Guerneville, CA, November 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.  

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 holiday-inspired cocktails like:

Chambord Spritz

1 oz Chambord

3 oz Korbel Prosecco

Splash of Soda water

Fill large wine glass with ice. Add Chambord, Korbel Prosecco, and soda water. Garnish with blackberries and raspberries.

French 75

1 oz Ford’s Gin (or Finlandia vodka)

1/2 oz lemon juice

1 tsp simple syrup 

4 ounces Korbel Prosecco

Combine gin, syrup, and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously and strain into a champagne flute. Top up with Korbel Prosecco. Stir gently. Garnish with a lemon peel. 

Holiday Sangria

1 bottle Korbel Prosecco

½ cup Korbel California Brandy

2 cups cranberry juice 

1 cup apple cider

2 cinnamon sticks

1 apple thinly sliced

fresh cranberries

Mix all ingredients except for Prosecco into a pitcher or punch bowl. Cover and refrigerate until you’re ready to serve. Top with Korbel Prosecco. Garnish with extra cinnamon sticks, extra sliced apples, and rosemary.

Download Korbel Prosecco 187ml images HERE. 

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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