This bubbly Negroni variation, whose name means “bungled,” was invented at Bar Basso in Milan in 1968 when a bartender accidentally put sparkling wine into the drink instead of gin. It is an excellent choice for a brunch cocktail.
- 1 1⁄2 oz. dry sparkling wine
- 1 oz. Campari
- 1 oz. sweet vermouth
- Stir wine, Campari, and vermouth in an ice-filled shaker. Strain into an old-fashioned glass filled with fresh ice; garnish with orange twist.