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Delicious Peach Frosé Recipe

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Which drink screams SUMMER more than this easy Peach Frosé Recipe?! Ripe peaches, rosé wine and a generous glug of vodka are blended together into a grown-up, fruity wine slushy recipe that takes just 10 minutes to make!

Two servings of rose wine blitzed with fresh peaches in jars with metal straws on a grey background.
These grown-up fruit and wine slushies are perfect for hot summer days.

Why you’ll love this quick Frosé recipe

This quick Peach Frosé Recipe uses juicy, ripe peaches for the ultimate frozen summer cocktail!

Frosé is a delicious wine slushy recipe that is perfect for summer. It is usually made by blending rosé wine with ice (or by blending ice cubes made with wine). Strawberries are added for flavor and to amp up that pretty rosé pink color.

The simple brilliance of a good frozen margarita teaches us that adding alcohol to make a grown-up version of a kid’s drink is always a good idea.

Related: Vodka Sunrise Slush

All you need is a blender and some ice, and you’ve got the perfect frozen peach cocktail for a hot day in just 10 minutes!

And once you’ve made the basic frozen wine cocktail recipe, you can change up the wine, fruit and spirits to suit your tastes (Like I’ve done here – who doesn’t love a little vodka?!)

A frosty glass of Frosé with Fresh Peaches is sweet, fruity, and the perfect vodka cocktail to cool down in the afternoons as things start to heat up. Make a pitcher for your next pool party!

Ingredients

Peach Frosé ingredients on a grey background.
Only 5 ingredients are needed to make these frozen peach cocktails for guests!

Here’s what you need to make the BEST Peach Frosé recipe:

For maximum fruitiness make sure your peaches are really ripe, they should come away from the stone easily when you are slicing them.

If you have really good nectarines to hand use them instead – did you know nectarines are just a different type of peach? Crazy, right?!

Also, if you can’t get ripe peaches or they are out of season, feel free to use frozen peaches instead.

Use whatever rosé you love that is drinkable – you will be able to taste it in the drink – but which is affordable as you will be mixing it with fruit and ice.

Try to go for something dry, but if you only have a sweet bottle to hand simply reduce the amount of honey.

I used honey to sweeten this easy frosé recipe, but you can use pure maple syrup instead, or even simple syrup.

See the printable recipe card for quantities and full recipe.

Directions

Wine being poured into a blender with quartered fresh peaches.

Step 1

Add all the fruit to a blender and add the rosé.

Runny honey being poured into a blender with sliced peaches and rose wine.

Step 2

Add the honey, vodka and ice, and pulse until smooth, for around 2 minutes.

Peach Froze served in a jar garnished with fresh mint and a metal straw.

Step 3

Pour into glasses and garnish with the mint, peach slices or thyme.

Serve immediately and enjoy!

Variations

  • Change up the spirits – I use vodka here to give this frosé a kick without adding much flavor, but gin, tequila or white rum will also make a delicious drink where you can taste them.
  • Add raspberries – peach and raspberry is such a dreamlike combo, add a handful to the blender to add extra fruitiness and to turn your drink pink!
  • Use white wine – I know this is a ‘frosé’ recipe, but this drink will be just as delicious if you use a bottle of white wine to make a peach white wine slushy instead! To keep the sweetness in this recipe well-balanced, choose a sweet white wine.

Tools

The secret to success with this recipe is to have a good, high-powered blender. I like this one and have used a Ninja for years. Otherwise, you might need to peel your peaches before adding them otherwise you might get bits of skin still in your drink. Yuck!

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have to add vodka?

No. Vodka is nice as it adds a little oomph so when the ice melts the cocktail keeps a bit of potency. But you don’t have to if you don’t want to.

If you leave out the vodka it will creat a lower-alcohol version of the cocktail.

What sort of glasses should I serve this in?

I’ve used jars here as I think they look really fun and they suit my metal re-usable straws. However, whatever glass you want works! I think frozen drinks also look really pretty in wine glasses or gin goblets served with a short paper straw made by cutting a longer straw in half.

Can I use this recipe to make a smaller batch of peach frosé?

Yes! As this drink can’t really be made ahead, simply scale the amounts to suit how much you need – this recipe makes 6 servings so you need 1 x peach for each drink. If you don’t want to open a new bottle of wine, you can always buy half-size bottles or a can from the grocery store.

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Two servings of rose wine blitzed with fresh peaches in jars with metal straws on a grey background.

Fruity Peach Frosé Wine Slushy

Ripe peaches, rosé wine and a generous glug of vodka are blitzed together into a grown-up, fruity wine slushy recipe that takes just 10 minutes to make!
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Course: cocktails
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 6
Calories: 208kcal

Ingredients

  • 6 peaches cored and sliced
  • 1 bottle rosé wine
  • 1/4 cup vodka
  • 4 tbsp runny honey
  • 2 cups ice
  • mint sprigs, peach slices or fresh thyme to garnish

Instructions

  • Add all the ingredients to a blender and blitz until smooth. This usually takes around 2 minutes.
  • Pour into glasses and garnish with mint, peach slices or thyme.
  • Serve immediately, and enjoy!

Notes

Variations
  • Change up the spirit – gin, tequila or white rum in place of the vodka will also make a delicious drink where you can taste them.
  • Add raspberries – add a handful to the blender to add extra fruitiness and to turn your drink pink!
  • Use white wine – use a bottle of white wine instead –  to keep the sweetness in this recipe well balanced, choose a sweet white wine.

Nutrition

Calories: 208kcal | Carbohydrates: 30g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 0.4g | Saturated Fat: 0.03g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Sodium: 30mg | Potassium: 279mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 25g | Vitamin A: 489IU | Vitamin C: 6mg | Calcium: 20mg | Iron: 1mg
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