Elderberry Spritz

On New Year's Day, a brunch cocktail with just two ingredients and one step seems fitting. Keep things simple, yet festive, by combining a berry liqueur and prosecco.
Photography By Kelley Jordan Heneveld | November 15, 2011


*Brown makes his own liqueur from foraged elderberries and vanilla, but a variety of berry liqueurs from the store would work. Try using Huber Winery's raspberry dessert wine, which is infused with raspberries grown on the Huber family farm in Starlight.



Pour the elderberry cordial into a champagne flute and top with prosecco.


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  • 1 ounce elderberry syrup/cordial
  • 4 ounces prosecco or sparkling white wine
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