We are bringing to you the delicious, strong but subtle flavors of Merlot and Red Moscato, perfect for the holiday season. Both are ideal to pair with any of your creations this year. These are just fantastic wines, fruity, packed in flavor but also delicate.
But let me tell you with all the parties to attend or to start planning this is definitely the time to start creating with these delicious wines.
Celebrate with us this and also try my recipe featuring Gallo Family Red Moscato. A spooky and grown up approach to a childhood favorite. This jelly is perfect to be paired with cheese just like Gallo Family Wines.
I decided to make a jelly because I want it to offer a different and unique way to feature the Red Moscato Wine. The flavors in the wine like citrus, peach and berries are a fabulous complement to all kinds of cheese or if you want to top a piece of baked ham.
The Red Moscato Jelly is perfect to serve at a dinner party, with crackers, figs, or as a complement on a Charcuterie board.
The Red Moscato is a fruity sweet delicious wine, and is perfect to complement any meal, but when you use the wine in a jelly or a sauce the flavor enhance more and you can have a glance of a different taste. All the berries and peach are highlighted in a very different and delicious way. This is why I enjoy and love to cook with Gallo Family Wines: they are not only for drinking but you can also enjoy them in a recipe.
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Draculas Wine Jelly
- 3 ½ cup of Red Moscato wine
- 4 tablespoons of pectin
- ½ cup lemon juice
- 1 ½ cups sugar
- In a heavy bottom pot heat to medium low heat, add the wine, and let it simmer until reduced by half, add the lemon juice and the pectin, stir constantly to avoid the form of lumps.
- Gradually add the sugar, and cook for 10 minutes in a low heat.
- Then, add the jelly to the jars already clean.
- You can start serving some Dracula jelly in your Halloween party, after refrigerated for at least 4 hours.
This recipe makes 4,½ pint jars of jelly.
Compensation was provided by Gallo Family Vineyards via Sunday Supper, LLC.
The opinions expressed herein are those of the author, and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Gallo Family Vineyards.
For more ideas on recipes:
- Beef Stew with Ghost Dumplings by Momma’s Meals
- Blackened Chicken Legs with Red Beets and Potatoes by Jelly Toast
- Brain Cupcakes with Red Moscato Wine Shooters by Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
- Dracula Wine Jelly by Basic N Delicious
- Gallo Family Red Moscato Cocktail by Flour On My Face
- Ghoulishly Good Red Moscato Punch by The Weekend Gourmet
- Halloween Buffalo Ranch Pork Bites by Family Foodie
- Meringue Bones with Raspberry Sauce by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- Mummy Calzone by The Wimpy Vegetarian
- Poison Apple Pomegranate Sangria by The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen
- Pumpkin Chili by The Foodie Army Wife
- Red Moscato Candied Apples by The Messy Baker
- Red Moscato Spider Sangria by Run DMT
- Red Velvet Cake Eye Balls by Take A Bite Out of Boca
- Red Wine Caramel and Chocolate Apples by Ruffles & Truffles
- Roasted Garlic Hummus by Alida’s Kitchen
- Smoked Trout Pate Spider Bites by Shockingly Delicious
- Steak Bites with Bloody Maria Dipping Sauce by Cupcakes & Kale Chips
- Witches Blood Risotto by Bobbi’s Kozy Kitchen
- Zombie Bite Wine Slushies by Feed Me, Seymour
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