The spritzer (or fröccs in Hungarian) is a casual accompaniment to intimate social gatherings. A bubbly refresher, made from a certain combination of sparkling water and wine, is essentially considered a national drink in Hungary. At festivals, concerts and entertainment venues, one of the most popular drinks these days is the rosé spritzer, and many flavoured versions of this drink now also exist. However, the basis of the spritzer is traditionally dry white wine. The classic spritzer consists of a mixture of 20 cl of wine and 10 cl of club soda, which is called a large spritzer (nagyfröccs), but spritzers are served in many other proportions, all of which have their own names, and the number of combinations are limited basically only by your imagination. Examples are the ‘long step’ (hosszúlépés) consisting of 10 cl of wine and 20 cl of soda, or the so-called ‘vice-housekeeper’ (viceházmester) with a mixture of 20 cl of wine and 30 cl of soda.