Summer Chill Raspberry Mint Wine-Sicles

You may already know I’ve become a fan of Robert Mondavi’s very affordable Woodbridge Line of wine, despite me being a WSWS. (Washington State Wine Snob).  It has turned out the I have enjoyed all the bottles I have sampled so far.

*Disclaimer: I received the wine and popsicle kit free of charge to give an honest and thorough taste test. All opinions expressed are my own. 

So when I got my next shipment I was really excited… until I opened the box and saw Moscato.  That has to be my least favorite wine. PERIOD.  But then as I pulled open the box, it was packaged with a popsicle making kit and directions for Wine-Sicles… OK… now your talkin’!

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I was actually so excited, I dropped what I was doing and immediately ran to the kitchen to get started.  One small problem.  I didn’t have the ingredients.  Good News… I have never let that stop me, so today I will share my modified version!

FIRST… lets talk about this Moscato.  It is a 2012 with a Chile-Coquimbo Appelacian.  63% Muscat Alexandria, 21% Muscat Rosado and 16% Mixed White varieties. 

Moscatos tend to be slightly bubbly or “frizzante” (in Italian).  Woodbridge lives up to this expectation with a light “frizzante” and a sweet orange and marzipan flavor.

To my surprise, it was not too sweet for me to sip on while preparing the wine-sicles and while waiting for them to freeze, but it was sweet enough that I knew I did not need to add any additional sugar to my recipe.  

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Moscato Raspberry Mint Wine-Sicles

Moscato Raspberry Mint Wine-Sicles


Moscato Raspberry Mint Wine-Sicles
Serves 8
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Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
2 hr
Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
2 hr
  1. 1 Cup Water
  2. 1 TBSP Chopped Fresh Mint Leaves
  3. 1/2 Frozen or Fresh Raspberries
  4. 3/4 Cup Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Moscato
  1. Muddle Raspberries and Mint
  2. Add Water
  3. Add Wine
  4. Mix Well
  5. Pour Into Popsicle Kit
  6. Freeze
  1. These are really light and slushy. What we ended up doing with our few leftovers is placing in a glass and drinking them frozen with a splash of your favorite spirit!
Adapted from Candice Kumia Via Woodbridge Wines
Adapted from Candice Kumia Via Woodbridge Wines
Busy Vegetarian Mom



One Comment

  1. Well, I’m just going to have to breakdown and buy another set of molds. I kept making pops for the boys and they just leave them outside when they are playing and they disappear. Now I have an excuse to buy a set for the adults – I must try making these since I adore raspberries. I can understand they may not freeze solid because of the alcohol – is that the case?

    Thanks for sharing,

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