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Start With a Bottle (or More) of Rosé

I opted for Vino Rosé from Charles Smith (it has a Band of Roses Rosé now), but really, the sky is the limit. Note that a dry wine will taste tangy and tart when frozen, and a sweet wine won't taste as sugary once frozen.

This 1-Ingredient Rosé Slushie Recipe Is Exactly What Your Summer Nights Need

We love a good cocktail any time of year, but when warmer days roll around and the sun shines just a little bit longer, we find ourselves craving something . . . cooler (literally). And while there are frozen margaritas and even Frosé to enjoy, one thing we haven't seen is just straight-up Rosé, frozen and transformed to a slush without the syrupy additions. After all, you don't add sugar packets to a glass of wine, right? (If you do, we need to talk.) Plus, we just love turning our favorite drinks into slushies (hello, White Claw slushies!). Life's just more fun that way. To make this delicious Rosé slushie, keep reading for a step-by-step guide. Your backyard happy hours will never be the same!

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