How to Make The Parlor’s Heightened Prosecco

An elevated take on a mimosa, this spirit has notes of rose, berries and an option for gin or vodka for even more punch.
by Catherine Currin

“The Heightened Prosecco is a crowdpleaser, and the best part is sharing it with friends.” says Heights House owner Sarah Shepherd of this fun, bubbly cocktail served in the hotel’s bar, The Parlor. “Line up your glasses and pour the beautiful elixir together; it’s so unique and such a fun experience with a group!” Here’s how to make it at home.

The Parlor’s Heightened Prosecco

How to Make the Heightened Prosecco from Parlor Bar

4 ounces lemon juice
2 ounces Strawberry-Rose Petal Syrup
One Bottle of Venturini Baldini Sparkling Brut Rose
Optional: Add 8 ounces of gin or vodka

Directions: Add all ingredients and stir gently. Garnish with edible glitter, dried rose petals and dehydrated blood orange.

This article originally appeared in the March 2024 issue of WALTER magazine.