glühwein

noun
glüh·wein | \ˈglü-ˌvīn, ˈglᵫ-\
variants: or less commonly gluhwein

Definition of glühwein 

: mulled wine

First Known Use of glühwein

1898, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for glühwein

German Glühwein, from glühen to mull, glow + Wein wine

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