Sparkling Cocktail Kit

Sparkling Cocktail Kit
Sparkling Cocktail Kit


There’s always an occasion to celebrate, and what would a celebration be without the sound of glasses clinking with something bubbly?

Our gift-worthy Sparkling Cocktail Kit includes a beautiful sparkling wine, craft gin, Washington D.C. limoncello and a bittersweet, floral liqueur. Basically everything needed to mix up swanky cocktails like a French 75, floral Spritzer or Limoncello Sparkler.

And to, ahem, top it off, a set of four stemless shatterproof Champagne flutes from Govino, designed with a divot for your thumb, so you can feel comfortable holding onto your drink all night long. 

Make sure every occasion is an absolute fizz-fest.



1 ounce Greenbar Grand Poppy Liqueur
5-7 ounces Sauvage Blanc de Blancs Sparkling Wine
Orange slice


1. Combine the sparkling wine and Grand Poppy in a wine glass or Champagne flute. Gently stir to mix ingredients.
2. Garnish with an orange slice.


1-2 ounces gin
0.5 ounces fresh lemon juice
1 teaspoon superfine sugar or simple syrup
4-7 ounces Sauvage Blanc de Blancs Sparkling Wine
Optional: Garnish with an orange slice and a Jack Rudy Cocktail Cherry


1. Add gin, lemon juice, and sugar to a shaker filled with ice and shake until blended and well-chilled.
2. Strain and pour into a chilled Champagne flute, coupe or Collins glass.
3. Top with sparkling wine. Garnish with an orange slice and cocktail cherry.


1 ounce Don Ciccio & Figli Limoncello
5-7 ounces Sauvage Sparkling Blanc de Blancs Sparkling Wine


1. In a Champagne flute, add 1 ounce of limoncello. Top with sparkling wine! 



Our goal is to always send out the freshest possible small-batch goodies. Occasionally we'll ship something slightly different than what's listed here, but we promise it will be equally delicious!

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