Wine Recipes

Gluehwein Recipe – How to Make Christmas Hot Wine

European Christmases are not complete unless they have hot mulled wine. Here we go through the recipe & making Gluehwein or hot mulled wine like you would find at any European Christmas market, whether it is Munich, Germany, Paris, France or Prague, The Czech Republic. A Quintisential part of Christmas in Europe. Enjoy and Merry Christmas
Recipe Credit: Reva Ehmen
Gluehwein – Germany and Austria
Vin Chaud – France
Vin Brule – Italy (burnt wine in French)
Gloegg/gloegi – Scandinavia
Hot Wine/Mulled Wine – UK
Karstvins – hot wine/ Latvia
Vinho quente – hot wine
Caribou – mixed with maple syrup and hard liquor (Quebec winter carnival)

Wassail – by Reva Ehmen
1 Cup sugar
4 inches stick cinnamon
3 lemon slides
¼ cup water
6 cups dry red wine (use a claret or bordaux or burgundy)
2 cups unsweetened ineapple juice
2 cups orange juice
1 cup dry sherry
In a small saucepan combine sugar cinnamon, lemon, slides and water. Cool & stick in oven 3-5 minutes or until sugar dissolves. Strain to remove spices and fruit. Keep warm. In large saucepan heat warm but do not boil remaining ingredients. Combine with spiced syrup. Ladle into warm mugs. Serve immediately.

Copyright Mark Wolters 2015

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