Served on the wedding day of cocktail luminary Sasha Petraske and his wife, journalist Georgette Moger-Petraske, this punch appears in his posthumously released recipe book Regarding Cocktails, which was completed by Moger-Petraske following his passing. She calls the punch "the month of May in a glass," but the simple, refreshing combination of elderflower liqueur, dry vermouth, and prosecco makes this gentle cocktail a year-round standby. In the colder months, opt for fresh cranberries for a seasonally-appropriate garnish.
- 1 1⁄2 cups St-Germain elderflower liqueur
- 6 cups dry vermouth, such as Dolin
- 12-15 cups prosecco, to taste (3-4 bottles)
- Assorted seasonal berries, for garnish
- Orange wheels, for garnish
- Lime wheels, for garnish
- Lemon wheels, for garnish
Combine elderflower liqueur, dry vermouth, and prosecco in a large punch bowl.
Immediately before serving, add large block of ice and garnish with citrus wheels and berries.