flutes and top with Prosecco. Stir gently. Suggested garnish: Peach slice, raspberries.

Grapefruit Prosecco Spritzer

  • 2.5 oz Korbel Prosecco
  • 1 oz Grapefruit Juice
  • Soda water

Fill large wine glass with ice. Add grapefruit juice, Korbel Prosecco, and soda water. Suggested garnish: grapefruit slice, rosemary sprig. 

Lemon Sgroppino

  • 4 ounces Korbel Prosecco
  • 1 scoop lemon sorbet, roughly ¼ cup
  • 1 ounce vodka, preferably Finlandia Classic Vodka
  • 1/5 ounce lemon juice

Gently whisk together the sorbet, vodka and lemon juice so the sorbet does not melt. Add a small amount of prosecco and stir to integrate. Pour into a tall rocks glass and top with remaining prosecco. Gently stir. Suggested garnish: lemon peel, herbs.

About Korbel

Established in 1882 in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley, Korbel Champagne Cellars produces the United States’ most popular méthode champenoise champagne. Now for the first time, Korbel has added Prosecco to its portfolio.

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