Easy Holiday Cocktail Ideas

michelle sparkling wine, holiday drink ideas

Earlier this week, I gave you all a glimpse of my holiday bar cart. But a fully decorated bar cart means nothing if you can’t create a few tasty drinks out of it, right? I love creating drinks with sparkling wine over the holiday season because you don’t need a ton of ingredients to make something delicious and a few simple garnishes can take your drink to the next level.

I’ve teamed up with Michelle Sparkling Wine today to create not one, but two festive drinks that are perfect for any holiday party!

michelle sparkling wine, holiday drink ideas

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Pear Nectar Holiday Cocktail


  • Dry cranberries
  • Pear Nectar
  • Michelle Sparking Wine (Brut)
  • Small Rosemary Sprig


  1. Wash cranberries in a small bowl, drain, pat dry and refrigerate until serving.
  2. Add 2 parts pear nectar to one part Michelle Sparkling Wine.
  3. Garnish with one small rosemary sprig and cranberries.
michelle sparkling wine, holiday drink ideas

michelle sparkling wine, holiday drink ideas

michelle sparkling wine, holiday drink ideas

If I’m really pressed for time, Michelle’s Brut Rose is another fabulous option that’s delicious enough on its one. Simply garnish it with cranberries and you’ve got a super festive and easy drink! I also plan on bringing a bottle of brut rose with me when I attend other friends’ parties this season; I’m certain that they’ll all be a fan!

What’s your favorite holiday drink?

Thank you Michelle Sparkling Wine for partnering with me for today’s post.

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  1. Yum, the pear nectar cocktail sounds delicious! I love sparkling wine!

    Posted 12.9.15 Reply
  2. Holiday cocktails! Right up my alley.

    Josh | The Kentucky Gent

    Posted 12.9.15 Reply