Drinking glögg is the traditional Swedish way of getting together with family and friends during the holiday season. The name comes from the Swedish word "glödga," which literally means "to heat up," and the Swedish practice of drinking warm spiced wine goes all the way back to the 16th century unifying king, Gustav Vasa. Today Swedes traditionally drink glögg with raisins and blanched almonds, accompanied by crisp pepparkakor (thin, crunchy ginger cookies). Glögg's light spiciness is never cloying and warms spirits on cold winter evenings. It can be drunk either as an aperitif or with dessert. Our Stonewall Glögg fortifies local Texas wine with aged brandy, infused with organic spices to make a delectable holiday treat.
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