Top Rated Wine Recipes

Apricots
Substitute any stone fruit in this simple dessert that celebrates the best of summer. Use slightly sweet wine like a riesling, moscato, or a gwerztraminer, and while the alcohol in the wine will steam off during the cooking process, it will leave behind all the residual sugars and flavors creating a sweet glaze. I recommend you enjoy these with a scoop of buttermilk ice cream.
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4.5

Rosé Wine Spritzer
Make sure you enjoy this ice cold rosé spritzer every warm weekend this summer.This recipe is courtesy of Karen Bussen.
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4.5

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Leftover wine is rarely an issue in any household. However, there are a few occasions you don't seem to have a use for that half empty bottle of Chianti, or at least a good enough excuse. Well, now you can start looking at the bottle as half full...of wine jelly that is.This recipe is courtesy of Santa Margherita Wine
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4.5

You’ve been baking cookies all year, but now it’s time to step up the game and make double, triple, or quadruple batches of all the family favorites. At some point, you may even find yourself in sugar overload. If that’s the case, bake a batch of these not-too-sweet Italian-style cookies for yourself and relax with a cup of coffee. My friend Cecilia made a version of these cookies for a food blogger cookie exchange. Hers were a lovely shade of brown. I made them with red zinfandel and they were a dark purple. They still tasted good, but I think I prefer them with white wine.
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Red wine is a powerful antioxidant, and can be used for a naturally firming and anti-aging mask. Egg whites firm and tighten fine lines and wrinkles, while the red wine provides anti-oxidant benefits and honey hydrates. For more beautifying masks, click here!
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Mulled Wine
If you’re hosting a holiday party, mulled wine is a must-have. Save your guests from consuming their entire daily calorie intake from cocktails by serving this low-calorie mulled wine recipe.This recipe is courtesy of Skinny Girl.
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4

Take advantage of what's in season with this refreshing (and boozy!) summer dessert. Vanilla Bean Cane Sugar adds a warm flavor note to counter the bright mint. 
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4

Eggplant Bolognese with Wine
The secret to the rich flavor and beautiful, deep-red color of this sauce is lots of red wine. This sauce uses almost an entire bottle of wine and a long cooking time to meld the flavors together. Serve tossed with al dente spaghetti or pappardelle and fresh grated Parmigiano-Reggiano.
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The origins of this classic winter beverage date all the way back to ancient Rome. 
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4

Red Wine and Honey Brisket
For many people, brisket is the Proustian madeleine of Jewish cooking. The rich, savory scent of caramelizing meat that perfumes the house as it cooks seems to stir people into a nostalgia-fueled fervor. There is no question that the brisket your bubbe made was the best ever, and you cannot compete with the layers of memories that flavor her version in your mind. That’s okay, because you have a few tricks of your own up your sleeve. This version slow-cooks the meat in a sweet and tangy mixture of honey and red wine until it sighs and falls apart at the touch of a fork. I included the red wine as a nod to stracotto, the Roman Jewish take on brisket, which simmers beef in wine and spices. Serve it for Rosh Hashanah dinner, and start building the next generation of memories. — Leah Koenig, Modern Jewish Cooking.
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This is a luscious, sultry dessert especially wonderful during the Autumn/Winter season. A sinful way to end a meal with a cushiony exteriour holding a warm volcanic symphony of chocolate, red wine and cinnamon dusted off with a velvet blanket of unsweetened cocoa. 
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3.36

Oh the weather outside is frightful, and the mulled wine we're making is so delightful... we mean, mulled wine makes the perfect cocktail for chilly winter nights — and a wonderful cap to your Thanksgiving dinner. This recipe, created by California's Estancia winery, can be made in advance for your Thanksgiving festivities. 
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