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Chambord and Prosecco

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Chambord and Prosecco are the perfect pairing for a holiday cocktail. Their combination creates a beautiful, bubbly drink that’s perfect for occasions like Christmas and Valentine’s Day.

Side view of glasses of Chambord and Prosecco.

Sometimes less is more, and that is definitely true when it comes to a Chambord and Prosecco cocktail. Made with a little Chambord and topped off with Prosecco, this cocktail is sweet, bubbly, and fun!

It’s very easy to make! Since there are only 2 ingredients, all you have to do is pour them into a champagne glass and serve.

This cocktail is similar to our champagne with grenadine and pomegranate mimosa. The main difference is that this drink is flavored with black raspberries and the others aren’t.


  • Use a different liqueur. We love Chambord and the flavor it lends to this cocktail, but there are other options if Chambord isn’t available.
    • Creme de Cassis: Try this blackcurrant flavored liqueur for a slightly tarter flavor.
    • Raspberry Simple Syrup: Raspberry simple syrup makes a good option for a non-alcoholic drink with a similar raspberry taste.
    • Creme de Mure: This blackberry liqueur is great for a deeper berry flavor.
  • Try a different bubbly. Processo is our pick but there are some other options if you’d rather use something different.
    • Champagne: Prosecco is Italian, but if you’d prefer a French sparkling wine, try champagne.
    • Cava: This is a Spanish sparkling wine and depending on the brand, often more budget-friendly.
    • Sparkling Water: For a non-alcoholic version with a fizzy touch, try sparkling water. Pair it with raspberry simple syrup for a completely alcohol-free version of Chambord and Prosecco.


  • Add Some Citrus:
    • Spritz of Lemon: Adds bright, citrus flavor.
    • Orange Slice: Gives the drink a sweet citrusy flavor.
    • Lime Juice: For a tangy kick that cuts through the sweetness of the liqueur.
  • Make it Sweeter:
    • Simple Syrup: Use simple syrup to sweeten the cocktail if desired.
    • Honey: Honey is a great alternative to simple syrup. It gives this drink a natural sweetness with a unique flavor.
    • Agave Nectar: A vegan alternative to honey.
  • Add Some Spice:
    • Ginger: Use some ginger simple syrup for a spicy kick.
    • Cinnamon Stick: Garnish with a cinnamon stick for a warm twist.
Top down view of raspberries floating in a glass of chambord and champagne.


This Christmas cocktail is minimal in so many ways, including the equipment. You only need a couple of things to bring it all together.

Here’s a quick list (Amazon affiliate links included).

  • Jigger: Used to measure out the Chambord. If you don’t have a jigger, use a kitchen scale or measuring cup and measure out 1 fluid ounce.
  • Measuring Cup: You’ll need a measuring cup to measure out the Prosecco. A kitchen scale works great, too! Just make sure it’s set to fluid ounces. If all else fails, you could always top off the glass with Prosecco and skip the measuring all together.
  • Champagne Glass: A fluted champagne glass makes a beautiful presentation, but any champagne glass will work.


There’s no need to store this holiday cocktail. Prepare it just prior to serving and enjoy immediately!


  • Chill Your Ingredients: Make sure both the Chambord and Prosecco are chilled before use. This keeps the cocktail cold longer and helps the Prosecco maintain it’s bubbly appearance.
  • Gentle Pouring: Pour the Prosecco gently into the glass to preserve its bubbles.
  • Use the Right Glass: A flute glass is ideal for this cocktail because it shows off the bubbles and maintains the drink’s effervescence.

Frequently Asked Questions

Chambord is a French liqueur made from black raspberries, vanilla, citrus peel, honey, and cognac.

Absolutely! While Prosecco is popular for its light and fruity flavor, you can use other sparkling wines like Champagne or Cava for a similar taste and bubbly effect.

Pour the Prosecco gently and serve the cocktail immediately to help the cocktail maintain its effervescence.

Raspberries, lemon twists, rosemary sprigs, or mint leaves are great options that complement the flavors of the cocktail.

Yes, you can make this cocktail in a large pitcher. However, it’s best to prepare it close to serving time to keep the fizz.

To make a big batch, add fresh berries to the bottom of a pitcher. Pour in 6 ounces of Chambord and a 750ml bottle of Prosecco. Serve in individual glasses.

You can also divide up the ingredients into individual glasses and serve.

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Side view of two glasses of champagne with raspberry liqueur.

Chambord and Prosecco

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Author: Kimberly
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1 Serving


  • 3 to 4 fresh raspberries
  • 1 ounce Chambord
  • 4 ounces Prosecco


  • Drop 3-4 raspberries into the bottom of a champagne glass. Pour in the Chambord then top off with 4 ounces of Prosecco.
    3 to 4 fresh raspberries
    1 ounce Chambord
    4 ounces Prosecco
  • Enoy!

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Serving: 1drink | Calories: 146kcal | Carbohydrates: 11g | Protein: 0.2g | Fat: 0.1g | Saturated Fat: 0.03g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.01g | Sodium: 10mg | Potassium: 117mg | Fiber: 0.4g | Sugar: 11g | Vitamin A: 2IU | Vitamin C: 2mg | Calcium: 12mg | Iron: 1mg


*The calories listed are an approximation based on the ingredients in the recipe card and a serving size of 1 drink. Actual calories will vary.
*For more information, tips, and answers to frequently asked questions, please refer to the post.
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