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Lavender Peach Wine Slushies

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Oh wine slushies, where ya been all my life? Perfect for hot summer days. The ones when you really want a glass of wine, but you don’t because it’s about to be the temperature of hot coffee in .02 seconds. Those summer days.

Or Tuesday. Those days can count, too. You will find no judgement here.

glasses of pink wine slushie

Lavender Simple Syrup

Besides the ease of drinking these sweet, floral, Lavender Peach Wine Slushies, they are incredibly easy to make. Making infused simple syrup is….well, I’d say it’s ‘easy as pie’ but it’s easier than that. Equal parts water and sugar in a sauce pan with three springs of fresh lavender. Bring to a boil and then let simmer for 5 minutes.

The initial syrup may seem a bit intense on it’s own at first, but will be diluted once combined with the other ingredients. Read: it might taste a little like soap on it’s own, but it won’t in the final product. I promise you soap is for our bodies, not our cocktails.

blood orange reduction drizzled over wine slushie

Blood Orange reduction, though not necessary, adds a colorful pop of color and tasty citrus notes. Follow the same guidelines as the simple syrup for this beautiful addition.

If the idea of lavender just isn’t your style or if you prefer something a little less sweet, try my original rosé slushie recipe here. With rosé wine, elderflower and fresh lemon juice it’s a balance of tart, sweet, and floral with that beautiful dry rosé finish. Plus, there’s a picture of me on a swan…so there’s that.

Lavender Peach Wine Slushies

One of the great things about this recipe too is it’s perfect for wine that you opened maybe a day or two ago and you know you won’t have a chance to finish before it goes bad. Or perhaps you opened that bottle of rosé and it just wasn’t what you expected. Did someone bring a really terrible bottle of wine to your house party? Use it.

blood orange reduction swirled into wine slushie

But best yet, if making for a crowd, you can go ahead and put that two buck chuck in your cart. Where we are headed is an infusion of wine, simple, peach and lemonade. No need for $10 bottles here.

You know how we used to fix lousy wine? Make it into sangria. Problem solved. Now we make it into wine slushies and get to reap the tasty, refreshing, and trendy benefits.

You’ll be looking fresh with your drink ‘on fleek’ in no time.

pitcher of wine slushie

For those days when no glass is large enough. Straw meet pitcher.

Lavender Peach Wine Slushies
Lavender Peach Wine Slushies in glasses and pitcher

Lavender Peach Wine Slushies

Frozen wine with sweet peach and subtle floral lavender notes makes for the perfect summertime cocktail!  Optional blood orange reduction for a pop of color and citrus!
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Course: Cocktails, Drinks, Wine Slushies
Cuisine: Cocktail
Keyword: frose, frozen wine cocktails, wine slushies
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Freeze: 5 hours
Total Time: 5 hours 15 minutes
Servings: 4 servings
Calories: 269kcal
Author: Lauren


Lavender Peach Wine Slushies

  • 1 750ml bottle dry white wine or rosé wine
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • ½ cup water
  • 3 sprigs fresh lavender
  • ½ cup peach schnapps
  • 1 ½ cup good quality lemonade I like the Newman's Own or Simply brands

Blood Orange Reduction

  • 2 blood oranges juiced and strained
  • ¼ cup granulated sugar


  • In a sauce pan combine water, granulated sugar and lavender.  Bring to a boil while stirring to dissolve the sugar.  Reduce and let simmer for 5 minutes.  Remove lavender sprigs.  Allow to cool, about 10 minutes.
  • In a large, sturdy, ziplock freezer bag combine the wine, lavender syrup, peach schnapps and lemonade.  Place the bag in a tupperware container or on a flat plate to ensuring it does not open or leak.  Freeze overnight or for a minimum of 5 hours.
  • To serve, massage the bag of frozen wine slushie.  Scoop into cups or into a large punch bowl.  Optional: garnish with blood orange reduction.

Blood Orange Reduction

  • Juice and strain, two blood oranges.  Combine with granulated sugar in a saucepan.  Bring to a boil, stirring to dissolve the sugar.  Reduce heat to low and simmer for 5 minutes.  Let cool before using.


Calories: 269kcal | Carbohydrates: 57g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Sodium: 7mg | Potassium: 13mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 55g | Vitamin A: 17IU | Vitamin C: 4mg | Calcium: 6mg | Iron: 1mg


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Monday 31st of July 2017

I don't drink but it does sound like a lovely cocktail. I'll try making the virgin version.


Thursday 27th of July 2017

This sounds incredible! I love peach and haven't had lavender in a beverage but definitely worth trying! I like the idea of using this when someone brings crappy wine to a party - genius! Pinned to make at my next dinner party!



Wednesday 26th of July 2017

Omg this looks like the yummiest thing ever--not to mention it's a BEAUTIFUL drink!

Christie Brown

Wednesday 26th of July 2017

Holy cocktail these sound amazing! Such a girly, Summery drink (I'm actually quite sad that we're currently in the middle of Winter here in Australia). I'll definitely be saving this recipe to try during the warmer months. :)

Christie's Take on Life. xx


Wednesday 26th of July 2017

These look so delicious! I'm a wine lover but actually have never tried a wine slushee — these look delish though! xx