It’s summer, summer, summer! Finally, what we’ve all been waiting for – hot weather, beach days, chilly nights around a fire. And lots of refreshing treats like these Cantaloupe Wine Slushies – you’ll fall head over heels with them: fresh, chilled, and boozy! 

Cantaloupe Wine Slushies

Nothing cools m down during the summer more than a frozen beverage, whether it’s virgin or packs with my favorite boozy libation. Recently, I discovered the joy of what a wine slushie is and I haven’t looked back. These Cantaloupe Wine Slushies are life changing, I assure you. Three ingredients plus some fresh mint and you’ve got a summer deck party ready to happen!

If you’re like me, you always have some sort of frozen fruit in the freezer and that makes it 100 times easier and faster to make this recipe. This three-ingredient recipe uses my husband’s favorite fruit: cantaloupe. Whenever it’s on sale and extra ripe, I peel and remove the seeds from a couple of melons and freeze it for future slushy making. I hope you give these – or any of the ones listed below – a try this season. Your hot and bothered body will surely thank you!

Peach Wine Slushies by Dessert for Two

Orange Peach Mimosa Slushies by Climbing Grier Mountain 

Frozen Peach Bellini by Damn Delicious 

Raspberry Rose Wine Slushies by Always Order Dessert 

Cantaloupe Wine Slushies

Cantaloupe Wine Slushies

Refreshing summer drink packed with fresh cantaloupe and your favorite wine!
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Cantaloupe Wine Slushies
Prep Time:5 minutes
Total Time:5 minutes


  • 1 large cantaloupe
  • 1 750mL bottle of your favorite white or rose wine
  • 2 cups seltzer water
  • fresh mint to taste


  • Peel and remove seeds from cantaloupe. Chop into chunks and freeze overnight.
  • Place frozen cantaloupe, wine, and seltzer in blender and blend until smooth.
  • Serve immediately.
Author: Marnely Murray


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  1. Love this recipe! Where did you get those adorable green cups from??