Sgroppino Cocktail

Sgroppino Cocktail is an Italian drink that brings together some of our most favorite tastes in the world: Champaign, vodka and sorbet!

This is such a delicious drink.

We love everything about this elegant cocktail and we’re pretty sure you will, too.  Just look how beautiful it is!

Sgropinno cocktail in champaign flute with raspberries on the side.

Want to watch first-hand how to make this delicious drink? You are in luck!!

Watch Wesley make this drink that truly is spectacular!

You just can’t go wrong with this Sgropino Cocktail.  It has become one of our favorite after-dinner drinks to serve when we have friends and family over for a nice meal.

So refreshing and just simply so delicious.

Serve it after serving an amazing Italian meal such as Homemade Chicken Picatta!

Overhead view of a sgroppino cocktail with a raspberry floating on top.


The Sgroppino Cocktail is undeniably Italian and we just love this history behind it.

Read more about this delicious cocktail here.  As usual, it’s Italian heritage is fascinating!

The Italians know who to make a killer-good meal, and they know how to make a killer-good cocktail.

Now, make this amazingly delicious Sgroppino Cocktail for you and your adult friends and family! They’ll love it (and you!).

A sgroppino cocktail in a Champaign flute with raspberries sitting nearby.

Sgroppino Cocktail in a Champaign flute.

Sgroppino Cocktail

This is a classic after-dinner Italian cocktail.  The Champaign, vodka and raspberry sorbet come together to make this most delicious and refreshing drink.  And it's fizz and color is beautiful, too. 
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Course: Cocktail
Cuisine: Italian
Keyword: Champaign, Digestif, Raspberry sorbet
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 minutes
Servings: 1 person
Calories: 145kcal


  • 1 oz vodka
  • 3 oz Prosecco (chilled) (fill nearly to the top)
  • 1 small scoop raspberry sorbet
  • Fresh raspberries for garnish
  • Fresh mint leaves for garnish


  • Add vodka into Champagne flute
  • Add Prosecco and top with sorbet.
  • Garnish with fresh raspberries and mint (optional)


Calories: 145kcal
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