To think that a little more than a year ago, frozen rosé, aka frosé, was on the fringes of summer refreshers. After all, its very existence seemed more sorority house dare than sound cocktail concept. Wine was something to be sniffed, swirled and studied, not dumped mindlessly into a blender. America begged to differ. Today, the adult slushie sensation appears on bar lists (and Instagram feeds) from coast to coast, proving that sometimes the best rule to good imbibing is to just chill out and drink.
Ingredients in The Frosé Cocktail
1 bottle Rosé (750mL, something full-bodied and dark in color, such as a pinot noir– or merlot-based rosé)
Rosé (750mL, something full-bodied and dark in color, such as a pinot noir– or merlot-based rosé)