Frozen Rosé Party and To-Go Ideas

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Another great way to enjoy rosé when the weather turns warmer is to have a frozen rosé slushy. Wine slushies are a great way to enjoy cocktails.   

The only issue is often they don’t taste that good. I have bought many that were much too sweet to enjoy. So the key is to balance the fruit with just enough sweetness.

 

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Frozen Rosé

Serves 6

 

1 bottle rosé 

1 cups frozen strawberries

1/2 cup sugar 

1/2 cup water

1/8 cup lemon juice

 

Add one bottle of rosé to a 13 x 9 pan and freeze for at least 6 hours.

 

Add the sugar and water to a small saucepan. Stir until melted. About 3-4 minutes. Let cool & chill completely.

Add the simple syrup, lemon juice and the frozen strawberries to a blender and blend well.

 

Add the frozen rosé to the strawberry mixture in the blender and re-blend. Add to chilled glasses and garnish with fresh strawberries.

Optional- Add a splash of sparkling rosé or champagne to top off if desired.

 

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Garnish ideas for a Frozen rosé bar

I love the idea of a frozen rose bar! Line the glasses up and have small bowls with garnish options. (I am all about the candy!)

 

  • Rosé soaked gummies
  • Sliced strawberries
  • Candied citrus peel
  • Fancy Sprinkles
  • Pomegranate arils
  • Pop Rocks


Add these fun cocktail napkins to your bar cart or table.

 

To-Go Frozen Rosé

 

If you want to have this to-go, use the recipe above and instead of pouring into a pan, pour into these to-go popsicle sleeves and drink pouches.

How fun to have rosé popsicles or pouches in the freezer! Ready for when a friend stops by or for you to enjoy whenever the mood strikes.

 

You can even get your bottles delivered by Drizly if you are located in their delivery area.

 

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Frozen strawberry hibiscus rosé sangria

 

Our strawberry hibiscus infusion can be frozen too! After the rosé is infused, and strained, Pour into a baking pan and freeze for at least 6 hours. 

Scoop frozen sangria into the blender and re-blend. Pour the slushy into glasses garnish with fresh strawberries if desired and enjoy!

 

Conclusion frozen rosé

As you can see we are huge rosé fans! There is so much fun that you can have with this great wine.

Parties are great with rosé sangria or frozen rosé because not only do they taste amazing, they are such pretty drinks. 

 

These drinks should be a staple on everyone’s spring or summer drink menus! Try our Crisp White Sangria & Rich and Fruity Sangria too.

Check out our article ” How to make sangria” for traditional red and white sangria recipes. This article tells you everything you need to know about making sangrias.