Top Rated Wine Recipes

Sangria
Our trick for making the perfect sangria? Read your bottle of rosé to see what fruit aromas are present in the wine, then add the same fresh fruits to your sangria mixture. Our rosé had flavors of raspberry and tangerine so we made sure to add them both. Use frozen berries as ice cubes to keep your glass cold.
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Pomegranate Mulled Wine Recipe
Pomegranate liqueur adds a bright, slightly tart, fruit-forward flavor to this variation on mulled wine from New Leaf Restaurant & Bar. While some mulled wines are very sweet, this wintertime treat has more balanced flavors thanks to the pomegranate. Make a large batch for a party, and serve one to each of your guests when they come in from the cold. — Allison Beck
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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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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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The origins of this classic winter beverage date all the way back to ancient Rome. 
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  A red-wine glaze is a standard sauce and a favorite of many chefs, but the classical technique for preparing it is both lengthy and labor-intensive. We retooled it, using a pressure cooker, to get great results much faster.
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Chardonnay Wine Slushie
You can't really go wrong with frozen lemonade and chardonnay slushies from Clos du Bois.
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  This prime rib is marinated in a sweet red wine mixture that helps break down the muscles in the meat to make it extra tender. It’s also roasted inside of an oven bag with onions and rosemary so that it retains its bold and strong flavors and stays extra moist. 
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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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Mulled Wine
Whether you are milling (and mulling) around a farmers market, or enjoying a quiet evening at home by the fire, mulled wine warms your soul in a way chilled wine just can’t. This recipe, which has a little kick of brandy in it, is perfect for a wine drinker that loves a little bit of sweet aroma and flavor in their wine bouquet. Just set the slow cooker up and enjoy!Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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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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