OK so 'Frosé' wins the prize for this Summer's silliest compound word.
But, as a coming together of two of our favourite things - namely, wine and dessert - we can't help but get on board with the slushy drink.
Yes, you guessed it, frosé is a nickname for frozen rosé, an ice-lolly inspired take on everyone's favourite pink wine.
As a Waitrose spokesperson told the Telegraph: 'Frosé really has taken the nation by storm, fusing together two summer favourites - rosé and cooling slushes.'
If the sourness of vino doesn't seem like it would make a good snowcone flavour to you, be not afeared, for this recipe we've discovered for at-home frosé indicates plenty of sugar goes into its making, turning the alcohol into syrupy goodness.
Considering we've got all of our limbs crossed for an Indian Summer to come, it might be a good idea to swat up on a few frosé prep skills, ready for all of those late September BBQs.