Canella "Bellini" Wine Cocktail di Venezia

SKU #1022623

Bellini is a cocktail which, according to the original recipe, is composed of two parts of sparkling wine, one part of white peach juice (obtained from select, perfectly ripe peaches) and a few drops of wild raspberry. It is a classic aperitif, with an alluring peach fragrance. Bellini, estate-bottled in clear, satin-finished glass bottles, is the result of the fruit drink processing technology perfected by Canella after many years of long and scrupulous research, which guarantees its natural character. It is best enjoyed chilled.

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Staff Image By: Greg St. Clair | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/6/2016 | Send Email
One would think that this is just a gimmick wine, but it is so good you won't believe it! Also, it has a tendency for the pulp to separate, so you have to mix it up a bit in the bottle before you drink it, but wow, you're going to love it. I've had Bellinis at Harry's in Venice, and let me tell you, this can bring back the experience—perfect for brunch or just an afternoon in the back yard!
Drink from 2016 to 2017

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