Raspberry Frosé is a refreshing wine slush cocktail made with raspberries, peach and rose wine. Make it two ways: in a blender or an ice cream machine!
This Raspberry Frosé is one of my favorite wine cocktails, and one my friends are fans of too. I created this wine slush recipe and four more for the California Wines Fresh & Delicious California Wine Cocktails ebook, which you can download for free.
- Updated May 2021 -
How to make a Raspberry Frose wine slush:
This cocktail feels (and tastes) like a bright pink celebration of summer. Once you've blended up the base, you can pour it in an ice cream machine or freeze it and pop it back in the blender. Either way, make sure you allow plenty of time for freezing before planning to serve. The sweetness in the finished wine slush cocktail will vary based on the wine you choose and the natural sugar in the fruit. Both methods deliver equally delicious results - although the ice cream machine has less waiting, which I appreciate.
My friend Meg recently shared her favorite summer wine cocktail too: this Strawberry Lemon Smash. It's loaded with fresh strawberries, tangy lemons and sparkling wine, and definitely worth a try. You'll notice we're both edible flower fans, so when we ask each other if they are overkill, we already know the answer. 🙂 (Check out my Edible Flower Pistachio Shortbread Cookies!) Feel free to make yours sans blooms.
The red berry flavors of rosé wine are refreshing anytime - made even more so by freezing. If you have sweet or semi-dry rose and fresh fruit, I don't think you'll need to add sweetener. If your raspberries or the peach were frozen, or aren't at their peak, a little sugar might help.
I honestly can't wait for you to pour yourself a Raspberry Frosé and let me know what you think! If savory cocktails are up your alley, try this Farmers Market wine cocktail next.
Raspberry Frosé - Rosé Wine Slush
- ice cream maker
- 2 cups fresh raspberries
- 1 peach sliced
- ¼ cup sugar or more to taste
- 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
- 1 750 ml bottle California rosé wine chilled
- Garnish: fresh raspberries
Ice Cream Machine Method:
- Add the berries, peach, sugar and lemon juice to a blender and pour in the rosé.
- Process the ingredients until smooth, and taste a small spoonful to check for sweetness. (If more sweetness is desired, add 1-2 tablespoon of sugar and blend again.)
- Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and churn until thick and slushy. (About 40 minutes- 1 hour.)
- Scoop or pour the frosé into serving glasses and garnish with more raspberries to serve.
Blender + Freezer Method:
- Follow the blending procedure above.
- Pour the mixture into a 9x13 freezer-safe pan. Cover and freeze until mixture is mostly solid (at least 6 hours).
- Remove from freezer and scoop the mixture into blender. Blend just until mixture is smooth. Pour into glasses and serve.
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Frequently Asked Questions about this Wine Slush recipe:
You can use any rosé you choose in this recipe. The amount of sweetness in the wine will affect the flavor, so be sure to taste the base as noted in the recipe and adjust sugar prior to freezing. You can substitute a sweeter white wine in the recipe easily (Riesling, Muscat/Muscato, or a blend) but I wouldn't recommend red wines.
Absolutely. You can use frozen raspberries or even a mix of berries. You could also use frozen peaches or frozen nectarines.
You can make this wine slush with an ice cream machine or blender.
Yes. Since wine has a low alcohol content, it freezes well. Adding fresh fruit for the wine slush makes the consistency even better.
Yes. Red or white wine will freeze solid.
Frose is made of rose wine, fruit, and sugar or other sweetener. Ice is sometimes added, although most frose recipes simply freeze the drink base.
Yes. Frose is made with rose wine.