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10 Fun Things To Do With Alcohol Free Prosecco!

Make ‘Ocsober’ a sparkling event!


There’s no stopping the popularity of Prosecco. It has seemingly become the new face of

sparkling wine, as it’s approachable, drinkable and a real party starter for any occasion. 


Part of the reason for its success is that it’s not as complex as Champagne, more accessible and made with different grape varieties, using traditional wine-making methods. Although it’s dry with a little sweetness, the flavour profile appears more rounded and generous.


Prosecco is adaptable when it comes to food pairing too and tastes great with a wide range of dishes from different cuisines. Not many wines can be served before a meal and work well with the main course, but Prosecco somehow manages to bridge the gap. It’s an ‘Aperitivo’ wine as much a match for Modern Asian dishes as it is for Italian fare.


This ‘Ocsober’ you’ll enjoy the versatility of zero alcohol Prosecco thanks to Plus & Minus Wines. We all know Prosecco is a versatile drink and a superb mixer that brings to life everything from an Aperol Spritz to a Mimosa. Here’s ten ways to enjoy Prosecco - minus the alcohol.


10 fun ways to enjoy zero alcohol Prosecco in Ocsober

  1. Plus Side – our take on the Southside using our Plus & Minus Prosecco (see recipe below).

  2. Smokey Orange Spritz – a bit like an Aperol Spritz but better for you and your soul. 

  3. Prosecco Scones – you’ve heard of soda or lemonade scones - so what’s not to love about Prosecco scones? Carbs never tasted so good!

  4. Breakfast Mimosas – pour a spot of Prosecco into your orange juice for a sparkling start to the day.

  5. Peach & Rose Fizz Jugs – fill a jug with 500ml peach juice, ½ Tsp Rose water, then top with a bottle of Plus & Minus Prosecco for a simple cocktail.

  6. Risotto - use Prosecco to flavour your favourite Risotto, just replace normal Prosecco with Plus & Minus to de-glaze the pan and flavour the rice. 

  7. Kir Royale – take a pour of cassis (supplement with Ribena) and top with Plus & Minus Prosecco and add a strawberry to garnish.

  8. Bellini – pour peach puree into a flute and top with Plus & Minus Prosecco for a poolside delight. 

  9. Prosecco on its own – it’s zero alcohol so there’s no chance you’ll be breaking those Ocsober promises.

  10. Negroni Sbagliato – if you like a bitter aperitif, add ice to 25ml Campari and 25ml sweet vermouth and then slowly add Prosecco to top it up – add an orange wedge and serve.  


Plus Side: (our take on a southside)


30 mls Sugar Syrup
4 Mint leaves
30 mls pineapple juice
60 mls Plus & Minus Prosecco
Mint leaf to garnish

Method: Add sugar syrup, lime juice, mint leaves and pineapple juice into a cocktail shaker half filled with ice.

Shake and strain into a cocktail glass
Top up with 60ml Plus &b minus Prosecco
Use mint leaf as garnish





Plus and Minus Prosecco Scones. 



400g self raising flour

175 mls double cream

175 mls Plus and Minus Prosecco



Preheat oven to 180c and line a baking tray with paper.

Mix together all the ingredients in a bowl then roll out on a floured surface. Use a cutter to cut into 12 small scones

Bake for approx. 15 minutes then cool on a wire rack before serving.


Enjoy! J

Plus and Minus Prosecco is available from major liquor retailers nationally RRP: $15.00 each.  For further information, visit: or follow Plus and Minus on Instagram @plusandminuswines.

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