Vino Navegado ~ Chilean Warm Wine

Vino Navegado ~ Chilean Warm Wine
Vino Navegado ~ Chilean Warm Wine
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Vino Navegado is a Chilean mixed drink recipe that is served warm and is very popular during the winter. As with all recipes, there are numerous variations of Vino Navegado. This delicious drink is typically made with red wine, sugar, oranges, and warming spices such as cinnamon and cloves.

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Vino Navegado ~ Chilean Warm Wine

Vino Navegado ~ Chilean Warm Wine

Recipe Author : Mike Gonzalez
Vino Navegado is a warm wine that is very popular in the southern regions of Chile. It's the perfect way to drink red wine during cold nights!

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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine Chile
Servings 5 people


  • 1 bottle red wine merlot wine or cabernet sauvignon
  • 2 darling clementines sliced with peel on + more for garnish
  • ½ cup white sugar or more to taste
  • 3 anise stars
  • 1 cinnamon stick


  • Add all ingredients into a small to medium saucepan.
  • Warm wine mixture over low-medium heat, stirring once in a while. DO NOT boil!
  • Lower heat and simmer for about 3 minutes.
  • Serve warm in hot tea cups or mugs.
  • Garnish with Clementine slices, cinnamon sticks.


Do not boil the wine mixture or it may become bitter.
The alcohol will evaporate more so the final product will contain less alcohol.
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Did You Know?

Chilean wine has a long history for a New World wine region, as it was the 16th century when the Spanish conquistadors brought grapevines with them as they colonized the region. In the mid-19th century, French wine varieties such as Cabernet SauvignonMerlotCarmenère, and Franc were introduced. In the early 1980s, a renaissance began with the introduction of stainless steel fermentation tanks and the use of oak barrels for aging. Wine exports grew very quickly as quality wine production increased. The number of Chilean wineries grew from 12 in 1995 to over 70 in 2005.

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