Rethink your appetite for ‘winter’ wines with mulled wine, or glogg. Mulled wine is super easy to do at home and the aromas are delightful!
Make the most of the season’s flavors with mulled wine. This welcome winter warmer typically calls for red wine, along with mulling spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, cardamom or ginger.
I call it the ‘Everlasting Glögg’ because in reality, this stuff is good for up to a year after it’s made! A Glögg is essentially mulled wine, which means it’s served warm and just in time for winter. The steps are few and very straightforward – so get to brewing!
Let’s toast to this quaint, European tradition. A Nordic “glögg” can vary in composition, but usually is mulled wine combined with seasonal spices such as cloves and cardamom pods, and served warm – that’s the key!