Sep 5, 2009 Spiced Wine Cinnamon is an essential ingredient in this German mulled wine, whose name means glow wine. This recipe is from The German Cookbook by Mimi Sheraton (Random House, 1965). Wine German Recipes Wine 2 Reviews 5.0 5 Save Recipe Print Email Enlarge Credit: André Baranowski 1 750-ml bottle medium-bodied red wine, such as zweigelt1⁄2 cup sugar8 whole cloves4 lemon wedges4 4" sticks cinnamon 1. Bring ingredients to a boil, stirring occasionally, in a 4-qt. saucepan and remove from heat. Discard cloves. 2. Ladle wine into 4 glasses and garnish each with 1 of the cinnamon sticks and 1 lemon wedge. Serve hot. SERVES 4 Save Recipe Print Email This article was first published in Saveur in Issue #123 Subscribe now More from Saveur.com Italian Small Bites Glorious Grapes Classic Cake Recipes Red and Pink Cocktails for Valentine's Day Related Links Recipes Cinnamon Coffee Cake Cinnamon Rice Pudding The Canadian Cocktail Baked Apples with Caramel Sauce Cinnamon Hard Candies Indonesian Chicken Curry Cuban Pork Hash Snickerdoodles Tom and Jerry Mulled Wine Articles A Cinnamon Glossary Sweet, Hot A Pure Food Cooking with Cinnamon Ratings & Reviews (2) by Anoldent on 2010-02-06 While there are many varying Gluhwein recipes, this one offers a nice balance of spice and citrus, is not too sweet, and neither dilutes nor overwhelms the wine. An excellent choice! 5by rnelson on 2013-10-14 Agree, this is excellent. Served as a 'cocktail' to start a German-themed dinner party, all loved. Found Austrian Zweigelt as well. Your Comments Please log in to leave a comment. Not a member yet? Sign up here. User Name * Password * Forgot your user name or password?