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Cranberry Mimosa

Cranberry Mimosa
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The following recipe and photography was provided by recipe developer and food photographer, Ashley Durand of Plate & Pen.

There’s no better way to start a holiday morning or cozy winter weekend than with a festive mimosa in-hand!

A traditional mimosa features two key ingredients: orange juice and prosecco. Sounds pretty simple, right? While mixing a mimosa is easy, making the perfect mimosa requires the right ingredients, like Heinen’s Vin Hunter Prosecco.

Every year at the holidays, Heinen’s releases their own Vin Hunter Prosecco made by their partners and friends at the Loredan Gasparini winery, a family-owned winery located in the epicenter of the highest quality Proseccos in the world. Heinen’s wine experts had a chance to visit the winery a few years ago and even brought in a Vin Hunter Prosecco Rosé. Delicious and extremely affordable, these Proseccos fly off the shelf each winter, so stock up now for all of your holiday mimosa making.

Vin Hunter Prosecco Bottle with Cranberry Mimosa

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

  • You’ll Impress Guests with a High-Quality Italian Prosecco. Vin Hunter Prosecco is available for a limited time exclusively at Heinen’s at a value you simply must see to believe. Its crisp, not-too-sweet flavor is extremely elevated. If you’re looking for bubbles on a budget, Vin Hunter is it!
  • It’s Perfect for Brunches and Evening Parties. While mimosas are often associated with the morning, swapping classic orange juice for cranberry juice makes this cocktail festive enough for your annual holiday party!
  • It’s Easy to Dress Up! For added holiday flare, consider making 3-ingredient frozen rosemary sprigs to adorn the rim of each glass.

Cranberry Mimosa

Cranberry Mimosa


  • Vin Hunter Prosecco
  • Cranberry juice
  • Cranberries
  • Orange slice, for the rim
  • Fresh rosemary sprigs
  • Agave nectar or Heinen's honey, for rosemary
  • Granulated sugar


  1. Make the rosemary sprigs. Pour a generous amount of agave nectar onto a large plate. Roll the rosemary sprigs through the agave until mostly coated. Heavily sprinkle the rosemary sprigs with the granulated sugar, then place them on a paper towel or tray. Place in the freezer for 45 minutes to one hour.
  2. Make the cocktails. Run an orange slice around the rim of each glass, then run each rim through a plate full of granulated sugar.
  3. Fill the rimmed glasses 3/4 of the way full with prosecco.
  4. Pour in your desired amount of cranberry juice.
  5. Drop in a few cranberries.
  6. Add a frozen rosemary sprig to the rim of each glass and serve.

Cranberry Mimosa

Ashley Durand

By Ashley Durand

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