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How do you take all of the best parts of summer and patio drinking, and put them together? In a frozen wine slush cocktail, of course! Today we’ve got a delicious strawberry frosé for you. Thankfully, these drinks are super simple, as long as you have a strong enough blender. With the right ratios, all you have to do is a dump and go.
What is Rose’ Wine
I for one love the trend towards easily accessible rosés. There are two primary styles of rosé, dry and sweet (technically medium-dry or medium-sweet). For this recipe, you can use either and adjust the sugar content to your own liking. The only downfall is that these beverages often end up in the “patio pounder” category, meaning it’s very easy to throw back a whole bottle in the blink of an eye!
Never fear, turning your favorite rose into a delicious wine Slurpee can help with that. They are slower to drink than sipping on a plain glass of wine. Grab your blender and a handful of ingredients, that’s all you’ll need for a homemade happy hour that you will love.
How to Make Frosé
A Frose’ is a Frozen Rose Wine Slush. When you make it frozen, you will drink it slower. Check out how to make that happen, below.
Frozen Wine Slush Cocktail Ingredients
- 4 cups of your favorite Rose’ Wine
- 2 tablespoons of sugar (or to your liking)
- 2 teaspoons of lemon juice
- 1 1/2 cups of sliced strawberries
- 1-2 cups of ice
How to Make a Frozen Wine Slush
This recipe is super easy! All you do is add all of your ingredients into the bleder and blend.
Note: Start off with 1 cup of ice, if you want it thicker, add in more. Taste for sweetness once done, add in additional sugar if desired.
**If you have time, you can freeze the rose wine in a tight fitting container a minimum of 6 hours and leave out the ice for a stronger drink. Follow the steps as above to create an even stronger slush, without ice.**
Doesn’t this drink look delicious?
Garnish each glass with strawberry slices, to make it look even more appetizing!
Keep in Mind
The brighter the colour of your rose, when added to the strawberries, the more of a colourful pop the whole thing will have. Blending ice makes for a pale pink and slightly white colour, so the darker the rose, the more it will offset the ice.
Other Recipes to Try
If you enjoyed this recipe, take a look at some of our other delicious cocktails, below!
- The Best Wine Slushie Recipes to Cool You Off
- Brunch Cocktails to Start the Day Off Right
- Raspberry Peach Sangria: Choose Your Own Wine
- Red Wine Milkshake Recipe
- Sparkling Peach Wine Float
Don’t forget to pin this to Pinterest so you can easily find your favorite wine cocktail!