Where to Sip the Best Prosecco in ChicagoXiao Faria daCunhaon August 15, 2022 at 12:46 pm

Let’s catch summer’s tail with some bubbles! If you’ve been sipping on Rose all summer and are ready for a change, why not explore the best prosecco in Chicago? Plus, National Prosecco Day (Aug.13) has just passed — and a belated celebration is always welcome!

The thing is, prosecco has been considered a seond-tier sparkling for so long, and it’s totally unfair. A good prosecco is just as tasty as a quality riesling, plus the bubbles, which make it even better. So, follow us as we hop through our favorite bars and restaurants for the best prosecco and prosecco-based cocktails in Chicago.

Advertisement

Image Credit: Tanta

118 W Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60654

Available by the glass ($12) or bottle ($42), Tanta Chicago offers Adriano Adami Garbel Prosecco for guests to sip while enjoying authentic Peruvian bites on their vibrant rooftop. With fruits sourced from the greater plains of Italy, this complex and crisp-edged wine delivers notes of ripe apples and pears that keep a remarkable balance of full-flavored aromas and cascading bubbles.

Advertisement

Image Credit Ettakit Photography

1072 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60642

Head over to Frontier Chicago, where nature dictates the menu in delivering incredible small plates, salads, sandwiches, and meat & seafood entrees. Frontier’s extensive drink menu features a 200ml individual bottle of La Contesse Prosecco Brut (11% ABV) for guests to indulge in for only $13. Enjoy the sparkling notes of golden apple, Williams pear, and white blossoms that derive from the vineyards of Italy while experiencing the best beer garden Chicago has to offer.

Advertisement

Image Credit: Ina Mae Tavern

1415 N Wood St, Chicago, IL 60622

Make your day sparkle, head to Wicker Park’s favorite New Orleans-inspired restaurant, Ina Mae Tavern, and sip La Marca Prosecco on their dog-friendly patio. Found in the vineyards of Treviso, Italy, this deliciously rich sparkling wine opens with delicate aromas of fresh citrus, honeysuckle blossoms, green apple, juicy peaches, and ripe lemon while finishing with a refreshingly crisp taste. Available by the glass for $11 or by the bottle for $44.

Advertisement

Image Credit: Lardon

2200 N California Ave, Chicago, IL 60647

Effervescent prosecco and earthy mezcal come together in this crisp summer spritz. Grounded by Ramozotti Rosato Amaro and Cocchi Rosa, which impart lovely floral notes, the end result is a refreshing, nuanced sipper. Available at Lardon for $12, it pairs perfectly with a bountiful board of their house-cured charcuterie.

Advertisement

2456 N California Ave, Chicago, IL 60647

Advertisement

Few things scream summer more than bubbles and rosé, and arguably the best place they come together is on Logan Square’s Testaccio’s brand new patio where they’re pouring La Gioiosa “Et Amorosa” Prosecco Rose Millesimato. Best enjoyed al fresco, this bubbly is refreshingly fruity yet balanced by a light tartness and soft finish. Available by the glass for $12, or by bottle for $40.

Your summer is incomplete until you’ve tried Gioia’s summer “Aperitivo Menu”! For prosecco fixes, choose between their house prosecco, Pitars DOC Extra Dry NY (Veneto), or their prosecco-base cocktail “Blossom Spritz,” made with Ketel One Peach Blossom, Aperol, and the house Prosecco.

Featured Image: Unsplash

Read More

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.