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Royalty Peach Sparkling Wine




750ML / In Stock

This Peach Sparkling Wine is a beautiful soft orange color that is
accentuated by tiny bubbles. Fresh aromas of juicy ripe peach are
layered with hints of angel food cake and citrus.


Lightly fruity with a nice, natural tangy finish, this refreshing crisp sparkling wine pairs well with roasted nuts, soft white cheeses on a baguette, fruit salad, and pound cake or fruit pastries.

VARIETAL: Grape Wine with Natural Peach Flavor

YEAR: 2023


ALCOHOL: 11.5%


Cocktail Recipe


A Peach Bellini is a delicious and refreshing cocktail that combines prosecco or sparkling wine with peach puree. It's a wonderfully refreshing drink, especially during this heat wave! Here's a simple recipe to make a Peach Bellini:

What you’ll need:

  • Limited Edition Royalty Peach, chilled. Keep it in the fridge until you’re ready to serve the drinks 

  • Frozen peaches (16 oz bag)

  • Water (approximately 1/2 cup, needed for blending)

  • Simple syrup (optional, for added sweetness)

  • Blender or food processor

Making peach puree is an easy process that involves blending fresh or frozen peaches into a smooth, thick liquid. This puree can be used in recipes such as smoothies, desserts, sauces, and baby food. 

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How to make peach puree with frozen peaches:

  1. Place the peach pieces in a blender or food processor. Start with 1/4 cup of water to help with the blending process. 

  2. Blend until smooth: Pulse or blend the peaches until you achieve a smooth consistency. As needed, add a splash of water to adjust the thickness of the puree to your liking. If it becomes too watery, add a couple more peach slices. Play around with it until you reach a consistency you’re happy with.

  3. Strain (optional): If you want an extra-smooth puree, you can strain it through a fine-mesh sieve to remove any remaining bits of skin or fibers.

  4. Taste and adjust: At this point, you can taste the puree and adjust the sweetness by adding a little sugar, honey, or other sweeteners if desired. 

  5. Use or store the peach puree: Use the peach puree immediately or store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2-3 days. If you want to preserve it for a longer period, consider freezing it in ice cube trays or freezer-safe containers for up to 3-4 months.

For the Bellini:
Prepare the Glasses:

  1. Take champagne flutes or other tall and slender glasses and chill them in the refrigerator, or add ice cubes and water to them for a few minutes before pouring the Bellini.

Assemble the Peach Bellini:

  1. Add 2-3 tablespoons of peach puree to each chilled glass.

  2. If using simple syrup, you can add a drizzle to each glass as well, depending on your desired level of sweetness.

  3. Slowly add the chilled Royalty Peach to the puree mixture. 

  4. Gently stir to combine the peach puree and Royalty Peach.

  5. Serve immediately. Peach Bellinis are best enjoyed fresh, so serve them as soon as they are prepared to savor the bubbly goodness and the natural flavors of the peaches.

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What is


All champagne is sparkling wine but not all sparkling wine is champagne. Let us explain further. Sparkling wine is any carbonated wine, which includes carbonated wines made from a variety of grapes and they can be different colors but they all use carbon dioxide to create their iconic bubbly effect. This generic term, sparkling wine, encompasses the more specific sub-category of champagne.


The fizz and bubbles occur from the natural fermentation process. When sugar is added to the yeast, the yeast will react with the sugar and create carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide is trapped and bottled for your enjoyment.

What is


While many people use champagne and sparkling wine interchangeably, it's actually incorrect. A sub-category of sparkling wine, champagne gets its name from the Champagne region of France. Only sparkling wines from the Champagne region can be called Champagne. If they are made anywhere else, they are simply referred to as sparkling wines. Champagne accounts for 60% of France's sparkling wine production.

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