Quite literally, a pool of rosé.
Get to know the effervescent, easygoing and evocative French spritz in all of its forms.
In the early days of the cocktail renaissance, maraschino liqueur was a skeleton key, unlocking a host of long-lost classic cocktails. But its since become a polarizing ingredient. What's behind…
This crisp, white wine spritz gets a floral hit from St-Germain, while Salers and fennel liqueur counter with vegetal notes.
This cocktail calls on St-Germain, kiwi syrup, citrus and prosecco for a fruit-forward, floral profile.
Aperitif culture can be as much a fixture of a night in as an evening out—here, the basics for serving your own aperitif hour at home.
A Japanese highball, built on Suntory Toki whisky, diverted through France.
A sessionable and bright aperitif cocktail made with St-Germain and Salers.
The European tradition has seen a recent uptick in bars across the country.
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.
We spoke to 150 sommeliers and retailers around the country to assemble a list of the 15 producers who represent the wine zeitgeist right now.