Food & Drink

May 9, 2017

Call for Submissions: 2nd Annual “Mionetto Cocktail Challenge”

Mionetto Prosecco USA, has put out a call for submissions, for its second annual ‘Mionetto Cocktail Challenge.’ Working in partnership with Food & Wine, contestants across the country will be able to submit an original Mionetto sparkling cocktail recipe into one of two groups: bartending professionals and consumers. After narrowing down the submissions, the top three finalists in each category will be invited to a special mix-off event at the Food & Wine test kitchen in New York City. The professional champion will be featured in Food & Wine and the consumer champion will receive a trip for two to Italy to visit the land of Prosecco. Finalists will be determined by Justin Noel, top NYC-based mixologist, a Food & Wine editor, and Enore Ceola, managing director and CEO of Mionetto USA.

The inaugural challenge in 2016 received over 600 entries. On the consumer level, Dassy Pawlik from Buffalo, New York won with her inspired recipe, “Pompelmo Spruzzo,” which took Mionetto’s Brut Prosecco to another level. Meanwhile, the professional winner Patti Scarf from Kalamazoo, Michigan took a refreshing approach with the “Cucumber Fizz,” pairing the flagship Mionetto Prosecco Brut with cucumber, gin, and simple syrup. Click on the photo to visit the Mionetto Cocktail Challenge website.

The “Mionetto Cocktail Challenge” presented by Food & Wine

The “Mionetto Cocktail Challenge” presented by Food & Wine

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