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12 Wine Slushies You Need in Your Life

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Frosé (aka frozen rosé) has been a huge drink trend this season. But they’re not the only wine slushy around — you can make them for just about every type of wine. From a fruity berry port to a cherry vanilla moscato, these fun frozen flavors are a great way to change up your usual glass of wine. Sit back, put your feet up, and join the wine slushy trend.

1. Cherry Vanilla

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This cherry vanilla flavor gives a refreshing twist to the sweet taste of moscato. (via Five Heart Home)

2. Peach Sauvignon Blanc

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Image Source: Dessert for Two

Use fresh or frozen peaches. This peach wine slushy will be just as tasty! (via Dessert for Two)

3. Strawberry Prosecco

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Image Source: Snappy Gourmet

Prosecco, orange juice, and frozen strawberries? This is our new favorite mimosa! (via Snappy Gourmet)

4. Tropical Moscato

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Image Source: The Eyes of a Boy

Picture yourself on a beach with a fruity cocktail in hand. This tropical moscato slushy is the perfect vacation-inspired drink. (via The Eyes of a Boy)

5. Strawberry & White Wine

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Image Source: Simply Darrling

Just mix some frozen strawberries and white wine to create this colorful slushy. (via Simply Darrling)

6. Riesling Peach and Cherry

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The distinct tastes of peaches and cherries are the perfect ingredients to mix with the sweet, crisp riesling. (via Living Sweet Moments)

7. Moscato Slush

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Why change something that’s so great already? Moscato is sweet enough on its own that just blending it with ice will do the trick. (via Jordan’s Onion)

8. Raspberry Red Wine with Chocolate Whipped Cream

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Raspberries and red wine? A wonderful mix that should happen more often. Add some chocolate whipped cream? Even better. (via Maebells)

9. Cantaloupe Chardonnay

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Sweet cantaloupe blends perfectly with the light flavor of chardonnay. Add some fresh mint to give that extra cool taste. (via Cooking with Books)

10. Watermelon Moscato Slush

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Image Source: The Kitchen is My Playground

Watermelon is already so crisp and refreshing, so putting some in a frozen slushy with moscato is the perfect way to cool down at the end of the day. (via The Kitchen is My Playground)

11. Frosé

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Image Source: Basil & Bubbly

Everybody loves a good rosé, but who knew that frosé would be the next big trend? It doesn’t matter, we’re all on board. (via Basil & Bubbly)

12. Sangria Slushies

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Image Source: Colleen Kennedy

Put up your feet and relax with these three-ingredient sangria slushies. Just freeze your favorite merlot, add in some blackberry brandy and orange-flavored sparkling water for instant deliciousness. (via Babble)

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