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Summer is meant for frozen spiked beverages, right?

Ok – Summer does include other things but they are all much more enjoyable with a beverage of the alcohol variety.

Sweeten up your summer by trying our unique, thirst quenching, wine frappe recipes (Hint: Frappe means “slushie” in Italian).

Even if you are not a wine drinker, you need to try Russo’s has a wine frappe recipe. All recipes call for minimal ingredients, yet pack loads of freshness (and fruitness) making these recipes perfect for West Michigan’s fleeting summer.

Strawberry Frose Frappe:

Ingredients:

  • 1 bottle of dry Rose (Russo Recommendation: Domaine Lafage Miraflors Rose)
  • 2 cups of frozen strawberries
  • 1 cup of powdered sugar
  • Ice

Instructions:

*Blend all ingredients together. This will allow the ingredients to form a thicker consistency, similar to a frappe or slushie. Garnish the beverage with a mint leaf. Serve.

 

Peach Pinot Grigio Frappe:

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 bottle of Pinot Grigio (Russo Recommendation: Benvolio Pinot Grigio)
  • 2 cups of frozen peaches
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • Ice

Instructions:

*Blend all ingredients together. This will allow the ingredients to form a thicker consistency, similar to a frappe or slushie. Garnish the beverage with fresh strawberries. Serve.

 

Raspberry Cabernet Frappe:

Ingredients:

  • 1 bottle Cabernet Sauvignon (Russo Recommendation: Fourteen Hands Cabernet)
  • 2 cups of raspberries
  • 1 cup sugar
  • Ice

Instructions:

*Blend all ingredients together. This will allow the ingredients to form a thicker consistency, similar to a frappe or slushie. Garnish the beverage with fresh raspberries. Serve.

To view one of the largest wine selections in West Michigan visit our location at 2770 29th St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49512. Don’t want to leave the house? Don’t worry. We also offers wine delivery (Yes, wine can be delivered right to your doorstep). For more information on wine delivery services, call (616) 942-2980.

*If the mixture is too thick, add a splash more liquid. If it’s too thin, add a few ice cubes.

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