You Can Now Buy Prosecco Pie, Just In Time For The Holidays

The only thing that could make your holiday toasts better is sparkling wine in dessert form, and thanks to this collaboration between Ruffino Wines and New York’s Little Pie Company, the sweet you’ve been missing in your life finally exists.

The two companies teamed up to create a Salted Caramel Prosecco Pie — and it sounds absolutely amazing. Inspired by your favorite holiday drink, prosecco, the pie offers a crisp apple flavor, much like the sparkling wine, and the tartness is balanced out with sweet notes of caramel and brown sugar. Of course, there’s prosecco baked right into the pie, too.

The pie’s decorative top makes it perfect for any party. You’re sure to be a hit at every holiday event if you walk in carrying this:

Little Pie Company

Apparently the pie was just as fun to make as it is to eat, as Arnold Wilkerson, the creator of the pie, reportedly said in a press release. “We had a blast creating the Ruffino Prosecco Pie, from finding the perfect balance between the prosecco, apple, and salted caramel to ensure its mouthwatering taste, to decorating the crust,” Wilkerson said. “Prosecco and pie are holiday staples, so now you can enjoy them all at once!”

If you live in the NYC area, this pie is available for pick-up or delivery and comes in 5-inch and 10-inch options, priced at $9.50 and $35, respectively.

And if you don’t live in the New York area … you’re still in luck! These pies ship nationwide through Foody Direct. The company is no longer accepting orders for Thanksgiving, but the pie will reportedly be available through Dec. 31, so be sure to check back about online ordering once Thanksgiving has passed.

If you aren’t able to get your forks on a slice of this prosecco pie, there are other alternatives you can make from scratch. This gorgeous cranberry bundt cake from the Pineapple & Coconut blog is perfect for the season and calls for prosecco in the cake batter as well as in the frosting. Cheers to that!

Pineapple & Coconut

Chocolate cake is fit for any occasion, especially when it’s made with prosecco! This recipe from Supper In The Suburbs calls for prosecco in the batter and the filling. Nestled between each layer of this decadent cake is prosecco-soaked strawberries. So, cutting into this will be just as exciting as popping the cork on a bottle of sparkling wine.

Supper In The Suburbs

Who’s ready to toast to these prosecco-filled desserts? I’ll drink to that!