Flipping Out for FROSÉ!

February 13, 2020

If you're a fan of Rosé, we have the recipe to make all your cocktail dreams come true... Frosé (frozen Rosé) is like a grown up icee – fruity, sweet and dangerously delicious! 


Make your own Frosé
Just follow these simple steps and you will be sipping on your Frosé in no time!



  • 1 Bottle of Rosé – 750ml (why not choose one of our Hunter Valley favourites) 

  • 1 Cup of strawberries (fresh or frozen)

  • 15ml cocktail sugar syrup

  • 2 Cups of ice  



  1. Cut up strawberries into quarters, hulling each one.

  2. Add bottle of Rosé, strawberries, sugar syrup to an electric blender with two cups of ice.

  3. Blend on high until the rose appears smooth – add extra ice if you prefer it thicker. 

  4. To serve, place the blended mixture into a three large stemless wine glasses. 

  5. Add additional fruit of choice for garnish.



  • Add a shot of Hunter Distillery’s Strawberry Liqueur for more of a kick!

  • If you don’t have cocktail sugar syrup at home replace it with 1 tablespoon of sugar to add to the blend. 

  • Add fresh lemon or orange juice for a citrus zest. 

  • Experiment with a different combination of different fruits – watermelon (highly recommended), peach, raspberry or mango.

  • To satisfy all the sweet tooths out there – add another tablespoon of sugar to the blend and around the brim of the glass for an extra sweet Frosé!

Pictured L–R: McGuigan Cellar Select Rosé $25; Tamburlaine Winelover's 2019 Petite Fleur Rosé $22; Pokolbin Estate 2016 Nebbiolo Rosé $25; Hunter Distillery Strawberry Liqueur $29/250ml.


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