Crock Pot Mulled Wine

Now that Halloween is behind us it makes me so happy to welcome November and start thinking about the Holidays!  As it's getting colder and the days are getting shorter I love to warm up my evenings by sipping on a hot cocktail. 

Crock Pot Mulled Wine

I love making mulled wine in the crock pot because it makes my house smell so amazing!  There is nothing better than the smell of Holiday spice in a warm house when you know that it's cold outside.  

Definitely don't get too fancy with the wine.  I always use a lower cost red that's a little fruity.  I love making mulled wine because there's really no wrong way to do it.  You can get creative with the spices you put in, and it's always an instant crowd pleaser.

You can find one of my favorite mulled wine recipes below.  I hope you're able to enjoy this hot cocktail at a Holiday party or during a cozy night in.  Have a wonderful weekend, friends.

Crock Pot Mulled Wine  (8 servings)


1 bottle of fruity red wine (like Sangiovese)
3 cups apple cider
Juice of 4 clementines
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup sugar
3 cinnamon sticks (plus more for garnish)
4 whole star anise
1/2 vanilla bean cut down the middle
1 tsp whole cloves
3 whole cardamom pods
1 whole nutmeg
2 rosemary sprigs (plus more for garnish)
(Cheese cloth + kitchen string to create spice bag)


1.  Add water and sugar to crock pot on high setting.  Stir until sugar dissolves then set crock pot to low.
2.  Add wine, apple cider, clementine juice and stir.
3.  Create spice bag with cinnamon sticks, star anise, vanilla bean cloves, cardamom pods, nutmeg and rosemary sprigs and add to pot.
4.  Allow to cook up to 4 hours on the low setting then switch to "keep warm" prior to serving.
5.  Garnish with whatever makes you happy- cinnamon sticks, clementine peel, star anise, rosemary!  You can also add brandy to each glass if you'd like!  

Cheers and Enjoy!

 Drizly: Beer, Wine, & Liquor Delivered.


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