Border Spritz Cocktail made with Courvoisier and Champagne poured into a wine glass and garnished with an orange slice.

Border Spritz

This beautiful cocktail is the perfect accompaniment for any brunch affair. With its sunset hues and its aperitif pairing, it stands up perfectly to both sweet and savory dishes.

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Ingredients

  • 1.5 VSOP
  • 1 dry vermouth
  • 0.75 red aperitif (Amaro, Aperol® Aperitivo)
  • Top with champagne or sparkling wine

Step-by-step

Border Spritz Cocktail being poured into a wine glass with ice.
Step 1

Build in a long Collins or wine glass

Step 2

Add ice

Step 3

Top with champagne and garnish with an orange slice

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