The Negroni sbagliato is an aperitif created at the historic Bar Basso in Milan in the 1960s.
It differs from its Florentine cousin, the classic Negroni, thanks to the spumante used instead of gin. The drink is therefore lighter due to having less alcohol.
There are many variations but here is a traditional recipe.
One third spumante
One third Red Martini
One third Campari
Half a slice of orange
Put a handful of icecubes in the glass and add the other ingredients. Mix well and garnish with orange slice.