New Year’s Cocktail – Bubbly Gin & Ginger

Food, HolidayJournalPineridge Recipes | December 29, 2017

What are you doing to ring in the new year this year? We’re thinking lots of food, drinks and sparkle this New Years Eve! While sometimes you just want to stay in and have a quiet end to the year, most of the time we’re celebrating with friends, family and sending the year off with a bang, so to speak. It’s kind of funny how lots of the things that remind us of New Year’s Ever literally make popping & banging noises: fireworks, noisemakers, champagne bottles…

Do you ever wonder why we choose to “pop a bottle” in celebration? Champagne has been associated with luxury for a long time.  Apparently, the first bottling of wine with carbonation and the signature cork dates back to the 1500’s and was adored by European royalty. These days a lot more of us get to enjoy the bubbly pleasures of champagne. Although, we may opt for some of champagne’s bubbly counterparts: cava, prosecco or sparkling wine. Here at Pineridge Hollow we’re not one to break this tradition, but we have put a little spin on December 31st’s signature drink.

See the recipe below, or click here to download and print your very own recipe card.

Don’t feel like being the host this year? Make a reservation with us and enjoy Chef Matty’s 5-course New Year’s Eve dinner menu along with our Bubbly Gin & Ginger cocktail. Find the menu here



1/2 oz gin

3 oz prosecco

2 oz ginger ale

1 ½ oz cranberry juice

Candied ginger

Rosemary for garnish (optional)



  1. Pour gin, chilled prosecco, ginger ale & cranberry juice in a champagne flute.
  2. Drop a piece of candied ginger in at the end for extra flavour and bubbles.
  3. We garnished ours with a sprig of rosemary.