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Chambord Bellini

Chambord Bellini is a delicious, easy cocktail recipe made with Prosecco and Chambord Liqueur. It’s a light, refreshing, and bubbly sipper that’s super elegant and perfect for New Year’s Eve toasting!

Chambord Bellini served in tall, narrow drinking glasses and garnished with a sprig of rosemary.

Indulge in the elegance of a Chambord Bellini, a cocktail that seamlessly blends the crispness of Prosecco with the rich, fruity notes of Chambord Liqueur. This cocktail is not just a drink; it’s a celebration in a glass, perfect for toasting special moments and making any evening feel like a grand event.

Why We Love This Festive Bellini

  • Elegant Yet Simple: Combining just two main ingredients, this Bellini epitomizes sophisticated simplicity.
  • Refreshing: The Chambord adds a sweet raspberry flavor, making each sip refreshingly fruity.
  • Perfect for Celebrations: Its bubbly nature makes it ideal for toasts and celebrations, from New Year’s Eve to special dinners.
  • Visually Stunning: With its deep, ruby color and garnish of rosemary, this drink is a feast for the eyes.
Pouring prosecco over Chambord in a pitcher.

Ingredients For Chambord Bellini

  • Prosecco adds the essential bubbly effervescence.
  • Chambord Liqueur infuses the drink with a deep raspberry flavor and rich color.
  • Berries will enhance the drink’s visual appeal and add a fruity aroma.
  • Rosemary Sprigs serve as a fragrant garnish.

How To Make Chambord Bellini

  1. Fill a pitcher with berries.
  2. Pour chilled Chambord Liqueur over the berries.
  3. Slowly add the chilled Prosecco.
  4. Garnish with rosemary sprigs.
  5. Serve in champagne glasses.

How To Serve

Serve this Chambord Bellini in elegant champagne glasses to accentuate its sophistication. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary for an aromatic touch and a handful of berries for a burst of color. It’s the perfect way to add a touch of luxury to any gathering.

Recipe Tips And Variations

  • Chill The Ingredients: Ensure both Prosecco and Chambord are chilled for the best taste.
  • Serving Tip: Use frozen berries to keep the drink chilled without diluting it with ice.
  • Customize Your Berries: Feel free to use a mix of your favorite berries for a personalized touch.
  • Adjust to Taste: Modify the proportions of Prosecco and Chambord according to your preference.
  • Non-Alcoholic Version: Use sparkling grape juice and a raspberry-flavored syrup if you don’t consume alcohol.
Chambord Bellini served in a pitcher.

Cocktail Recipes

Chambord Bellini - A wonderful combination of Prosecco and Chambord Liqueur create this light, refreshing, delicious and bubbly elegant sipper.

Chambord Bellini

Katerina | Diethood
Chambord Bellini is a delicious, easy cocktail recipe made with Prosecco and Chambord Liqueur. It's a light, refreshing, and bubbly sipper that's sophisticated and perfect for festive gatherings.
5 from 6 votes
Servings : 8
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • chilled pitcher
  • 6 cups frozen or chilled variety of berries, raspberries, cherries, cranberries, etc…
  • ½ bottle (300 mL) Chambord Liqueur, chilled
  • 1 bottle (750mL) Prosecco, chilled
  • rosemary sprigs


  • Fill a pitcher with berries.
  • Pour the chilled Chambord Liqueur over the berries.
  • Slowly pour in the chilled Prosecco.
  • Garnish with rosemary sprigs.
  • Pour into champagne glasses.
  • Serve.


Calories: 59 kcal | Carbohydrates: 14 g | Protein: 0 g | Fat: 0 g | Saturated Fat: 0 g | Cholesterol: 0 mg | Sodium: 1 mg | Potassium: 62 mg | Fiber: 3 g | Sugar: 9 g | Vitamin A: 55 IU | Vitamin C: 2.9 mg | Calcium: 9 mg | Iron: 0.2 mg

Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.

Course: Drinks/Cocktails
Cuisine: Italian
Keyword: bellini recipe, easy cocktail recipe, new years cocktail, prosecco cocktail
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22 comments on “Chambord Bellini”

  1. I made this for an evening with my lady friends and they loved it and wanted more.

    Delicious and not too sweet or strong. Will make again.

  2. this is just so festive! now if only it were acceptable to start drinking in the am 🙂 I guess I just have to wait until tonight to enjoy

    1. Just made this for Thanksgiving! Added in cranberries only (not a fan of sugary drinks) and a fresh rosemary sprig – so festive and delicious!

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    Deanna Kozarov

    Happy New Year’s to you and your family! I love Chambord and didn’t discover it until my 30th birthday at a downtown lounge, I totally was missing out! Need to add these two liqueurs to our minibar!

  4. Hi Katerina – we have the same taste in drinks. I love the sweet stuff too 😀

    Thanks so much for sharing this – one day I will try to make it too. Happy New Year!

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    Michelle @ A Dish of Daily Life

    Your posts always make me smile. I love Prosecco too, and this cocktail looks just about perfect to me. Happy New Year!

  6. I agree about toasting the end of 2015 with something special … alcoholic or not. Though if you’re with someone special, hot cocoa will do. 🙂

    The chambord bottle is so pretty as is the pitcher of fruits. I have creme de cassis and OJ for tomorrow morning’s Mimosa or Buck’s fizz. I’ve also got a poached pear (cranberry mead, honey, vanilla bean syrup) that I’m considering pureeing and topping with Freixenet. (I like a dry/Brut sparkling wine.)

    PS: Your post reminded me that I still have some of my dad’s home made rakia in the cupbord.

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    Becky Hardin | The Cookie Rookie

    WOW! I love everything about this. The pitcher, the glasses, the GORGEOUS photos, and of course the recipe. This is divine!

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