Spiced White Wine

I indicated last week that I would be experimenting with a new spiced wine recipe this past weekend. I love mulled wine made with our Yadkin Creek and have been itching to try a white wine version too. I made it on Saturday, and oh yum – was it ever delicious!

Ingredients: 1 bottle Sweet River White, 1 cinnamon stick, 1 sliced clementine.
Directions: Place the clementine and cinnamon stick in the bottom of a crock pot. Pour the Sweet River White over them, cover and set on high for about an hour or so. Decrease the heat to low once the wine is up to temperature. You can also simmer this on low in a pot on the stove – just be sure to pot covered. Serve warm.

You can serve it in a wine glass if you wish. It keeps your fingers toasty warm that way. But the wine will cool down relatively fast in a glass.

Or serve it in one of our new plastic to-go cups to keep the wine warm for much longer. These cups make any beverage look like you’re sipping wine, and the cup won’t break! I just brought them in to the tasting room this past week, and they are definitely a popular item already.

Do you have a favorite spiced wine recipe? I’d love it if you shared it below. Cheers!