News! Holiday Gluhwein is Back in Epcot’s Germany

In Epcot’s Germany pavilion, a Christmas market, or Christkindlmarkt, was recently spotted! Serving Gluhwein by the glass (or bottle!) and Radeberger Pilsner by the bottle, this warm and inviting location is a great place to hang out for some holiday cheer!


As we reported last year, Gluhwein, or mulled wine, is served hot with hints of cinnamon, vanilla, and citrus. It’s a full-bodied wine with a mix of sweet and spice!

Gluhwein in Epcot's Germany

Traditionally, this spiced wine is heated to about 170 degrees. Warm up your walk around World Showcase with a glass of Gluhwein!

Gluhwein - click image for larger version

I love this tradition in Epcot’s Germany — hope it continues next year!!

Have you tried Gluhwein or spotted a fun holiday drink in a Disney park this season? Share your info with us in the comments below!


  1. says

    Today would be a perfect day for a gluhwein–it finally feels like winter in Orlando!

    We had the gluhwein a couple years ago, and while it’s not something I’d want everyday, it’s definitely a fun way to warm up this time of year. All the spices just taste like Christmas! I’ll definitely keep an eye out for this booth next time we’re in Epcot.

  2. Galloping Gourmand says

    This is great stuff for a chilly (for Florida) December night. Getting the bottle will knock you out though.

  3. Linda says

    Stumbled upon this last year at Epcot and it was a pleasant surprise on the cool and breezy night. Looking forward to a glass when I go back at the end of the month for the insanity which is the New Year at Disney.

  4. Alan says

    Mulled wine or cider is never my favorite but doesn’t the bottle look so inviting? I would not drink this at home but walking around Epcot it just seems like a great thing to have.

  5. Fredtom says

    I love drinking hot Gluhwein in chilly weather. We brought a couple of bottles home from Epcot in November. I first had hot mulled wine in England over a year ago… It cured my cold!

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