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Cranberry Pomegranate Prosecco Cocktail

This Cranberry Pomegranate Prosecco Cocktail is a great way to jazz up your happy hour without making it complicated. It’s a fresh-tasting, fruity drink that is great to share with friends! This post was originally sponsored by Voveti Prosecco, and contains affiliate links below.

This drink is also featured in our New Years Eve + Day recipe ideas post! Check out the other ideas too!

Cranberry Pomegranate Punch Cocktail with Voveti Prosecco

A couple married friends of mine are my dinner-party regulars. They are not only basically my underpaid taste-testers, but they also enjoy cooking and hosting me as well.

Justin and I used to have a deal that each time we’d have dinner, there would be a new “featured cocktail” of the evening.

He has always been a much better bartender than I, so it was a way for me to try some of his fancy drinks as well as increase my own mixology skills.

Somewhere along the way that tradition faded out and I would simply resort to plain old wine.

Popping a cork seemed much easier than figuring out a new themed drink to make in addition to all the food I was already making for my guinea-pigs friends.

Well I think next time I host, I’m re-instating the cocktail tradition! Because I found something just as easy: this Cranberry-Pomegranate Prosecco Cocktail.

Cranberry Pomegranate Punch Cocktail with Voveti Prosecco
3 decorate classes of the cranberry prosecco with cranberries on toothpick resting on top

The best part about this is that is looks and feels fancy, but it’s perfect for everyday entertaining.

Sugar-rimmed glasses. Fresh fruit. A little juice. And of course the sparkling wine.

Voveti has the regular-sized 750-ml Prosecco bottles for sharing, but they also have these cute mini bottles (187-ml) that might be easier for transport.

I’m a fan of this brut-style (meaning dry, very little sweetness but still fruity), and it’s tempered acidity. The fresh, graceful profile pairs very well with fresh fruit.

An easy drinking cocktail that your friends will be happy you’re sharing with them!

bottle of  Voveti Prosecco next to 2 mini bottles

First step – the sugar-rimmed glasses.

It helps to learn how to make bartender-style lime wedges!

  • Cut a lime in half on its longest side.
  • Perpendicular to the direction you cut the lime, cut a slit inside each half (careful not to cut all the way through, but deep enough to let some of the juice out).
  • Continue to cut lime halves into wedges.

If you’ve already cut the lime, you can also make the slit in each wedge.

Either way, you then rub the lime around the edge of the glass, and then dip into a shallow bowl of sugar.

(You could also just use water instead of lime.)

prosecco in flute glass with sugar rim

Pour your Prosecco in, add a little juice and garnish with fresh cranberries and pomegranate seeds.

PRO TIP: Use toothpicks to put the cranberries on, if you don’t want them simply floating in your drink.

3 glasses Cranberry Pomegranate Punch Cocktailwith pomegranate in background

Don’t forget those lime wedges!

Cranberry Pomegranate Punch Cocktail with lime wedges
Cranberry Pomegranate Punch Cocktail with Voveti Prosecco

While I used a different prosecco for these pictures, I now would choose to use the sparkling wines from Dry Farm.


Yield: 6 cocktails

Cranberry Pomegranate Prosecco Cocktail

Cranberry Pomegranate Punch Cocktail with Voveti Prosecco

This Cranberry Pomegranate Prosecco Cocktail is a great way to jazz up your happy hour without making it complicated. This fresh-tasting, fruity drink is great to share with friends or make for date night!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


For sugar-rimmed glasses:

  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • lime wedges, (keep for garnish too)

For the drink:

  • 750 ml bottle of Prosecco Sparkling Wine, chilled 
  • 12 tablespoons cranberry-pomegranate juice *

For garnish:

  • fresh cranberries
  • pomegranate seeds


  1. Pour sugar in a small, shallow bowl. Cut a slit on the inside of a lime wedge and rub around the rim of a champagne flute, and then dip the glasses into  the sugar bowl. Repeat for remaining glasses.
  2. Fill glasses with prosecco and cranberry-pomegranate juice (2 tablespoons per glass, more if you want it to be fruitier!).
  3. Garnish with fresh cranberries, pomegranate seeds, and lime wedges as desired.


*If you can't find a cranberry-pomegranate blend, use half cranberry half pomegranate (i.e. 1 Tablespoon of each juice per glass).

**While this post was originally sponsored by Voveti, if you are looking for natural wines with no-additives, and no sugar added, I recommend Dry Farm Wines (they have sparkling wines too!)

Nutrition Information:



Amount Per Serving: Calories: 205Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 13mgCarbohydrates: 27gFiber: 3gSugar: 19gProtein: 1g

Nutrition information is calculated automatically by an online tool at Nutritionix. It is not always accurate. Please use your own tools to check if you rely on this information.

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Tuesday 31st of May 2022

Would love to know how many ounces of Prosecco you pour in each glass? Should the glasses be chilled? Thank you.


Thursday 2nd of June 2022

With this style glass it's generally a 4 ounce pour, though it just depends on how much of the juice / sweetness level you're aiming for! I haven't chilled the glasses before, I have actually heard not to do that with champagne flutes but I'm not an expert!


Friday 8th of December 2017

Combining these two seasonal flavors in a cocktail, yes please. I will have to make this really soon. Maybe for New Years Eve.


Friday 8th of December 2017

This is so tempting. I am saving this one for my holiday gathering next week. Thanks for sharing.

Cindy @ The Sweet Nerd

Friday 8th of December 2017

I love the sugar rimmed glasses for an extra special touch. Thanks for the great idea.

Lisa Bryan

Friday 8th of December 2017

So pretty and a perfect cocktail for the holidays!

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