Wine Cocktail Recipe: Watermelon Mojito Frosé

Pull out the blender and embrace the Frosé this summer! Introducing the Watermelon Mojito Frosé wine cocktail.

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Wine Cocktail Recipe: Watermelon Mojito Frosé

Pull out the blender and embrace the Frosé! There’s no better time to indulge in a chilly, frozen beverage than in the heat of summer. Serve this unique cocktail in chilled statement glasses, or even serve it in half a watermelon. Introducing the Watermelon Mojito Frosé wine cocktail!

Watermelon Mojito Frosé Recipe


  • ½ bottle of Rosé
  • 2 cups of cubed watermelon
  • Juice of 2 limes
  • 8-10 mint leaves
  • 2 tablespoons of agave nectar
  • 1 cup of ice

Start by freezing your Rosé. This goes without saying, but you're going to want to freeze this in anything but the bottle. We recommend doing this overnight! Once your wine is mostly frozen, add watermelon, lime juice, mint leaves, agave nectar, and ice into a blender. Blend well. If you want the mixture to be thicker, you can always add more ice. Garnish with a slice of watermelon and some mint leaves, and enjoy your Watermelon Mojito Frosé!

If you’re a fan of Frosé, there are endless ways to mix up your favorite Rosé wine.

Bright Cellars Fan-Favorite Rosés

Life in the Woods Rosé 2019

Our Life in the Woods Rosé comes from Lodi, California, and shows flavors of zesty citrus with ripe red berries. Like an elevated pink lemonade, it pairs exceptionally well with most foods.

Sprig & Rose Rosé 2019

Our Sprig & Rose Rosé comes from California and is beautifully balanced, crisp, and refreshing, with a touch of sweetness. You’ll notice flavors of red cherry, peach, pomegranate, and bright citrus.

Stigma Grand Reserve Rosé

If you’d like a Rosé with a bit of bubbles, Stigma is for you. Hailing from Columbia Valley, Washington, this traditional method sparkling Rosé is the perfect balance between sweet and tart with flavors of bright citrus and juicy strawberry and raspberry.

Wondering what the difference is between regular old Rosé and sparkling Rosé? Check out Sparkling Wine 101!

In Vino Finito

Have you tried any of our Bright Cellars Rosés, and if so, which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!

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