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Relax. Summer isn’t over yet. There’s still plenty of time to chill out by the pool and sip refreshing rosé. Or, better yet? Keep cool on the hot days ahead with a frosty pitcher of frosé (aka frozen rosé). Our friends at Fleurs de Prairie recently taught us a fast and easy way to turn our favorite pink drink into wine slushies -- and we haven't looked back.
To start, choose a flavorful, medium-to-full-bodied rosé, such as Fleurs de Prairie Rosé ($18). Bursting with strawberry and cherry flavors, plus hints of tangy berries and citrus, this wine has just the taste you want in a summer slushy. Plus, it pairs well with grilled fish, light salads, cheese, and ripe fruit.
Thirsty yet? Learn how to get your frosé fix below.
Serves 2-3 people
- 1 bottle rosé
- 4 oz Licor 43 (a sweet liqueur with citrus and vanilla flavors)
- 2 oz lemon juice
- ½ cup fresh strawberries hulled and chopped
- Pour rosé into an ice cube tray and freeze until solid, at least three to four hours or overnight if possible.
- Meanwhile, thoroughly wash and hull strawberries; chop into small pieces.
- Add rosé ice cubes, Licor 43, lemon juice, and strawberries to blender and blend on medium speed until a smooth, slushy consistency is formed.
- If mixture is not well frozen, add ice cubes to blender until desired consistency is reached.
- Pour into glasses and garnish with a fresh strawberry.
Tip: Rosé can be frozen up to one week ahead of preparation.