If you rosé all day, it is time to Kim Crawford Frosé all day, too.
As the summer temperatures rise, a Kim Crawford Frosé is the refreshing, summer cocktail that impresses every time. While this cocktail looks stunning in a glass, it is a cocktail that everyone can master. Don’t worry, you don’t have to tell anyone the simple cocktail secret.
Many wine lovers have a few bottles of Kim Crawford wines in the wine fridge. Whether it is the classic Sauvignon Blanc or the rosé, the versatility of this approachable wine makes it a popular choice. From a delightful aperitif to a summer meal pairing, there is always a good reason to enjoy a glass of Kim Crawford wine.
Although some people gravitate to frozen cocktails that are blended with fruit flavors and liquor, sometimes those beverages can be a little too much. A lighter option can be a lovely option to sip and savor.
The Kim Crawford Frosé delivers in both flavor and a stunning visual. Like the Kim Crawford rosé, the frosé is bursting with watermelon and strawberry flavors. While the fruit notes are present, the wine is delightfully luscious.
Based on appearances, this summer cocktail looks impressive. But, there is a simple secret to this drink.
Here’s how to make the Kim Crawford Frosé.
- 1 bottle Kim Crawford Rosé
- Lemon twist to garnish
- 2 days before serving pour wine into a 9” x 13” pan or several ice cube trays and freeze, stirring occasionally if in a pan.
- When frozen solid, using a hand blender or food processor, blend frozen wine until smooth.
- Serve directly or freeze again for up to 1 week, covered.
- Garnish with lemon twist.
- Makes 5 Servings
- Freeze 2 or 3 bottles at a time
- Try with any other Kim Crawford wines
- Don’t have a pan? Freeze the wine in a large thick re-sealable bag.
Yes, this summer cocktail is just freezing a bottle of wine. It is just that simple. Don’t you wish that you knew this cocktail hack sooner?
While Kim Crawford has provided a few tips, one additional suggestion is to have a can of sparkling water on hand when serving the frosé. If the frosé is too stiff, you can use the sparkling water to make it a little more slushie.
Consider picking a sparkling water flavor that balances in the wine, too. A little floater of a lemon sparkling water to mimic the lemon twist is a nice choice.
If you are looking for a simple, summer cocktail that refreshes, consider the Kim Crawford Frosé. No one has to know how simple it is to make.
What is your favorite summer beverage?