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Strawberry Peach Frose (frozen rosè)

This easy strawberry peach frose recipe comes together with simple ingredients like frozen rosé blocks, sweet strawberry simple syrup, and frozen peaches. This easy recipe needs to be on your summer cocktail rotation, stat! We have been slurping on this frozen wine slushy all summer long to beat the heat. All you need is one blender and plenty of wine glasses! Scroll down to watch the fun video that we made and the simple recipe!

Strawberry Peach Frose in Coupe Glasses with Mint


I have been waiting for this post to come out ALL SUMMER!

This is 100% my favorite cocktail I have made all summer. I was so excited for this strawberry peach frosé recipe that I made a fun video for you showing how to make this slushy, fruity, frozen cocktail. My dearest friend Sabrina in the video loves a sweet wine drink so I had to make sure she got in on the action.

This whole strawberry peach frose recipe was inspired by two different things.

One, my love of slurpees as a kid. During those hot summer months during summer vacation, I was so excited to head to 7-11 with my parents after they got off work. We would go in the evenings after an afternoon of swimming and usually some kind of bbq’ed dinner. California summers were very casual in my family’s home and its those simple afternoons that were some of the best. I can remember being sunburned, exhausted from swimming, and drinking a mega blue and cherry slurpee. Gah, those were the days. The thought of having one now makes me want a shot of insulin nearby.

Which brings me to reason number two why strawberry peach frose will be one of your favorite summer cocktails! This whole summer I have been CRAVING a slushy cocktail. For some reason my pinterest cocktail board this summer has been flooded with slushy cocktails. I knew that frosé was mega trendy in the food world, so I thought what the hell, I’ll give it a shot and finally kill the craving.

Frose Ice Cubes and Lemon Slices in a White Bowl

Strawberry Peach Frose being poured from a Blender into a Couple Glass

There were tons of frosé recipes out there that featured literally blocks of frozen rosé. Basically, you pour frosé into an ice block mold, blend it up, and call it good. BORING.

I felt like I could do a little better than that, so I went to recipe development work…

I wanted to stick with flavors that are in season, so I went with strawberries and peaches. Plus, I just freaking love peaches and try to sneak them into recipes as much as possible, like this pie and these smores! The actual strawberry peach frose recipe literally comes together in seconds, but you have to be a little prepared.

Does Rose freeze?

Not completely, because of the alcohol content.  So I like to put the Rose in ice cube trays and freeze them the night before because you have to do this at least 4-6 hours before blending.  Because Rose does not freeze completely, they might be a little crunchy, but that’s okay!

Get your peaches frozen too!  I used frozen peaches because they kept the drink a lot colder and didn’t melt the drink (like regular temperature peaches would).

Last but not least, I make a super simple strawberry syrup (literally water, sugar, and strawberries) and let it chill overnight so I can just be ready to go the next day!

How do you make a frozen drink at home?

Once all your ingredients are frozen and ready, you will be ready to make this Strawberry Peach Frose recipe.  The next day, put everything inside your blender (I love my Vitamix because it is super powerful) and turn that baby on for like 30 seconds, or until nice and smooth. (Make sure not to blend for too long, because the heat from the blender will actually start to melt all your ingredients.)  And there you go!

Simple, boozy, fruity. You’re going to freaking love this recipe for a refreshing strawberry peach frose!

Strawberry Peach Frose in Coupe Glass with Mint

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Strawberry Peach Frose + Video!

  • Author: Elizabeth Van Lierde
  • Prep Time: 12hr 10min
  • Cook Time: 5min
  • Total Time: 12hr 15min
  • Yield: 4 1x


This easy strawberry peach frose recipe comes together with simple ingredients like frozen rosé blocks, sweet strawberry simple syrup, and frozen peaches. This easy recipe needs to be on your summer cocktail rotation, stat!



1 750 ML Bottle of Rose, your favorite!

Strawberry Simple Syrup:

1 cup Granulated Sugar

1 cup Water

2 cups Strawberries, quartered

Strawberry Peach Frose:

1 1/22 cups Frozen Peach Slices

1 cup Strawberry Simple Syrup

1/2 cup Limoncello, or your favorite clear spirit

Fresh Peach Slices + Mint Sprigs, for garnish


  1. Pour bottle of rosé into ice cube mold and freeze at least 4-6 hours, or overnight.
  2. Strawberry Simple Syrup:
  3. In a small sauce pan, heat sugar and water on medium heat until clear and sugar is dissolved.
  4. Add in strawberries and bring to a soft simmer.
  5. Remove sauce pan and syrup from heat and allow strawberries to steep for 30 minutes.
  6. Strain syrup from strawberries into a jar. Refrigerate syrup for at least 30-60 minutes before using, or overnight.
  7. Strawberry Peach Frose:
  8. In a blender, combine frozen rosé blocks, frozen peach slices, strawberry simple syrup, and Limoncello. Blend for 30-60 seconds, or until smooth and frothy.
  9. Pour into wine glasses and serve with fresh peach slices and mint sprigs.


Freeze the rose blocks and peaches the night before.  And make your strawberry simple syrup, too!

Do not blend the frose for longer than 60 seconds, or all your frozen ingredients will start to melt.

Don’t forget to pin this for a hot summer day! 

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