Dry Prosecco and Homemade Limoncello: A Match Made in Heaven

When I pop open a bottle of prosecco, I know I’m about to celebrate. But that doesn’t mean it’s just for fancy things… Even if I’m just having my kids over for dinner, it’s a special occasion to me. Prosecco is for celebrating all the good things in life, no matter how small. This Italian sparkling wine is already a reason to celebrate… and so is limoncello, and so is fresh fruit! 

My Prosecco Blueberry Limoncello recipe first got started when my brother Erik and sister-in-law Tracy sent me a bottle of their homemade limoncello, made from their own homegrown lemons. I couldn’t resist adding a little splash right into my prosecco. It was so good! Then came the blueberries.


Limoncello and Blueberries are Perfect Pairs for a Great Prosecco Drink

The other main ingredients in this prosecco punch recipe are blueberries and my Erik and Tracy’s Homemade Limoncello recipe. If you don’t want to wait for homemade limoncello to steep, a store-bought bottle will work fine. You can choose between fresh and frozen blueberries, too—both varieties add a gorgeous color to this festive summer drink.


Best part of this delicious punch? It’s great for serving at parties!

This Prosecco Blueberry Limoncello Punch recipe brings a lot of good things together for an easy-to-make party drink that everyone is sure to adore. It’s definitely a crowd-pleaser and I love it as a quick and easy Memorial Day party punch recipe. Altogether, it’s refreshing, delicious, and perfect when you’re serving a large group—but if you’re only having a few people over, you can cut the recipe in half. But believe me, you’ll wish you made the whole thing!

Yield: Makes 10 to 12 servings
Prosecco Blueberry Limoncello Punch

Prosecco Blueberry Limoncello Punch

Whether you’re having a Memorial Day gathering or just a special summer dinner with family and friends, try a batch of my Prosecco Blueberry Limoncello Punch. You won’t be disappointed!


For the Punch
  • 2 bottles prosecco, chilled
  • 3 cups limoncello liqueur
  • 3 cups fresh or frozen blueberries
For the Garnish
  • 1 cups fresh or frozen blueberries
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • Thinly sliced lemon rounds


  1. In a large pitcher or punch bowl, combine the prosecco, limoncello, and 3 cups of blueberries. Stir to combine.
  2. To serve, divide the remaining 1 cup blueberries into glasses. It’s up to you if you want to serve over ice! Garnish each glass with fresh mint leaves and a thin slice of lemon.
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April 27, 2023 — Mary DiSomma