Wine is combined with sugar and lime juice in an ice cream maker, creating boozy wine slushies for summertime barbeques.
Add more or less sugar depending on how sweet your white wine is. Give the mixture a taste before putting it into the ice cream maker to ensure the right sweetness. You can add more water if mixture is too sweet.
I never would have thought of using my ice cream machine to make a party-size batch of grown-up slushies. I made sure everything was really cold before I put it in the ice cream machine, and I cut back on the sugar just a bit. Really love this idea and I'm definitely doing it again. (I only wish my machine weren't so noisy!) Ah well, a little slushie soothes ragged nerves, right? - 09 Jul 2015 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
These are great - super easy and refreshing. I made sure I chilled all the ingredients really well. They took about 20 minutes to churn into a slush texture. Some people thought it was too sweet, so you could maybe use a less sweet wine and maybe less sugar. - 23 Apr 2015 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)