There are 2 main definitions of Bellini in English:

Bellini1

Syllabification: Bel·li·ni
Pronunciation: /bəˈlēnē
 
/
The name of a family of Italian painters in Venice, including Jacopo ( circa 1400–70) and his sons Gentile ( circa 1429–1507) and Giovanni ( circa 1430–1516).

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There are 2 main definitions of Bellini in English:

Bellini2

Syllabification: Bel·li·ni
Pronunciation: /bəˈlēnē
 
/

noun (plural Bellinis)

A cocktail consisting of peach juice mixed with champagne.
More example sentences
  • One favorite at Red Square with a spring feel is the Bolshevik Bellini (champagne, peach vodka and peach schnapps).
  • He mixed us up a couple of his signature Bellinis from fresh peach juice and Prosecco - these cool and refreshing drinks were the perfect cappers for a warm and leisurely afternoon.
  • Olive Garden's drink menu also features two frozen Bellinis (peach and strawberry) along with those classic favorites, daiquiris and frozen margaritas.

Origin

from the name of Venetian painter Giovanni Bellini (circa 1430–1516): the cocktail is said to have been invented in Venice during a major exhibition of the artist's work in 1948.

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