Recipe courtesy of David Burtka

Champari Gold

  • Level: Easy
  • Total: 10 min
  • Active: 10 min
  • Yield: 8 servings
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4 large navel oranges

8 sprigs rosemary

1 750-ml bottle champagne, chilled

2 ounces Campari


  1. Use a peeler to remove eight 5-inch strips of orange peel. Make sure to remove only the orange peel, leaving behind as much white pith as possible.
  2. Cut each sprig of rosemary into 4-inch pieces. Remove the leaves from the bottom 1/2 inch of the rosemary sprigs, exposing the stems.
  3. Roll up each strip of orange peel from one end to the other, peel-side out, to resemble a rose. Pierce the exposed end of the rosemary sprig through the rolled orange peel, ensuring the rosemary holds together both ends of the orange rose.
  4. Divide the champagne among 8 flutes (about 4 ounces per glass). Top each with a splash of Campari (about 1/4 ounce). Drop a rosemary orange garnish into each flute.
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