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Try Frosé— the Strawberry Frozen Rosé Wine Slushy of Our Dreams

When you want a drink as pretty as it is tasty, when you can’t decide between red or white wine, or when you want a wine that’s light, fruity, and anywhere on the dry-to-sweet, you trust rosé. And when you want a drink that combines all that with some refreshing coolness, you turn to Frosé— and trust us to show you how it’s done!

Turning rosé wine into “Frosé” is so simple. Just freeze your favorite blushing wine, then mix it up with vodka and fresh strawberries. The result? A truly grown-up wine slushy perfect for parties, girls’ night, or just a relaxing sunny Sunday afternoon.

Frosé
Prep: 8Hrs | Total: 8Hrs 5 Mins
Serves: 4-6 servings
Difficulty: Easy
Ingredients
1 750ml bottle Dry Rosé
1 1/2 Cups Chopped Strawberries (about 1/2 pound)
1-2 Ounces Vodka (2-4 tablespoons)
1-2 Tablespoons Granulated Sugar (Optional) (Can substitute with other sugars or sweeteners)
Directions
Pour the rosé into ice cube trays and freeze for at least 8 hours or overnight, until solid.
Once frozen, add the rosé cubes, strawberries, vodka, and sugar, if using, to your blender. Blend the mixture on high until smooth.
Pour frosé into glasses and garnish with strawberries, if desired.
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We all have our own wine preferences, and since rosé comes in such wide varieties, it’s safe to say we all have our own pink wine preferences. Thankfully, you can make your Frosé fit your tastes, too! Use your favorite rosé wine – we like dry – and add the optional sugar to sweeten it up, if you like.

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The vodka we added not only gives the Frosé an extra flavor kick, it also helps keep it from freezing too hard, a helpful trick if you want to make your Frosé ahead of time and freeze it for later. (We recommend using ice cube trays, if you do!) If you’re not planning on storing it and you don’t like the taste of vodka, you can leave it out altogether, or experiment with other liquors. Elderflower liqueur, gin, or peach eau de vie would all be great.

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For another fun option that doesn’t require your waiting for the rosé to freeze, reverse the recipe! Use frozen strawberries instead, and add in some chilled rosé wine. Just use a little less wine to get the same fun and delicious slushy consistency.

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