“Vin Chaud” is a French expression that designates a mulled wine. In France, this ancestral remedy is often prepared to combat the cold during the winter.

A good mulled wine is made by heating a little sugar, one or two cloves, cinnamon, orange peel, and lemon zest over low heat with a little water for an extended period of time. When the various elements have been sufficiently cooked (generally after 10 minutes), add a good table wine or, even better, a Bordeaux wine to the preparation and bring everything to a brisk boil. If the wine’s strength allows it, approaching a flame ignites the vapors of alcohol that are released.

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