Mulled wine is a tradition at every Christmas market in Germany and it's the perfect way to fight the winter chills. Join us on a quest for the tastiest brew - that won't leave you with a headache the next day.
Call it Central European soul food. As the mercury falls, Berliners seek out restaurants serving traditional food to pack on a few pounds for the winter. Old-school cuisine has the stuff to become a big new trend. (12.12.2013)
The business in mulled wine and holiday trinkets is booming in Germany, as an increasing number of Christmas markets spring up in popular tourist destinations. For many artisans, the trend is ensuring their survival. (04.12.2013)
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