Frozen rosé, or frosé, is made by freezing rosé wine with lemon juice and sugar.
It is usually prepared in a large container and frozen for around seven hours before being blended into a slush.
The resulting concoction combines the sophisticated taste of rosé and the texture of children’s Slush Puppy drinks, meaning it also invokes feelings of nostalgia bringing back childhood memories.
Sales of rosé wine have gone through the roof in recent months, with some experts putting the surge in demand for rosé down to the new-found popularity of frosé.
The number of bottles of rosé sold has trebled over the past decade and is now one of Sainsbury’s biggest selling drinks, accounting for one in 10 bottles of wine sold last year.
Waitrose also said its rosé sales have doubled compared with the same time last year.
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