Summer Wine Slushies

Summer Wine Slushies

Pairs Well With… 4th of July celebrations + Summertime sunshine + Friends + Cheer

Summertime cocktails are the best. They hit the spot and taste so refreshing on a hot summer’s day.  Add a few friends, sunshine and some patio chairs on the deck and you’ve got yourself summer happy hour.  These are also a great summer drink to share at your upcoming 4th of July parties!

These wine slushies are quick (3 minutes, no joke) and easy to make, plus, the fruit adds a little extra zip of flavor.

Wine bottles Chardonnay Rose Cabernet

I’ve put together a couple of variations that I find to be fantastic pairings:

Strawberry Chardonnay

Strawberry Chardonnay
Raspberry Rose

Raspberry Rose

Blueberry Cabernet

Blueberry Cabernet

Ingredients:

1 bottle of wine (750 ml)
1 bag of frozen fruit
Blender
Wine opener

Instructions:

  1. In a blender, pour in your preferred bag of fruit
  2. Add 2-2 1/2 cups wine (a little more if you like them on the boozier side)
  3. Blend for 20-30 seconds, until fruit is blended thoroughly with no chunks
  4. Pour. Serve. Have fun.

Wine Slushies Indoors

Have leftovers? Making more than needed for your crowd?  That’s okay, these freeze up to 3 weeks.  Simply remove from freezer 15 minutes before you’re ready to serve.

Wine Final Frozen Leftovers

0 comments on “Summer Wine Slushies
  1. Kathleen Howell says:

    Leftovers? LOL Yum, now I know what I’m taking camping this weekend!!

  2. Katie says:

    These look amazing! Easy, creative, impressive, crowd pleasing!!!!

  3. Michelle says:

    I am such a wino! I love my wine! What a great way to mix it up! Sounds like the perfect summer cocktail!

  4. Eileen xo says:

    I am a huge wine slushy fan! My favorite summer drink! I think I will make one of these in an hour 🙂

  5. playdatesparties says:

    My sister had wine slushy mix a couple years ago that was probably filled with a lot more sugar than this. I can’t wait to give this a try at the beach this year…thanks for the pairing recommendations!

    • Also, if you were to use a Bordeaux red, due to French processing regulations, growers can’t add additional sugar other than what the grape offers, so that offers an even lower in what option!

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