Strawberry Frosé

If you haven’t already, I think it’s about time for you to jump on the frosé train. Quite possibly the most refreshing beverage on the block.  And, you’ll be completely shocked at how easy it really is.

This Strawberry Frosé is less than 5 ingredients, so simple, and beyond delicious. Perfect for summer nights on the patio, gatherings with friends, or lounging by the pool.

This recipe is sponsored by Dexas

Strawberry Frosé

First things first, you need to get that rosé into the freezer about 8 hours before you plan on making them. Pour 1 bottle of dry rosé into a large gallon sized ziplock bag and seal it, removing any excess air. Now double bag it so we don’t have any leakage in the freezer. Pop the bag of rosé into the freezer for about 8 hours, or until completely frozen.

Strawberry Frose

Next, simply pour the entire bag of frozen rosé into your blender, along with frozen strawberries, simple syrup (instructions below), and lemon juice. Blend it up until smooth and slushy and voila! Serve in chilled wineglasses with fresh mint and enjoy!

I’m loving my Dexas lemon cutting and serving board because its so easy to use, clean, and store, but also really summery, adding a pop of color to the table. All Dexas products make me the happiest because they are made with purpose and really high quality. All can be popped directly into the dishwasher and seriously last for years! I mean how cute is this lemon board? You could use it for so many things!

Strawberry Frosé

How do you make Simple Syrup?

Making simple syrup at home is beyond simple. Combine equal parts sugar and water in a medium sized sauce pan. I usually make extra so that I can store the leftovers for other recipes. Simply bring the water and sugar mixture to a boil in a medium sized saucepan, stirring frequently. Boil for 2-3 minutes, until sugar has dissolved and liquid has slightly thickened. Remove from heat and let cool. You can store simple syrup in an airtight container in the fridge for a few weeks to keep on hand for any other recipes/cocktails.

Can I make this Frosé ahead of time and store in the freezer until I’m ready to serve?

Absolutely! Follow all instructions and then pop the prepared Strawberry Frosé into a sealed container directly into the freezer. When you are ready to serve, let thaw for a few minutes and enjoy. Always the option to toss back in the blender for a quick spin before serving.

This is definitely my go-to summer beverage, and you bet your bottom dollar I’ll be sipping on one this evening. Enjoy!!

Do I have to freeze the rosé beforehand?

You don’t have to, but I would highly encourage it! If you don’t have time, simply pour the entire bag of chilled rosé into the blender with all other ingredients. Add plenty of ice so you’re able to achieve a similar “slushy” texture.

Other delicious beverages to try!


Strawberry Frose
  • Yield: 3 1x


  • 1 bottle of dry rosé (I love Miraval, Summer Water, and Whispering Angel)
  • 3 c frozen strawberries
  • 1/4 c + 2 T simple syrup (equal parts sugar + water)
  • Juice of 1/2 lemon
  • Mint leaves, as garnish


  1. Pour rosé into a gallon sized ziplock bag, double bag it, seal it and place in the freezer over night. 
  2. Add frozen rosé, strawberries, lemon juice, and simple syrup to a blender; puree until smooth and slushy. 
  3. Serve in a chilled wine glass and garnish with strawberries and mint leaves. ENJOY!!!
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