Non-alcoholic Bellini Cocktail

27 Nov 2023

A Bellini is a famous cocktail that was invented at Harry’s Bar in Venice in 1934. 

A Bellini combines peach puree with sparkling white wine to create a refreshing cocktail. In this non-alcoholic version the sparkling wine is replaced with sparkling grape juice.


1 litre pure, unsweetened peach juice
750ml sparkling white grape juice
50g grapes OR 1 peach OR 213g can peach slices in juice
Ice cubes


Ice cube tray
Fridge or freezer
Large jug (to hold at least 2 litres)
Wooden spoon
Chopping board
Sharp knife
Swizzle or cocktail sticks and decorations (optional)


  1. Chill the peach juice and the sparkling white grape juice.
  2. Pour the peach juice into a jug.
  3. Add the sparkling grape juice and stir.
  4. Cut the peach into 1cm thick slices.
  5. Pour into glasses decorated with grapes, peach slices and swizzle sticks.
  6. Add some ice cubes and serve immediately.

Skills used include:
Measuring, chopping, mixing/combining and serving.

Something to try next time

  • Try creating your own cocktail by mixing sparkling ginger ale or apple juice with still juice such as
    cranberry and invent a name for your cocktail.
  • Swap the sparkling grape juice for sparkling water.
  • Try freezing a small piece of fruit or slices of lemon or lime in each ice cube.

Prepare now, eat later

  • Chill all of the ingredients in the fridge for 2 hours before using them.
  • The cocktail needs to be served as soon as it is made before it loses its sparkle. Refrigerate any leftover cocktail.