Rosè Frozen Fruit Slushies

These frozen Rosè (frozè) fruit slushies with Llano Estacado Wine are my new favorite summer treat!

Frozen Rosè Wine & Fruit Slushies

rosè wine slushies with strawberries and peaches

These 3-ingredient Rosè wine fruit slushies are so delicious, Y’all, and they come together in less than 10 minutes! 

Thank you to Llano Estacado Winery for sponsoring today’s recipe

I’m about to introduce y’all to your new favorite summer poolside drink (which can also be made into wine popsicles–  keep reading for that!)

If your kids are anything like mine, they love visiting the shaved ice stands to get a tall cup of shaved ice drowning in neon colored syrups to cool them off on a hot day, and while that’s nice and all, these Rosè Wine Slushies are about to become your favorite adult version of their favorite summer treat.

All you need is a bottle of Llano Estacado Signature Rosè, frozen strawberries, and frozen peaches. Add that to a blender and in under 10 minutes you’ve got the most delicious adult treat for a day by the pool, reading a book in the hammock, or girls night!

Rosè wine and fruit frozen slushies

The strawberries and peaches add a light, natural sweetness that pairs perfectly with the fruity Llano Estacado Rosè and using the frozen fruit means you don’t need to add any extra liquid or ice to make these!

Frozè fruit slushies


These frozen rosè (frozè) << see what I did there 🙂 slushies are tangy, fruity, sweet, and absolutely amazing.  I had so much fun playing around with this recipe, and I could seriously drink these every single day!  It’s reached a ridiculous level of hot down here in Texas, so when I’m making anything, I want it to be 1) easy 2) refreshing 3) simple and these meet every one of those requirements!

These are the perfect thing to serve at your next get together, whether it’s a girls night, bbq, or just because… these are not only refreshing and fun, they come together so easily, and you probably already have all the ingredients on hand, and if not… they’re easy to pick up and keep on hand so you can whip these up in a snap!

Rosè Frozen Wine Slushies

frozen rosè wine slushies

See below the recipe for an added bonus way to serve this frozen treat!

Frozen Rosè Wine Fruit Slushies

Strawberries, peaches, and Rosè wine whip together in the blender to make a yummy adult friendly frozen drink to delight and keep you cool this summer
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Prep Time:5 mins
Total Time:5 mins


  • 1 bottle Llano Estacado Signature Rosè Wine
  • 3 Cups whole frozen strawberries
  • 3 Cups sliced frozen peaches


  • Scoop 2 heaping cups of frozen strawberries and 2 heaping Cups frozen peaches into a mixer, pour in a bottle of Llano Estacado Signature Rosè Wine and blend until smooth. Add in the additional cup of strawberries and cup of peaches, blend until smooth.
  • Serve with fresh strawberries and peaches for garnish


If these are a little tart for your liking, you can add in a Tablespoon of honey or simple syrup to taste.
Author: Rachel - A Southern Fairytale

Bonus Wine Popsicles Serving Idea:

We have these nifty zip-close popsicle bags  <<< amazon affiliate link>>

You can pour the slushie mix into these baggies, freeze them, and then you have your own scrumptious adult popsicles ready whenever you need a cool treat!  Bring these to your next gathering and you’ll be everyone’s favorite!

frozen wine popsicles


Disclosure: This post is brought to as part of a partnership with Llano Estacado Winery . All opinions expressed are my own. Sponsored posts help me pay for the costs associated with this blog (like the groceries…so very many groceries, Y’all), and help support me as I follow my dreams of recipe development and food photography. All opinions are 100% my own. Thank you for supporting the brands and companies that support A Southern Fairytale.




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    1. You would LOVE these! They’re so simple to make, delicious to eat, and easy to keep on hand 🙂 Rosè is new to me, too, that’s why I asked to work with it for this, and I’m having so much fun with it! YUM

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