Wine SLUSHY Recipes

Use two iconic Northwestern fruits- cherry and peaches and a crisp bottle of rosé to make these fun wine slushy recipes when you need to cool down on a hot summer night.

What is a wine slushy?

I give you two cocktails for the price of one. Frosé or rather- frozen Rosé wine- mixed with either mint infused simple syrup and frozen peaches or cherries. It is bright and sweet without tasting like a dacquiri.

If you do not have time to freeze the Rosé, a well chilled bottle will work fine- the beverage will just not be as slushy.

The mint infusion gives the cocktail even more boldness. Mint cuts through the sugar making this cocktail more enjoyable to drink.

Choose a bold Rosé. You do not want an inexpensive bottle. Ask your local wine merchant for help on this.

How to Make Wine Slushies or Frosé:

Pour your bottle of Rosé in a pan or glass dish in the morning and let it freeze throughout the day. Add a tiny drizzle of grenadine to Rosé- really just for color.

Make a simple syrup and let chill all day as well.

In a blender combine frozen wine, simple syrup and frozen fruit. Garnish with mint or slices of more fruit. Serve in ice cold glasses.

Ingredients in this Wine Slushy Recipe:

  • Rosé
  • frozen cherries or frozen peaches
  • grenadine
  • mint
  • sugar
  • water
  • ice

Equipment needed to make this cocktail:

  • high power blender- buy my favorite HERE for under $100
  • freezer proof glass dish
  • wine glasses- Click here to purchase my favorites for this recipe
  • saucepan for simple syrup

Other PNW Favorite Summer Cocktails to Try:

More Variations to these Wine Slushy Recipes:

  • Hawaiian- Make a slushy out of frozen pineapple
  • Florida- Use frozen orange juice or grapefruit and white wine
  • Texas- Add a shot of tequila
  • French–Freeze champagne instead of rosé
  • California- Add in more stone fruits like nectarines and plums and a crisp Napa Valley Rosé

Wine SLUSHY recipes

Recipe by Meggen Wilson Course: Cocktails, MOST POPULAR RECIPES, Summer RecipesCuisine: CocktailDifficulty: Easy


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These two Northwestern fruits- cherry and peaches make one great frozen cocktail when you need to cool down on a hot summer night.


  • 1 bottle bold Rosé wine

  • 2 cups frozen cherries OR

  • 3 cups frozen peaches

  • fresh mint- reserve a few stems for garnish

  • 1 cup water

  • 1/2 cup sugar

  • grenadine

  • ice


  • Pour entire bottle of wine into a large glass dish. If desired, add a dash of grenadine. Place in freezer for at least 6-8 hours or overnight. Mixture will not completely freeze because of the alcohol.
  • In a small saucepan, make a simple syrup with sugar, water and mint. Bring to a simmer and stir until all the sugar has disolved. Let cool, pour into a container and place in the fridge until time to assemble your beverage.
  • Place serving glasses in the freezer to chill.
    Remove mint leaves from simple syrup.
    In a blender, add 2-3 ice cubes, 2 TBSP of simple syrup or more to taste, the frozen fruit of your choice and the frozen wine. Blend until frosty and slushy.
    Garnish with a thinly sliced fresh peach or cherry and a sprig of the remaining mint.
    Serve immediately.
    Leftovers can be stored in a zip lock bagged ( we recommend double bagging) for up to one month.

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