Perfect serve is Hugo Spritz with ice, and a few mint leaves sereved chilled in a large wine glass with a straw to mix.
Hugo Spritz- elder flowers, water, lemon, and sugar are the ingredients, which make up this deliciously refreshing Hugo. The ingredients are carefully blended and left to rest to make a syrup, which is then added to prosecco. Hugo turns into Hugo Spritz, a prêt-à-porter drink awaiting only some ice cubes, some mint leaves and, if you please, a slice of green apple to be ready to enjoy.
Sparkling, fresh, young!
Want to know about the history?
Hugo Spritz: a leap in space and time...
At the beginning of the 20th century, when in the Dolomites valley, in the months of May and June, the habit begins to collect the small and white elder flowers then to create the eponymous syrup. Nothing is left to chance, even the times when the fragrant flowers are harvested... never in the early morning hours as the small flowers are too shut, nor too late in the afternoon when they have been in the sun too long. Elder flowers, water, lemon, and sugar are the ingredients, which give birth to a deliciously tasting Hugo syrup. Natural ingredients, born and bred in uncontaminated territories, carefully blended and left to rest.
The syrup is then added to the prosecco to make Hugo Spritz.
Hugo Spritz is available now from Wines Of The World at €10.99