Yes, it’s Mulled Wine Season! One of my favourites, right after Autumn. Ok, I’m slightly exaggerating, but not much because mulled wine reminds me of the years I spent in Germany and the Christmas Market season. You see, over there (so to speak) the Christmas markets start around the end of November and last until a few days before Christmas. That means that for nearly a month town squares are filled with lights, the sound of merry-go-rounds and the scent of food and mulled wine. Meeting with friends on a dark and chilly evening is a lot more appealing with a cup of something hot and fragrant in hand, and was a regular occurrence. Now that I don’t get to do this as often as I used to, I make my own mulled wine at home to bring back the memories and to warm everybody up – even if it’s actually warm enough inside. By using a slow cooker, you can leave it gently warming throughout the entire evening. So, if you fancy a little bit of Christmas Market flavour, here’s my recipe for mulled wine. Cheers!