Rosé Wine Slushy

This beauty is a rosé wine slushy, a social media darling known more playfully as a “Frosé“. This fun, prep-ahead wine cocktail is made by blending and freezing fresh fruit, rosé wine, and sweetener and is an absolute winner. These refreshing grown-up slushies come together in minutes and are perfect for warm summer days. There are lots of frosé recipes out there, but truthfully, most tend to be way too sweet. This recipe has just a touch of sweetness and is a blend between a fun frozen cocktail and a glass of wine, without the calorie bomb.

rosé wine slushy

Wine Selection

This recipe calls for a dry rosé wine, but it can easily be made with a sauvignon blanc, pinot grigio, and a Moscato. Since it’s a summer cooler, I suggest going with something light and fruity.

rosé wine slushy

Fruit Options

Ripe, juicy strawberries are my go-to for making wine slushies, but this recipe is completely adaptable. Like making a lovely bowl of overnight oats, the add-ins are limitless so go ahead and get creative by adding other fruit or by blending fruits for an unexpected flavor punch. Watermelon, sweet cherries, raspberries, peaches, mangoes, and blackberries are all wonderful fruit options. The amount of agave can easily be adjusted to taste so if you switch out the fruit, or perhaps prefer a sweeter profile, simply add more as desired.


I like to top my wine slushy with a splash of wine because this is a wine drink, not a frozen cocktail. But this too can be omitted or altered, based on your preferences. Alternative options include adding sparkling wine or even sparkling juice. The addition of a little carbonation is lovely as well.

This rosé wine slushy is refreshing, has minimal ingredients, and is incredibly easy to make. This is the drink of the summer if you ask me. The bonus with wine slushies, you can make and keep them frozen for a few days before serving. This makes them a great option for friends who drop in unexpectedly.

rosé wine slushy

About the Author

Andrea Potischman

I am a professionally trained NYC chef turned CA mom and food blogger. I post about real food, with doable ingredient lists that are family friendly.

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