Rosé is one of my FAVORITE wines. Making it in to Frosé will help you stay cool down in the summer weeks. In this recipe I’m sharing my favorite Strawberry Frosé . Basically a sweet wine slushy. The ingredients are simple and the flavors are amazing!
Choosing Your Wine
Rosé is a pink hued wine with sweet delicate flavors ranging from cherry to honeydew it all depends on the grape and how long it’s fermented.
If you are using wine in a cocktail there is no need to spend a lot. Pick something that you like the taste of, and that’s also affordable.
I’m using Cupcake Rosé in my Frosé. It’s easy to find at most liquor or grocery stores, it has undertones of strawberry and jam, and it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg!
Start by blending about half of the bottle of Rosé with two cups of ice, the strawberries, and the Agave Nectar.
If you want it a little slushier add more wine, if you’d like it thicker add more ice!
It’s that easy to make! Garnish with a few strawberries and enjoy this refreshing drink.
Add about half of the bottle of Rosé to the blender. Next add two cups of ice. Throw in the strawberries and the Agave Nectar. Blend well. Garnish with strawberries!
Add about half of the bottle of Rosé to the blender.
Next add two cups of ice.
Throw in the strawberries and the Agave Nectar.
Blend well. Garnish with strawberries!
If you like this recipe try the Frozen Watermelon Daiquiris too! There is nothing like a nice slushy drink on a hot summer’s day!
Jackline AJuly 28, 2019 at 4:31 am
This looks super tasty. I love anything that has strawberries in it. Thank you for sharing.
David ElliottJuly 28, 2019 at 11:26 pm
This really looks delicious. I am going to have to try this out at home when I get the chance. Making my mouth water just looking at it.
Alexandra CookJuly 29, 2019 at 6:37 pm
I love strawberry froze too!!! But I just find it too tedious to make, although I haven’t really attempted at making one, haha.
Kalyan PanjaJuly 30, 2019 at 11:59 am
You surely enjoyed preparing this classic strawberry frose a lot. The post is certainly giving me some cocktail goals to try next weekend.