Quite literally, a pool of rosé.
Two types of Italian aperitivo are the key to this winning recipe.
The New York bar Dante has perfected this classic two-ingredient Italian aperitivo drink.
Dante's elevated take on the Negroni Sbagliato respects the drink's heritage while presenting it in a new way.
Dante's version of this classic spritz-like aperitivo cocktail gets a lemon wheel and slightly reduced measure of Campari.
Though the aperitif comes in many forms, the Al Fresco Spritz hews close to the classic interpretation—not too sweet, alcoholic or heavy, and, most importantly, effervescent.
Built on a base of white rum, A Scented Stretch gets sweetness from honey syrup and St-Germain and acidity from a shot of crisp white wine.
In a nod to the aperitif’s origins, the components of the Lysette are all French—from the gentle bitterness of Salers to the fizzy smack of Kronenbourg.
An Argentine riff on the classic Hanky Panky from Los Galgos in Buenos Aires.
Natasha David's riff on the Aperol sour ups the citrus and fruit flavors.