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Strawberry Bellini Champagne Cocktail

Yields1 Serving

Strawberry Bellini Champagne Cocktail recipe

 8 oz Prosecco
 4 oz strawberry syrup (see recipe below)
 Strawberries for garnish
 Strawberry flavored sugar (we like this one by Gustus Vitae) for garnish
 1 lb strawberries (fresh is better, but frozen will work in a pinch)
 1 cup Water
 1 cup Extra fine or fine sugar

Hull and chop your strawberries, then add them into a medium-sized saucepan along with the water and sugar. Place the pan over medium-high heat and bring your mixture to a low boil and let the mix cook until the fruit begins to break down (about 8 to 10 minutes). Stir, stir, stir the whole time!

Remove the saucepan from the heat. Place a mesh sieve over a large measuring cup. Strain your syrup through the sieve (to get rid of the fruit solids). Discard the berries or use the berries for another dish (we love adding them to plain yogurt!)

Now carefully pour the syrup back into the saucepan. Bring this mixture back to a boil, then reduce the heat to low and bring the mix to a simmer. You will want to simmer your syrup until it reduces and thickens up a bit (about 5 to 10 more minutes).

Once you’ve hit that stage, remove the pan from the heat and let your syrup cool. Store your syrup in a glass container and keep chilled in the refrigerator.


Moisten the glass rim of your chilled champagne glasses with the strawberry syrup. (We brush this on so it doesn’t get gloppy and so we can get a thin, even layer of moisture.) Place a little of the strawberry flavored sugar into a bowl.

Dip the rim of your glass into the flavored sugar. Gently move the glass around the sugar, rotating the glass as you go. Hold upside down and shake off excess sugar. Set aside and repeat.


Once your glasses are rimmed with the sugar, add about 1 oz of strawberry syrup into each glass. Top off glass with Prosecco. Garnish with strawberries, if desired.