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My Ultimate Mulled Wine Recipe

My Ultimate Mulled Wine Recipe

Mulled Wine

Once the weather begins to get cooler, I tend to begin making mulled wine. This is partially because I just really love the holidays, and I love anything that is festive. I’ve been making mulled wine for the past four years, and I tweak my recipe each year. This is so that I can find one that meets all of my criteria, and I think we have a winner this year!

This recipe actually adds a few things that I don’t typically add to my average mulled wine, but I think that made it that much better. I just heat mine in a saucepan on my stove top, but you can easily do this in a slow cooker or crock pot as well. This year, I have an exciting addition from Mercier Orchards which is located about forty minutes away from me. It is an apple orchard that I have been going to for well over a decade or two now, and makes amazing goods. If you find yourself in North Georgia, it’s definitely worth the stop!

Mulled Wine

Cooler weather means festive traditions!

If you know me at all, you know that I am kind of obsessed with anything holiday related. As soon as the first leaf falls, it is Halloween. November 1st is Christmas to me! I’m actually ahead of schedule this year in terms of mulled wine, but it is currently forty degrees right now, and that is the perfect time to me! In addition to the amazing apple cider from Mercier Orchards, I have a few extra spices that make it a little bit more cozy. This recipe is a little bit sweeter than the recipes I have tried in the past, and it makes is

The Ultimate Mulled Wine Recipe:

1 Bottle of Red Wine (I prefer Pinot Noir)

3 Cups of Apple Cider

1 Orange, Sliced

3 Star Anise

1/2 Cup Sugar

1/2 Teaspoon of Vanilla

3 Cinnamon Stick

5 Whole Cloves

1/2 Teaspoon of Ginger

1/2 Teaspoon of All Spice

1 1/2 Teaspoons of Nutmeg

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What is your favorite festive tradition?

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2 Comments

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      October 23, 2018 / 1:00 pm

      Me too! They are one of my favorite things about the season!

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