10 Mulled Wine Recipes to Keep You Toasty on a Cold Winter Night

Perfect for a holiday gathering, mulled wine is an easy-to-make cocktail that can thaw even the most frozen of hearts. In Norway they call it glogg (thanks, Hans!). In Germany, glühwein. There may be many recipes and names, but the general idea is the same: to infuse flavor into affordable wine by steeping in herbs and spices like cinnamon and clove.

Served warm, it’s the ideal Christmas cocktail on a cold winter’s night.

1. Frozen Nordic Glogg

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Make this a kid-friendly version by omitting the wine and using cider instead.

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2. Best Ever Mulled Wine

Orange, lemon and a pinch of ginger make this a mulled wine that is slightly citrusy with just the right amount of spice.

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3. White Mulled Wine

Surprise everyone with this sweet and spicy white version of the holiday’s favorite wine cocktail.

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4. Quick and Easy Mulled Wine

This mulled wine is ready in twenty minutes. It’s big on flavor, though, so it tastes like it’s been brewing all day.

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5. Mistletoe Mulled Wine

This big batch recipe is perfect for serving up a punch-style mulled wine at your holiday party.

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6. Crock Pot Cranberry Orange Mulled Wine

Not only is this mulled wine easy to drink, it’s easy to make. Set it and forget it and let your crock pot do all the mixing.

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7. Pomegranate Mulled Wine

Make use of the seasonal pomegranate and mix the juice and seeds into some red wine infused with cardamom, cinnamon and cloves.

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8. Pumpkin Spice Mulled Wine

Try our Pumpkin Mulled Wine for a spin on a seasonal classic. Recipe in profile!

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Everyone’s favorite fall flavor makes a comeback in this version of mulled wine made with pinot noir, pumpkin spice, nutmeg and more.

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9. Vanilla Mulled Wine

Vanilla honey and vanilla mulling spices make this a sweet and savory version of mulled wine any dessert lover will appreciate.

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10. German Mulled Wine

The secret to this German mulled wine is to toast the spices a bit before adding them to the wine. The result is a rich and earthy flavor that is irresistible. Get the recipe here.

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