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Make an Instagram-Worthy Strawberry Frosé at Home

Make an Instagram-Worthy Strawberry Frosé at Home

Frosé, a blended cocktail made with Rosé and fruits, has become a popular party drink over the last few years. There’s something about frozen Rosé that seems to be an instant crowd-pleaser. One of the most loved variations of the Frosé is the Strawberry Frosé, and today, we’re sharing a recipe that you can make Instagram-worthy at home!


The History of Frosés

The Strawberry Frosé has come a long way. While this delicious drink first appeared on restaurant and bar menus a few years back, it’s now a staple in most bars and cafes throughout the United States. The recipe is almost the same, but with the social media sharing boom, everyone wants their Strawberry Frosé to be Instagram-worthy, appealing, and highly presentable.

Our favorite place to have a frosé is Wine Bar George, the only wine bar led by a Master Sommelier. It is found at Disney Springs at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. Theirs does have a touch of vodka, too.


Strawberry Frosé Ingredients

  • 1 Bottle (750 ml) Rosé wine
  • 10 oz. Strawberries (Fresh or Frozen)
  • 3 Cups Ice 
  • Strawberry (Garnish)

For your garnish, you can cut a small slit in the strawberry and hang it over the glass lip, or cut it into pieces and thread them through a toothpick or party pick and hang them over the top.

Pro Tip: If your Frosé isn’t quite sweet enough, try a quality drizzle of honey or simple syrup to reach your desired taste. Add 3 ounces of strawberry syrup, either homemade or purchased at the grocery store, to deepen the strawberry flavor. 


Not sure what kind of Rosé to choose? I wouldn’t spend much money for a higher-quality bottle since it’s getting blended anyway. My favorite is Mama Rose Rosé, made by Messina Hof in Texas, but by the rule of thumb, go for the darkest color of the ones you have to choose from. Messina Hof has this to say about this wine: 

“Mama Rosa Rosé is a smooth blend of grapes with subtle floral aromas of hibiscus and soft rose petals. Bright flavors of ripe cherries and tangerines make this a versatile wine that’s perfect for food pairing.”


Frosé Recipe Instructions

  1. Pour the rosé wine into a blender.
  2. Add strawberries and ice.
  3. Blend, but not enough to remove its slushy-like consistency.
  4. Pour into wine glasses. Garnish with a strawberry.
  5. Cheers!

Can I Use Different Fruits?

Fancy another berry flavor? Blueberry and raspberry frosé are other tasty options, but my top pick would be peach, using frozen sliced peaches. A hint of cream to the peach variety will add depth to your drink. Adding a few mint sprigs to the blueberry is a game-changer, too.


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