Pomegranate + Ginger Mulled Wine

Classic mulled wineNothing says holiday party like mulled wine. Warm, sweetened and spiced red wine served with a festive garnish—fun! If you’ve never tried mulled wine before, be sure to give it a go this holiday season. Make a batch to share with friends while playing board games, wearing cable knit sweaters around your fire place. Too much? I’m just trying to paint a cozy picture here, guys. Dare to dream.

Mulled wine recipePomegranate + Ginger Mulled Wine

1 bottle red wine (I used a cabernet sauvignon, any kind is great though)
1/4 cup honey
juice and seeds from 1 pomegranate
1-2 tablespoons fresh peeled ginger
3-4 cinnamon sticks

In a pot stir together the wine and honey. Add the pomegranate juice and seeds, ginger and cinnamon sticks. Heat over medium heat for 8-10 minutes. This will reduce the amount of alcohol slightly. Strain out the seeds and ginger. Serve hot with a cinnamon stick and a little pomegranate peel for garnish. xo. Emma

  • Mulled wine on cold days is just the best!
    I bought some mulled wine spices a week ago and I`m waiting to try it on the christmas party with my closest friends…But I like the idea of adding pomegranate.


  • Hhaha, Emma I can always tell when you’re writing a post. You always make me life “dare to dream”. lol. This sounds yummy…I need to finally buckle down and try this!


  • Mmm…Yum-yum Cool recipe of mulled wine!
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  • I need a longer holiday season to enjoy all of these festive cocktails.


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  • mmmmmm… nice! 🙂



  • that looks so good! great holiday drink 🙂 like always thanks for sharing.


  • these winter drink recipes are the best, can’t wait to try this one!

  • Anything wrong with cable knit sweaters and board games by the fire I ask you? 😛 I love mulled wine, I love German Christmas markets for the beautiful aromas of the Gluehwein and various food cooking smells, all visible scents rising in the cold winter air. Mulled wine is warming and cosy, perfectly paired with cable knit sweaters although too much of it may make you lose your board game 😉

  • Looks yummie! I really love wine but I’m not sure about the pomegranate, more reason to try it out!

    thankx for sharing!


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  • mullet wine is a huge thing in germany around christmastime. originally the red wine is heated with cinnamon sticks, anise, cloves and orange slices. i add diffrent kinds of juices like a cherry juice to flavour and to sweeten it.

    have to try your recipe.

  • This sounds delicious and I happen to have a pomegranate in my fridge! Definitely making it tonight :). Thanks for the recipe, Emma.

  • Never tried the wine + pomegranate combination. I’m tempted…


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  • I love mulled wine! I just put a recipe on my blog for making mulled wine pouches with super cute labels- great for stocking stuffers!

  • this sounds really good….perfect for the holidays 🙂


  • love it 🙂 will try this.. looks so yummy 🙂

  • I want to make a christmassy drink like this! Looks delish. Might try substituting a different fruit juice!

    @riris You can buy non alcoholic wine at the grocery store!

  • Can I replace the wine with other ingredients?? I love pome, but I din’t consume wine .. 🙁

  • yummm..huge fan of anything pomegranate! Great idea, thanks!

  • I just showed this to my roomie and we’re going to make this when we do secret santa next week! <3

  • I just tried mulled wine for the first time at a Christmas party yesterday and it was so good. It definitely smelled and tasted like Christmas.

  • Pomegranate sounds a great, if unusual addition to mulled wine, can’t wait to try it!

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  • This looks DELICIOUS! If only it were also winter here in Australia so I could enjoy Punch…I dream of a white christmas and drinks that “warm the cockles of my heart” as cliche as that sounds haha

    xx Carina

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  • I love pomegranates and I love wine. Sounds delicious!


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