White Peach Frosè with Tarragon Simple Syrup

One sip of this White Peach Frosè and it will become your official drink of the summer! A tarragon simple syrup elevates this cocktail in the most subtle way.

Peach Frosè

Happy Friday! It definitely doesn’t feel like Friday to me because I’m out of town and that always throws me off a little bit, but hopefully those almost-the-weekend feels are setting in for you.

Peach Frosè

I’m currently at a food photography workshop in Sebastopol, learning so many game changing tips and tricks to up my picture taking skills and geeking out with lots of other food blogging, cookbook writing, picture taking ladies (and one gent). I can’t wait to share what I’ve been learning in future blog posts!

Peach Frosè

Anyway, I’ve got a knockout cocktail for you today, and just in time to kick off the weekend because I love you that much and you deserve it. It’s frozen, because summer, and it involves rosè and white peaches, also because summer. I do love peach cocktails.

Peach Frosè

It’s a white peach frosè that I doctored up with a tarragon simple syrup. Have you had the pleasure of trying frosè yet? It’s frozen rosè which is basically the most genius thing ever invented. It’s pretty trendy at the moment but I hope it never goes out of style, because wine slushies? All about it.

Peach Frosè

I used a very pale pink rosè for this white peach frosè because I really wanted to keep it a pretty, girly blush shade. I recommend one made from Pinot Noir since those tend to be lighter in color. I think it would be so appropriate to serve at a bridal shower or some other such feminine soiree.

Peach Frosè

The tarragon simple syrup adds a subtle complexity to this white peach frosè. You could easily leave it out and make a plain simple syrup, but I just love the light herbal quality it lends to this cocktail. If tarragon isn’t your thing, basil would be awesome too. Happy almost weekend, loves!

Peach Frosè

White Peach Frosè
5 from 2 votes

White Peach Frosè with Tarragon Simple Syrup

One sip of this White Peach Frosè and it will become your official drink of the summer! A tarragon simple syrup elevates this cocktail in the most subtle way.

Course Drinks
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 4 -6
Author Denisse



  • 4 tarragon sprigs
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup water


  • 1 bottle rosè wine
  • 4-5 white peaches peeled and chopped
  • 1 cup ice cubes


  1. Pour Rosé into a 9x13 baking dish and freeze for about six hours or until almost solid.
  2. To make the tarragon simple syrup, add tarragon, sugar and wate rto a medium saucepan; bring to a boil, then reduce heat to a simmer and heat until sugar dissolves, about 3 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool completely. Strain into a container and discard tarragon.
  3. Scrape the frozen rosé out of the pan and into a blender. Add peaches, 2-3 tablespoons simple syrup and ice and blend until smooth. Pour into glasses and serve immediately.


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  1. Allison

    Omg this is the most beautiful cocktail I’ve ever seen. If it’s even half as good as it looks, I’d love to try it!

  2. Andrea

    I need this right now! I wish I could double tap on the images and the drinks would magically appear right in front of me 🙈Defintely going to make this tomorrow night (too lazy to go out now to the grocery store, lol). Thanks for sharing!

    1. Denisse Post author

      Wouldn’t that be the best? I’m constantly drooling over recipes on the computer screen…let me know how you like it!

  3. Stacey

    I love the addition of tarragon, what a unique twist! I’m obssesed with the color of the drink too, it’s gorgeous! Your photos are beautiful =)

  4. Caitlin

    All peaches all day! This looks so sweet and refreshing! I’m excited to see what you learned at the workshop. I’m always looking for tips and tricks on how to improve it. You’re photography is gorgeous already 🙂

  5. Sharon

    Froze is so huge right now! But I love how you switched it up with the white peach. Well done! I gotta try this out this summer

    1. Denisse Post author

      Thanks Sharon, yeah I did want to add a unique twist to it since frosè is everywhere these days…hope you love it if you try it!

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