Summer is here and you know what that means! Wine slushie season! Whether you’re sitting poolside or having an indoor love affair with your air conditioner, a wine slushie is what you’re missing. Nothing says summer quite like fruit and crushed ice, am I right? New or old wine fan, it’s always nice to change things up from time to time. Here are the Best Wine Slushie Recipes for you to mix up to beat the heat!
Related: These wine slushies go great with some perfectly chilled wines from our top recommended wine fridges.
Strawberry Frosé may have been “so 2016”, but some things are classics and will always be good. This is one of them.
Cooking With Carlee
Not only are these a perfect way to cool off, they’re really pretty! They’re super easy to make and are guaranteed to be your new favorite drink.
The View From Great Island
A delicious blackberry drinks with Moscato, but you can use any white or rosé wine you have laying around. This recipe makes it easy to make non-alcoholic for non-drinkers too!
The Soccer Mom Blog
A little tangy, a little sweet. I’m gonna need you to calm down over there because I’m excited too! Just make sure you have something the kids can have or you might be in for some trouble.
Swirls Of Flavor
This drink would be perfect for those patriotic holidays coming up. This slushie only calls for two ingredients, hurray!
Swirls Of Flavor
This is a drink that’s gonna be hard to put down but thankfully easy to make. And that’s good news because you’ll want to make this over and over again!
My Kitchen Love
This Slurpee on steroids will have you blending wine on repeat all summer long. This takes a little bit of pre-planning as you need to freeze things overnight, but well worth it!
Wander Lust And Wellness
Is it truly summer until the watermelon is around? This recipe is easy, and best of all you can use seedless watermelons to make it even easier!
A Turtles Life For Me
This slushie is affordable, easy, and SO good. And the directions for making it look pretty are pretty cool too.
Dude That Cookz
A lot of love was put into this recipe! The author made sure the wine paired well with the fruits used – and you can tell!
The Kitchen Is My Playground
Can you blame me for adding this drink? This slushie is paired with semi-sweet white wine and is aces!
Honey and Lime
I have one word for you: sorbet. OMG, right? Don’t forget to share.
Dash of Jazz
A simple and straightforward recipe that calls for strawberry and pineapple. This takes less than one minute to make once your fruit is frozen, so try to drink it slowly. (I dare you!)
Living Sweet Moments
You can’t have alcoholic summer drinks without mango in the mix somewhere. This recipe calls for ginger and lime, which is neat! (Don’t forget the ice cream.)
Living Sweet Moments
Would you just look at the pictures in this post? I don’t need to be hungry or thirsty to want to devour these!
We Are Not Martha
If you’re looking for the perfect “I’m taking time off and I deserve to indulge” treat, you’ve found it. It is watermelon season, after all. Why wouldn’t you make these all summer?
This recipe is a bit more complicated, but it’s totally worth it once you taste your work. This is basically white wine sangria in frozen form, which makes it perfect for sweet white wines.
All I can say is OMG. I’m going to be drinking this delicious mix of strawberry, orange, and honey a LOT this summer!
This wine slushie covers more than just your craving for some frozen wine. It’s also dessert! And you can have your dessert before dinner, I won’t tell.
Salt and Lavender
Watch out, Frosé fans. We have a new contender! Like most of your wine slushie recipes, this requires a little planning ahead, but it’s no biggie!
If you live in the south as I do, summer is going to last a lot longer than these drinks will. I’m glad I have plenty of months to try out all of these recipes because I honestly can’t pick a favorite. If you haven’t jumped on the frosé bandwagon yet, you don’t know what you’re missing!
Which of these wine slushie recipes jumped out at you? Tell me in the comments what you made and how much you loved it! Cheers!