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Peach Bellini - A Light Refreshing Way to Begin the Day

A nice, refreshing peach bellini is a great way to start out any day. It will transport you straight to the Italian coast. You will almost be able to feel the breeze on your face.

February 22, 2021
Peach BelliniPhoto By Canva
Difficulty Easy
Servings 6-8 people
Preparation 10 mins
Cooking 0 mins
Total 10 mins

Peach Bellini Recipe Video



  1. Combine peach slices and mango nectar in a blender until smooth.
  2. Pour peach mixture into champagne flutes with the help of a sieve until half full. Fill glasses with Prosecco.
  3. Serve immediately, garnished with peach slices, if desired.
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Peach Bellini
Serves 6-8
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value*
Potassium 162 mg3.4%
Protein 0.8 g1.6%
Total Fat 0.3 g0.4%
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.


  • Use peaches when they are in season because they will have the best flavor. You may also use frozen peaches when peaches are out of season.
  • Feel free to add ice to the mixture for a frozen version.
  • Use crushed mint as a garnish for a little more freshness.
  • Use a lemon-lime soda in the place of prosecco for a non-alcoholic version.
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One of the best feelings in the world is having a nice brunch on a beautiful day. What makes it even better is when you add a cool, refreshing beverage to the mix. A peach bellini is perfect whether you are needing a little “hair of the dog”, a bit of a relaxer, or maybe all of the above. This recipe is sure to give you the effect you seek and is delicious to boot. Make it with some lemon-lime soda and it can be enjoyed by everyone.

What is a peach Bellini made of?

The beauty of a peach bellini is that it is super simple to make and even better to enjoy. All one needs to make a good peach bellini are some peaches, mango nectar, and either prosecco or champagne. Or if you do not have or do not drink alcohol, substitute it for a lemon-lime soda.

What is the difference between a Bellini and Mimosa?

The biggest difference between a bellini and a mimosa is that bellinis tend to be thicker because they contain actual fruit that is blended with the nectar and the prosecco or champagne. So, yes one can actually have a peach mimosa using just nectar, but once actual fruit is added it becomes a bellini.

What alcohol is in a Bellini?

The best alcohol for a bellini is prosecco. It has a hint of fruitiness that blends well with whatever fruit you chose to make your bellini out of. You may use champagne or if you are not in the mood for alcohol or want the whole family to enjoy, you can substitute the alcohol for a lemon-lime soda. Or if you are in the mood to boost up your bellini, you add a bit of vodka or peach schnapps.

What is Bellini Cipriani?

A Bellini Cipriani is a version of a peach bellini that was invented by Giuseppe Cipriani in 1948 in his Venice bar called "Harry’s Bar". It is made of white peach pulp and broth instead of the usual prosecco.

Is Prosecco better than champagne?

While prosecco and champagne are very similar, there are slight differences that make prosecco a little better in drinks with fruit. This is because prosecco tends to be a little sweeter than champagne. Prosecco can also have hints of other fruits which adds to the flavor of the other fruits in the drink.

Can you buy Bellini in a bottle?

Yes, you can purchase bellinis in a bottle. You can also purchase them in a can, almost like an alcoholic soda or sparkling cider.

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