Bellini meaning

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A cocktail made of champagne or sparkling wine, sugar, and puréed fruit, often peaches or strawberries.
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Family of Venetian painters, including Jacopo (1400?–1470?), most of whose works have been lost, and his two sons, Gentile (1429?–1507) and Giovanni (1430?–1516). Giovanni, the most illustrious of the three, profoundly influenced the Venetian school of painting with his interest in light and color. His works include Saint Francis in Ecstasy.
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A cocktail consisting of champagne or other sparkling wine with peach juice.
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(person) 1429?-1507; Venetian painter: son of Jacopo.
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(person) 1430?-1516; Venetian painter: teacher of Titian: son of Jacopo.
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(person) 1400?-70?; Venetian painter.
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(person) 1801-35; It. operatic composer.
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Alternative capitalization of Bellini.
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Origin of bellini

  • After Giovanni Bellini (from the fact that the color of the drink reminded its inventor of a color used in one of Bellini's paintings)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition