Brighten up any day with these gorgeous Peach Cherry Wine Slushies. With fresh fruit, white wine, and a touch of honey, this wine slush is perfect for all kinds of gatherings!
Cherry Peach Wine Slushies Are Sunshine in a Glass
February is objectively the worst month of the year. I will die on this hill. All the best holidays are over (do NOT come at me all of you Valentine’s Day apologists), it gets dark at 4:30 PM, and the sun barely comes out even during the “day.”
That said, February might not seem like the ideal time to share a wine slushie recipe.
But in this, the year of our Lord 2021, we may need a little something cheerful and lovely and boozy to brighten up our days and get us through the longest shortest month of the year.
Hence, I bring you these Cherry Peach Wine Slushies.
They are sunshine and joy and delight in a glass. This frozen wine cocktail is perfect for a Valentine’s or Galentine’s day party, but it also works well for wedding showers or summer BBQs. (Remember those? Gosh, I can’t wait until summer!)
Served by the glass or pitcher, I’m convinced this wine slush recipe will become a regular for your gatherings year round.
What are wine slushies?
A wine slushy (or wine slushies) are the slurpee of the adult beverage world, and they couldn’t be easier to make!
Most wine slushies are made with frozen fruit + wine OR fresh fruit + wine + ice to create a refreshing, icy beverage that’s perfect for warmer months, or any time you’re craving something boozy and sweet.
How to Make Wine Slushies
To make homemade wine slushies, you’ll need a blender, fresh or frozen fruit, wine, and ice. I also like to add a bit of honey for sweetness.
In this version, I’m using fresh peaches, dark sweet cherries, and white wine. Feel free to substitute frozen fruit and omit 1 cup of the ice.
- To make a wine slushy, combine peach slices, pitted cherries, honey, and wine in a blender (Here’s my favorite).
- Blend on high speed until smooth.
- Add ice and blend again. You can control the texture by adding more or less ice depending on how thick you want your slushy to be.
- Pour into glasses or a large pitcher to serve.
Wine Slushy Variations
You’ve probably already figured this out, but these wine slushies can easily be adapted to fit your mood or the season.
- Try a tropical wine slushy with fruits like frozen pineapple and mango.
- Swap white wine for red and use fresh berries for an amazing red wine slushy.
- You could even convert my fall sangria into a wine slushy!
- Want to make this non-alcoholic? Swap the wine for limonato for a super refreshing mocktail!
More Gorgeous Party Drinks to Try
- Cranberry Mimosas
- Brunch Punch
- Homemade Lemon Shake Ups
- Boozy Coffee Slushies
- Strawberry Vanilla Coolers
- Homemade Raspberry Cordial
- Strawberry Wine Punch
Peach Cherry Wine Slushies
This peach cherry wine slushie is super refreshing and flavorful! It's perfect for a spring or summer get-together, and can be served by the glass or pitcher! You'll find yourself making this wine slushy over and over again!
- 5 Peaches, peeled and sliced
- 1 ½ cups cherries, pitted
- 3 Tablespoons honey
- 1 bottle white wine, such as sauvignon blanc
- 1-2 cups ice
- Peach slices, cherries and mint sprigs as a garnish
- In the pitcher of a blender add the peaches, cherries, honey and wine. Pulse until everything is well blended.
- Add 1 cup of ice and blend. If you'd like it slushier, add the second cup.
- Serve in tall glasses and garnish with a peach slice, cherry, and mint sprigs.
- You can substitute the wine for San Pellegrino Limonata to make an alcohol free, wine slushie mocktail!
- You can substitute frozen fruits for fresh--just lower the ice to 1 cup.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 5 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 297Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 9mgCarbohydrates: 43gFiber: 4gSugar: 36gProtein: 3g
Please note nutritional information for my recipes is calculated by a third party service and provided as a courtesy to my readers. For the most accurate calculation, I always recommend running the numbers yourself with the specific products you use.
How large (how many ounces) is the bottle of wine or limonata you use for this recipe?
Sorry for the delay! It was a 25 ounce bottle. 🙂