• I would try this if I could actually drink wine. Big sigh…

    • Hi Cheryl, I know you would … Big Sigh back. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    We were talking recently about making some mulled mead (considering we always have mead in the cellar).

    • Hi Jon, This may be a recipe that you would greatly enjoy. When you try it, let me know what you think. 🙂

  • Have always been looking for a good recipe for this! Thank you!

    • Hi There, Have fun with this recipe and enjoy. 🙂

  • My husband is not a fan of red wine and I have no idea if he likes mulled wine or not but then he drinks wine to get drunk not to enjoy the taste

    • Hi Jo-Anne. He may try that with this but he may not like the after affects… LOL. However, You may may enjoy this recipe. 🙂

  • Wine and I don’t get along…maybe if I added something like this, would it change the taste enough?

    • Hi Mike, This may be something you would enjoy. Add a bit more sugar and give it a try. 🙂

  • Mulled wine is great for after ski or just for a nice get toghether with friends. Glögg is another version that we drink in Sweden for Christmas.

    • Hi Catarina, I haven’t had Glogg in years. It’s a drink that I very much enjoyed on m skiing trips. That is so true, this mulled wine is another favorite of ours after a cold day outside. 🙂

  • Making mulled cider is a holiday tradition in my house. One of my favorite parts about making mulled wine is the way it makes my house smell. ~Krisha

    • Hi Krisha, I agree with you. The smell is divine and so evokes the Christmas spirit. 🙂

  • Nice point about chilling and saving, so you can make a larger batch and have it for a few days.

    • Hi Donna, This recipe keeps very well for quite a while. That is one of the many reasons I like this one. 🙂

  • I’ve never tried mulled wine, but it looks pretty tasty.

    • Hi Jeri, Give this recipe a try. I think you’d enjoy it. 🙂

  • Charlotte

    i there a possibility to replace cinnamon by another spice?! this is a really good one already tasted, believe me sh’s a very good cook(er):-D! and I’m french…

    • Hi Charlotte, You can leave out the cinnamon all together and add a bit more cloves and some anise. Thanks for the very high compliment. 🙂

  • Martin Casper

    Well Susan…I can see Moonshine in the making here…lol. Very interesting recipe. The cinnamon will certainly bring a brisk feel to the drink and warm the soul.

    • Hi Martin, Moonshine? … 🙂 I have a story for that coming soon. It is a very nice beverage, especially around the holidays. 🙂

  • Okay, I love mulled apple cider, and I love wine, why haven’t I tried Mulled Wine yet?

    • Hi Jamie, That is a very good question. Now the time to give it a whorl. 😀

  • Christmas is just around the corner…Mulled wine is perfect for this holiday! 🙂

    • Hi Laura. It is such a great Christmas drink, isn’t it? Enjoy this recipe and Happy Holidays! 🙂

  • perfect for the holidays –mmmm

  • Lisa J. Jackson

    This recipe is quite timely as a snow storm approaches! Question, do I need to find a red wine that specifically says “dry” on it? Or are there certain names I should look for? I love trying new wines, but am still learning about wines in general. And I’ve never cooked with wine. Any tips will be appreciated. 🙂

    • Hi Lisa, Not necessarily. Use a good Cabernet or Zinfandel and that will do the trick nicely. Be very careful not to boil this recipe, a very low simmer (barely even noticeable) makes all the difference. Enjoy. 🙂

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