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Sparkling Wine Cocktail With Rosemary and Pear

Rosemary Pear Sparkler

Choosing champagne or sparkling wine to celebrate the holiday season is a nice low-calorie alternative to spirits or beer, but when I'm craving a cocktail, a plain glass of Prosecco doesn't always do the trick.

If you're looking for a nice cocktail to enjoy this holiday season, try my refreshing rosemary pear sparkler. It makes a great aperitif, and the flavors of pear and rosemary really tie together the feelings of Fall.

Rosemary Pear Sparkler

Rosemary Pear Sparkler

Rosemary Pear Sparkling Wine


  1. 2 cups water
  2. 1 cup agave nectar
  3. 1 cup pear juice
  4. 1 bunch fresh rosemary
  5. 2 pears, peeled, cored, and sliced
  6. Prosecco


  1. Stir together water, agave nectar, four rosemary sprigs, and pear juice in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat.
  2. Bring to a boil, remove from heat, and let stand for 30 minutes or until liquid has a distinct rosemary flavor.
  3. Strain rosemary from liquid.
  4. Pour liquid into a jar with pears and store in refrigerator overnight (and up to a week).
  5. Add one and a half tablespoons of the rosemary-pear mixture to a champagne glass and top off with chilled Prosecco.
  6. Garnish each glass with a pear slice from the mixture and a sprig of fresh rosemary.

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Fitness Fitness 7 years
Hi Chloe! Sorry I took so long in getting back to you. For this recipe I bought 100% pear juice from my grocer. Pear juice can sometimes be hard to find but I usually have luck getting it from a health food store or a Mexican grocery store. Thanks!
runningesq runningesq 7 years
Mmmm sounds good ! Chloe, good question... I didn't think there was all that much juice in a pear!
kia kia 7 years
This sounds fantastic.
chloe-bella chloe-bella 7 years
This sounds really good! This might be a dumb question (I'm not much of a cook), but do you get the pear juice by from actual fresh pears, or do you just buy the juice from a grocery store? If you start with actual pears, do you need a juicer?
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