Berry Wine Slushies

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These refreshing and delicious Wine Slushies, a blend of frozen berries and wine, are the hottest cool cocktail recipe of the summer! This frozen wine slushie recipe is the perfect blend of sweet and tart flavors, made with your favorite wine and a mix of frozen berries.

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Friends! Let’s get this summer party started with a bottle of wine and frozen berries blended into a delightful wine slushie! This boozy treat is one of the easiest drinks to make, requiring just two main ingredients and some ice cubes.

During this time of year, we can’t get enough of refreshing summer fruits and icy beverages, so when it comes to cocktails, a wine slushie is the perfect choice. The sweet and tangy flavors of the wine and berries create a deliciously frosty blend that’s hard to resist.

For those who prefer non-alcoholic options or for the kids, I love to whip up a batch of blueberry kiwi slushies. They’re just as refreshing and fun without the wine. Whether you’re lounging by the pool or hosting a backyard barbecue, this wine slushie recipe is sure to be a hit. Cheers to a fantastic summer with the best wine slushies in hand!

Frozen berries in a plastic container.

Ingredients You’ll Need

Think about all the antioxidants packed into those frozen berries! And, according to studies, wine is really good for you, so SCORE! There are only 2 main ingredients in wine slushies, and I’ve added some notes with substitutions to make it even easier.

  • Frozen berries: These add a burst of fruity flavor and natural sweetness to the slushies. You can use any mix of berries you like, such as strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, or blackberries.
  • Wine (Chardonnay, Moscato, Riesling, Prosecco, or Rosé): Each type of wine offers a different flavor profile—Chardonnay for a more robust taste, Moscato for a sweeter touch, Riesling for a light and fruity note, Prosecco for some bubbly fun, and Rosé for a refreshing twist. Choose your favorite or experiment with different wines to find the perfect match.
  • Ice cubes: Essential for achieving that perfect slushy texture. Start with 2 cups of ice cubes, divided, and add more if you prefer a thicker consistency.
  • Chilled wine glasses: Serving the wine slushies in chilled glasses helps keep them cold longer and adds a touch of elegance to your presentation.
A wine slushy served in a wine glass.

How To Make Wine Slushies

I’ve always been a fan of frosé, so I decided to experiment with other frozen wine drinks. This frozen wine slushie recipe turned out perfectly, especially when blending different flavors!

  1. Blend berries and wine: Combine frozen berries and wine in a blender, processing until fully blended.
  2. Set aside half: Pour out half of the mixture and set it aside.
  3. Add ice and blend: Add 1 cup of ice cubes to the remaining mixture in the blender and blend until slushy. Use more ice if you prefer a thicker consistency.
  4. Pour into glasses: Pour the slushy mixture into chilled wine glasses.
  5. Blend remaining mixture: Add the reserved berry and wine mixture back into the blender, add the rest of the ice cubes, and blend until slushy.
  6. Fill glasses and serve: Fill up the remaining chilled wine glasses with the slushy mixture and serve immediately.

Recipe Tips & Variations

  • Prep ahead: Make extra and freeze the mixture in ice cube trays. When you’re ready to enjoy, let the cubes defrost slightly, blend them up, and you’re good to go! You might need to add a bit more liquid to get that smooth consistency back.
  • Adjust tartness: Add a splash of lemon juice for a more tart slushie.
  • Sweeten it up: If you prefer a sweeter drink, mix in some sugar.
  • Add liquor: Boost the fun by adding a shot of brandy, schnapps, or vodka—just like in sangria! You can also add a shot of raspberry liqueur, like Chambord, or a shot of orange liqueur.
  • Layer: Create each flavor separately and layer them for a fun look, or mix everything together for a burst of combined flavors!
Wine slushies served in a wine glass.

Common Questions

How do you make a slushie?

Slushies are made by blending ice and liquid together. In this recipe, we’re using frozen fruit and our wine as the liquid. Blend it all up for a refreshing treat!

How do you make wine slushies without a blender?

A food processor works great as a blender alternative to mix everything up. If you don’t have either, you can use fresh fruit juice instead!

You can quickly freeze the juice (or any liquid) into slushy form by sealing it in a quart-sized Ziploc bag. Then, place that bag in a gallon-sized Ziploc bag filled with ice and salt. Shake it up until it’s frozen!

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Wine Slushies

This frozen wine slushie recipe is a delicious blend of sweet and tart flavors made with your favorite wine and a mix of frozen berries.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 6 servings


  • 1 pound frozen berries
  • 750 ml bottle of wine , use your favorite like Chardonnay, Moscato, Riesling, Prosecco, or Rosé.
  • 2 cups ice cubes, divided
  • chilled wine glasses, for serving
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  • Combine frozen berries and wine in a blender and process until completely blended together.
  • Pour out half of the mixture and set aside.
  • Add 1 cup ice cubes to the mixture inside the blender and blend until it's slushy. Use more ice if you like a slushier, thicker consistency.
  • Pour the mixture into the chilled wine glasses.
  • Add the remaining mixture of frozen berries and wine to the blender, along with the rest of the ice cubes, and blend until slushy.
  • Fill up the rest of the chilled wine glasses with the wine slushies and serve.


Serving: 1cup | Calories: 127kcal | Carbohydrates: 8g | Protein: 0g | Fat: 0g | Saturated Fat: 0g | Cholesterol: 0mg | Sodium: 0mg | Potassium: 115mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 3g | Vitamin A: 10IU | Vitamin C: 44.5mg | Calcium: 12mg | Iron: 0.3mg

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  1. Tina says:

    Can you make this ahead of time and keep in an airtight container in the freezer? The way Newfoundland slush is made?

    1. Katerina says:

      I haven’t tested that, so I can’t say for sure, but I don’t see why not.

  2. Sandra | A Dash of Sanity says:

    Oh, this looks so refreshing!! I will definitely give this a try!

  3. Jacque Hastert says:

    I wish that I had a pitcher right now to sip on.

  4. Abeer says:

    OMG! It looks so perfect for me! Love it!

  5. Melanie | Melanie Makes says:

    Sounds like the perfect way to beat the heat this summer!

  6. I Heart Naptime says:

    The color of these is so pretty!

  7. Michelle @ The Complete Savorist says:

    Okay, I’m sold. I’m coming to your house!! These sound like something I could drink all summer.