Pineapple Prosecco Party Punch (with Video)

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Prosecco Punch is one of my favorite go-to brunch cocktail recipes, this Pineapple Prosecco Party Punch is a fun option for a summer brunch cocktail!

A delicious brunch cocktail, this pineapple prosecco punch is a delicious summer cocktail that packs serious punch

I first shared this Pineapple Prosecco Punch on my friend’s blog, Amanda’s Cookin’.

While I love a good mimosa or bellini, sometimes you want to just serve something a bit special and different for brunch.

This prosecco punch is perfect for brunchtime cocktails – or even a poolside drink in the summer. It’s bubbly and bright, with a sneaky hit of white rum that works deliciously with the tropical flavors of the pineapple, mango and mint.

Now, of course you can use champagne in this recipe but I’ve taken a liking to using prosecco while entertaining. Not only is it more budget-friendly, but it’s got a less sharp flavor profile that works better with food.

If you’re not in on the trend yet, prosecco is basically a modern Italian sparkling wine that is made in a much more affordable way than champagne, which is very tightly regulated. While I love a great, dry champagne, the price tag for a good champagne compared to the price for a good bottle of prosecco is staggering. (Especially if you are subject to Canadian alcohol pricing like I am!)

Especially if you are going to make a cocktail with it – and not enjoy it straight – I really don’t see the point in using an expensive bottle of champagne for mimosas or brunch cocktails. (And using cheap champagne is just a headache waiting to happen.)

While making this pineapple prosecco punch, I prefer to only add half of the bottle of prosecco to the punch when making it and then top each glass with additional prosecco when serving. This way, guests who want a weaker drink can have the punch as prepared and those wanting something stronger can – and also get to enjoy some fresh bubbles while they are at it!

(You can also leave out the white rum if that’s too strong of a drink for your guests.)

Tip: I often order my liquor from Drizly because they have a quick delivery time (sometimes within 40 minutes) and no expensive mark-ups. Purchasing from them supports local retailers, too. You can order the Prosecco and White Rum needed for this recipe from them.

Check out our quick recipe video to see how easy this pineapple prosecco punch is to make, and then don’t forget to scroll down to grab our free recipe printable!

 

Ingredients for Prosecco Party Punch

Scroll down to the printable recipe card for full measurements.

Tip: This cocktail is best enjoyed soon after preparation. If you must prepare in advance, leave out the ice and prosecco until just about to serve. The mint should not be left for more than a few hours.

Kitchen Tools You May Find Helpful

I really loved using my gorgeous Omishome Bartending Kit to make this recipe. The pretty bamboo holder contains all of the tools you need to make perfect cocktails, and those pretty gold tools add a touch of class to your home bar set-up.

How to Make Pineapple Prosecco Punch

Place mint in the bottom of your pitcher.

Top with ice to bash it a bit and release the flavors.

Add pineapple with juice (not syrup), then pineapple juice, mango juice and white rum.

Give it a stir, if desired, and then open your Prosecco.

Pour half of the bottle of Prosecco into the pitcher.

When serving, fill glasses halfway and then top with additional Prosecco.

Garnish with fresh pint and a pineapple wedge.

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Sparkling Pineapple Punch is a fun brunch cocktail with fresh pineapple and mango juices spiked with prosecco and rum

Grab your free printable for our Prosecco Party Punch:

Yield: 6 servings

Pineapple Prosecco Party Punch

Pineapple Prosecco Party Punch

A delicious brunch cocktail, this pineapple prosecco punch is a delicious summer cocktail that packs serious punch

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Prosecco
  • Small handful mint
  • 2 cups pineapple chunks with juice
  • 2 cups pineapple juice
  • 1/2 cup mango juice
  • 1/2 cup white rum, optional
  • Ice

Instructions

  1. Place mint in the bottom of your pitcher.
  2. Top with ice to bash it a bit and release the flavors.
  3. Add pineapple with juice (not syrup), then pineapple juice, mango juice and white rum.
  4. Give it a stir, if desired, and then open your Prosecco.
  5. Pour half of the bottle of Prosecco into the pitcher.
  6. When serving, fill glasses halfway and then top with additional Prosecco.
  7. Garnish with fresh pint and a pineapple wedge.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

6

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 263Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 34mgCarbohydrates: 35gFiber: 1gSugar: 29gProtein: 1g

Sugar, Spice and Glitter uses an auto-generate nutrition calculator. Nutrition information isn’t always accurate unless analyzed in a scientific lab, so these should be considered more of a guideline than medical information.

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This Pineapple Prosecco Punch is a bright and bubbly way to toast your brunch!

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2 Comments

  1. Hi! I was wondering how many the pineapple prosecco punch serves? we’re looking to use this recipe for a work social and want to plan accordingly! lovely recipe by the way! Thank you!

    1. I’m so excited to hear that!
      Sorry about not having the serving size/amounts included – I switched recipe cards and lost all of that info in the transfer.
      This recipe results in about 8 cups of punch, and a champagne flute tends to hold about 1/2 cup – but I would plan for more servings than you need in case of spills or bigger glasses. Hope everyone loves it!

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