Frozen Wine Popsicles Just Hit Costco Shelves—and They're Only 90 Calories

By: Lauren Wicks

The latest addition to Costco's boozy pops selection is a wine-based variety from Claffey's Frozen Cocktails.


If you're a fan of Costco and of summer, you probably know about the membership retailer's delicious, low-calorie boozy vodka pops. They first made waves last year, and have been a huge hit in stores, and on Instagram. And why not? After all, a 100-calorie frozen treat is a super handy way to cool down on a hot day without overindulging.

But now Costco has another treat on their shelves: Wine popsicles! And we can't wait to get our hands on them. These pops are made by Claffey's Frozen Cocktails and come in six vibrant flavors—Cherry Lips, Punk Lemonade, Ice Blue, Modern Mango, Grab Apple and Purple Party.

Claffey's wine pops were first spotted in a Washington D.C.-area Costco, via @thecostcoconisseur, a popular Instagram fan account that shares new products from stores around the country and beyond. According the Claffey's website, Florida, Texas, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia consumers should be seeing them in stores any day now.

If you just can't wait for your local Costco to stock these frozen wine pops, you can go ahead and order them online (if your state permits) via Emilio's Beverage Warehouse and Rancho Liquor Online. These sites sell 12-count variety packs of Claffey's wine pops for $21.99.

Related: The Rumors Are True—Costco Vodka Pops Are Back!

These pops are only 90 calories apiece and might remind you of the ice pops you enjoyed during lazy summer days at the community pool growing up—just with the addition of six percent alcohol! It's important to note they do contain 12-14 grams of sugar per popsicle, and we encourage you to consume responsibly.

If you can't get your hands on the wine pops or you'd rather make your own boozy pops, try our Margarita Ice Pops recipe. And check out Food & Drink Hacks for Your Summer Pool Party for tips on making cocktails and mocktails in juice pouches. 

Claffey's Frozen Wine Pops

Photo: Rancho Liquor Online