I love anything that brings an experience from far away or super fancy, into my own refrigerator or pantry. So even if I thought I wasn’t a Bellini drinker (peach puree with prosecco, invented by Giuseppi Cipriani at Harry’s Bar in Venice), when I spotted these Cipriani Bellinis in a can, I knew I had to get some to have on hand. No, they’re not cheap (at $26 for 8 cans), but they’re certainly cheaper than going to the source in either NYC or Venice.


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Comments (3)


  1. Posted by: Sarah

    Love Bellinis, but I prefer making mine fresh with peach puree and Zardetto Prosecco…the best!

  2. AMAZING. I was fortunate to have had the real thing at Harry’s Bar in Venice and I thought, well that’s something I’ll never be able to have again, most likely (me not travelling to and from Venice like more than, ONCE IN MY LIFE). So excited to see this product exists!

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