How to Make Frosé (Frozen Rosé) At Home

Freeze, blend, sip, repeat. Frosé (frozen rosé) is the talk of the town, coined as the hottest drink in Summer–it’s pink, delicious and keeps you cool in the heat. May I add that it’s also perfect for the gram?

With NZ Rosé Day coming up on 5th February, we think it’s only mandatory that all rosé-loving ladies in the country take the time to make their very own homemade frosé. Here’s our four-step method on how to create frosé using Akarua RUA Pinot Rosé:



  1. Place RUA Pinot Rosé, lemon juice, strawberries or raspberries, sugar and half the water in a blender, blend until smooth
  2. Pour into ice cube moulds and freeze for approximately 4–6 hours
  3. When you’re ready to serve, place cubes into blender and add the remaining half cup of water. Whizz to a smooth slushy-like consistency (more water may be required to loosen the mixture).
  4. Garnish and serve with a straw!

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Written by Alberllie Samson

Alberllie is a Communications graduate who loves making lists and organisation. She's an avid foodie, beauty junkie and 70s hits fan. A self-proclaimed ambivert who loves livin' la vida loca. IG: @alberllie


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