There’s just nothing quite like enjoying a bubbly Peach Bellini in the spring or summer! Enjoy a sunny brunch with friends with this sweet, fruity, and easy cocktail recipe. This bellini recipe uses homemade peach puree to really enhance the fresh flavor in the most gorgeous way!

Several glasses are filled with peach bellini and garnished with strawberries.

Peach Bellini

Sorry, mimosas… I think peach bellinis might just be the brunch drink of the summer. As much as I love pairing my waffles and eggs with a mimosa (especially when they’re bottomless), there’s just something so summery about a well made peach bellini! However, it’s important to note that most restaurants you buy one of these classic bubbly drinks at uses peach syrup, not peach puree.

Using peach puree to flavor a bellini makes all the difference in the world. When you look at the nutritional label for peach syrup, sugar is the first ingredient listed. Homemade peach puree is SO easy to make in about a minute or two and really lends the best, most summery flavor to the cocktail! The other ingredients at play include chilled prosecco, an optional splash of simple syrup and the garnishes of your choice.

You’ll also love serving these bellinis at home instead of overpaying at a restaurant. No need to fight the crazy Sunday brunch crowds when you can pinch a penny and make a way better quality drink in the comfort of your own home! Impress all of your friends with that real peachy flavor when you serve them these quick and easy homemade peach bellinis. Cheers!

Prosecco is being poured into a glass.

How to Make a Peach Bellini

This easy recipe comes together in no time. It’s as simple as pour, sip, and enjoy!

  1. Start with the puree. Divide your homemade peach puree evenly between two champagne flutes.
  2. Make it bubbly. Top off each glass with some prosecco.
  3. Garnish and serve. Gently stir in some simple syrup if you’d like, then top off the flutes with a few fresh berries or mint leaves. Enjoy!
A spoon is being lifted from a small bowl filled with peach puree.

Tips and Variations to Try

Here are just a few easy ways you can improve your bellinis for your personal preferences!

  • Swap the alcohol. Not a prosecco fan? Not a problem! You can use chilled champagne or dry sparkling white wine if preferred. Either will work just fine – just make sure that no matter what alcohol you choose to use, it’s chilled!
  • Make your own peach puree. This is SO important. And don’t worry, it’ll only take you all of one minute to make. Simply blend together some peaches and use when you’re ready. It beats the heck out of any of the store-bought peach flavorings that you can buy because it lends real, natural, juicy peach flavor to the drink.
  • Serve immediately. These are not drinks you should be making ahead of time. Why? The bubbles, of course! When you pour prosecco, champagne, or sparkling wine, it only stays bubbly for a short period of time. Try to not make these bellinis too far ahead of time, otherwise they’ll likely go flat.
  • The simple syrup is optional. I personally find that the peach puree lends the perfect amount of natural sweetness to the bellinis. However, you might crave a little more sweetness with each sip – and that’s perfectly fine! Stir in a little simple syrup at a time until you reach your desired level of sweetness. Keep in mind that you can always add more sweetness, but you can’t take it out once it’s in there.

No matter how you choose to make your bellinis, I’m sure they’ll be delicious. I mean, how can the classic combo of peaches and prosecco ever go wrong?

A strawberry and a peach slice garnish a glass of prosecco.

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Several glasses are filled with peach bellini and garnished with strawberries.

Get the Recipe: Peach Bellini Recipe

A simple and elegant brunch favorite, the Peach Bellini is a delightful mix of sparkling Prosecco and ripe peach puree.
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  • 1/4 cup peach puree
  • 16 ounces chilled Prosecco, champagne or other dry sparking white wine.
  • 1 tablespoon simple syrup, optional
  • Berries and mint for garnish


  • 2 champagne glasses


  • Divide the peach puree evenly between two champagne flutes.
  • Fill each glass with Prosecco, Champagne or sparkling wine.
  • Add a splash of simple syrup, if using, and garnish with berries or mint.
  • Serve immediately.
Calories: 157kcal, Carbohydrates: 15g, Protein: 0.4g, Fat: 0.1g, Saturated Fat: 0.03g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.03g, Monounsaturated Fat: 0.04g, Sodium: 22mg, Potassium: 259mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 14g, Vitamin A: 345IU, Vitamin C: 12mg, Calcium: 25mg, Iron: 1mg