Frosé the Zero Fs Way

By: Heaven Barlow

Spring is around the corner and we wanted to get a head start with a Frosé recipe….because Zero Fs!


Frosé glasses
Frosé all day - Photo: Dan Jones /Sainsburys Mag


Hello Ladies!


I’ve tried several different Frosé recipes and I’ve decided to put together my own. Some recipes call for freezing the wine the night before but I’d rather have my Frosé on demand. So my recipe is one that can be made in 15 minutes flat!


First, let's list all the ingredients and items needed. (makes two servings)

  1. Zero F’s Given Rose (available on our website for $19.99)

  2. White granulated sugar

  3. Frozen strawberries and raspberries

  4. Strainer

  5. Blender

  6. Wine glass of choice

  7. Ice

  8. One Lemon

  9. Empty large bowl

  10. Vodka (if you’re feeling extra Zero Fs)


Step 1: Put one handful of frozen strawberries and one handful of frozen raspberries into the blender.


Step 2: Pour in a lot of Zero F’s Given Rosé and a couple tablespoons of sugar, blend until smooth.


Step 3: Strain blended fruit and wine into the large bowl.


Step 4: Add 1 and ½ cups of ice to the blender, (if you prefer a thicker frosé, add ice a little at a time) and contents from the large bowl.


Step 5: Slice the lemon in half (apply pressure and roll lemon back and forth on the countertop for best results) and squeeze into the blender. If you have a lemon press, now's the time to use it, if not, squeeze the lemon over the strainer straight into the blender.


Step 6: Blend all ingredients together until smooth (add vodka before blending for an extra boozy kick).


Step 7: Pour into a wine glass, or whatever glass style that makes you feel fancy.


Woman holding wine glass and wine bottle
Turn this into some frozen fun for your tongue


And that's how you make a Frose with zero F’s given! Y-U-M!

Pro tip 1: If your glass is stemless, add a koozie to slow melting.


Pro tip 2: If you're like me & have some sensitivity to cold, add a straw, this way the frosé will bypass your teeth


Pro tip 3: Before you begin, fill the sink with ¼ dish water for easier clean up.


Pro tip 4: If you do opt to freeze the Frosé (Frosé or rosé?), use half the amount of ice listed above, also,keep in mind the wine will not freeze solid due to the alcohol content. Six (6) hours in the freezer should be long enough.

If you try out our recipe, share pictures of your handmade Frosé with the hashtag #ZeroF’sGivenFrose.


For those days you might give an F or two, instructions with the measurements are listed below:

Step 1: Put ½ cup of frozen strawberries and ½ cup of frozen raspberries into the blender.

Step 2: Pour in 1 cup of Zero F’s Given Rosé and 2 tablespoons of sugar, blend until smooth.

Step 3: Strain blended fruit and wine into the large bowl.

Step 4: Add 1 and ½ cups of ice to the blender, if you prefer a thicker frosé, add ice a little at a time.

Step 5: Slice the lemon in half (apply pressure and roll lemon back and forth on countertop for best results) and squeeze into the blender over ice. If you have a lemon press, now's the time to use it, if not, squeeze the lemon over the strainer straight into the blender.

Step 6: Blend all ingredients together until smooth (add 1oz of vodka for an extra boozy kick).

Step 7: Pour into wine glass, or whatever glass style that makes you feel the most fancy.



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