Spritz: the original recipe of the most iconic, Italian cocktail | Wine Dharma
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Aperol Spritz, the original recipe from Italy
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The Spritz is a wine-based cocktail commonly served as an aperitif in Northeast Italy. Contents. 1 History; 2 The recipe; 3 See also; 4 References. History.
An Aperol Spritz is an aperitif cocktail consisting of prosecco, Aperol and soda water. Contents. 1 Recipe and serving suggestion; 2 History; 3 See also.
Description:Ok, but who invented the Spritz? History[ edit ] The drink originated in Venice while it was part of the Austrian Empire see Kingdom of Lombardy—Venetia , and is based on the Austrian Spritzer , a combination of equal parts white wine and soda water ; another idea is that the name of the drink would be linked to that of a typical Austrian wine in the region of the Wachau. Since booze for old people or just mercenaries returning from a patrol, now the Spritz is the young and cool cocktail par excellence, a easy going all day cocktail good for everyone. During this period German soldiers drank the local wines of Veneto in taverns where they were billeted but they often diluted these with water to achieve a similar alcohol content to the beer they were more accustomed to drinking. English DharMag February Spritz: There is not a single composition for a spritz because it changes in every city or small town where the bartenders freely interpret the doses and the entire preparation: Remember that, as a rule, the more the wine is good and the less bitter you need.