Raspberry Rose Bellini Raspberry Rose syrup and sparkling Rose Champagne
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Raspberry Rose Bellini

2014 February 14
by Leah Bergman

Happy Valentine’s Day friends! Last night I hosted a Valentine’s Day Piñata making party at the Anthropologie in Beverly Hills. We had such an amazing turnout of ladies and gents ready to craft their hearts out. It was the very best way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with friends and I will certainly share photos from the night very soon.

Raspberry Rose Bellini

Today, whether you are celebrating with friends, family or your sweet heart; take some time to toast to love with this Raspberry Rose Bellini! It’s floral and fruity and or course full of sparkling Rosé Champagne. The perfect Valentine’s Day sip! Cheers.

Raspberry Rose Bellini

photos by Leah Bergman

Raspberry Rosé Bellini
serves 2-4

1 pint of fresh raspberries – set a couple aside for garnish
2 Tbs granulated sugar
Brut Rosé Champagne
1 tsp Rose Water- I like Nielsen-Massey


1. In a small bowl, combine raspberries, sugar and rose-water. Mash with a fork, cover and allow to sit in the refrigerator covered for at least 30 minutes to allow juices to develop.
2. Strain raspberry-rose syrup through a fine mesh sieve pressing pulp with the back of a wooden spoon.
3. Add one fresh raspberry to each champagne flute, top with a little Raspberry Rose syrup and fill to the top with Brut Rosé. Sip and enjoy!

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Leah Bergman

Editor at Freutcake
Designer, blogger, cocktail shaker. Classic with a bit of sparkle. Founder & Editor of Freutcake.

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  1. Allie permalink
    February 14, 2014

    Yum, this sounds great!!

  2. February 14, 2014

    Happy Valentine’s Day, doll! Thanks again for having us last night. Hope you get to rest a bit today and celebrate with your dude! xoxo

    • February 17, 2014

      Thank you for coming Thursday night! I hope you and crafty man had a very happy Valentine’s Day as well.

  3. February 14, 2014

    That piñata making party looked like so much fun! And this looks like a great Valentine’s Day cocktail. Or should I say, Galentine’s Day! 😉

    • February 17, 2014

      Galentine’s Day indeed Amanda! That was EXACTLY what it turned out to be…you should take a look at today’s post if you haven’t.

  4. February 15, 2014

    Beautiful! And I’m sure, delicious!

  5. February 15, 2014

    I love bellinis! Though to be honest, I’ve only ever had them during the summer. The color on this one is fantastic!

  6. February 21, 2014

    Sounds yummy–and looks even better. I NEED to know where those champagne flutes are from!

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