How to Make a Non-Alcoholic Bellini. Hailing from Italy, the Bellini combines peach puree with sparkling wine to create a refreshing cocktail. When you make a non-alcoholic Bellini, you replace the sparkling whine with sparkling grape juice. Best of all, you don't need to measure any ingredients.
Things You'll Need
Peach juice, chilled
Sparkling white grape juice, chilled
Sparkling white grape juice
Chill the peach juice and the sparkling juice before beginning to make a non-alcoholic Bellini. The Bellini is meant to be a cool, refreshing drink.
Ready a champagne flute. A champagne flute is like a wine glass, but the bowl is much narrower.
Pour peach juice into the champagne flute, filling it halfway.
Fill the rest of the way with non-alcoholic sparkling grape juice.
Mix the juices with a swizzle stick. Be careful not to slop the non-alcoholic Bellini over the sides of the champagne flute.
Serve the non-alcoholic Bellini immediately. The drink has no traditional garnish, but you can add one if you like.
If you would rather use actual peach puree to make a non-alcoholic Bellini, the proportion of peach to sparkling white grape juice will change from 1 part peach juice to 1 part sparkling grape to 1 part peach puree to 5 parts sparkling grape juice. You can substitute sparkling cider or club soda for sparkling grape juice.
Add the sparkling grape juice carefully. Although not as bubbly as champagne, the grape juice still produces plenty of fizz.