Spritz Aperol is an Italian aperitif similar to
Campari but sweeter in taste. It has a relatively low alcohol content (11%) so perfect for warm summer afternoons. Best of all, it's super easy.
-3 parts prosecco
-2 parts Aperol
-1 part soda water
-Slice of orange
Pour over ice and top with a slice of orange in a large bowl-style wine glass
or a old fashioned, or rocks, glass.
Spritz was born during the period of the Habsburg domination in Veneto (Italy) in the 1800s. The soldiers, but also the various merchants, diplomats and employees of the Habsburg Empire in Veneto became quickly accustomed to drinking local drinking wine in the taverns, but they were not familiar with the wide variety of wines from the Veneto. Aperol Spritz is becoming more international. These are the years when Aperol intensely communicates with art, advertising, fashion and lifestyle, achieving resounding success in Italy and around the world. The Aperol Spritz Life is contagious and spreads quickly among everybody.
In Italy the aperitif of the moment is the Aperol ‘Spritz’: prosecco, soda and a dash of Aperol.
Lightly alcoholic, zesting orange with appealing complex herbal scents harmonized with a touch of vanilla.
Intense orange top with herbal and woody body notes, pleasantly bittersweet and salty.
Velvety and rounded, with long-lasting orange and wood memories.
Herbal long pleasant typical bitterness.
Aperol’s strong point is its light alcoholic content of only 11% and its ability to be enjoyed with friends at home or at the bar.
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