Best Desserts Made with Red Wine

10 Desserts made with red wine every wine lover must try!

If you love wine as much as we think you do, then you’ll love these desserts made with red wine. These decadent red wine desserts are sophisticated and tasty. You don’t have to use expensive red wine; in most cases even a fairly cheap bottle will do the trick. Most of the recipes don’t take a lot of wine, so it’s best to use a wine you like to drink as well-you can pour a glass of wine to drink while you make your dessert!

Try these great desserts with wine as an ingredient:

Red Wine Chocolate Cake

chocolate cake red wine dessert recipe

Photo Source: Broma Bakery

Chocolate cake and red wine go together so well which is why red wine chocolate cake work tastes so good. This one by Broma Bakery is pretty much to die for.

Red Wine Poached Pears + Vanilla Bean Mascarpone Filling

red wine pears mascarpone

Photo Source: Improv Kitchen

Yes, that’s a mouthful, but not just to say! These red wine poached pears look classy and taste divine. This dessert is the perfect harmony of elements. A gritty pear texture with smooth filling, the deep red decorated with soft white, the sweet dancing with acidic and salty tastes: everything just comes together in such a beautiful way. Serve  this dessert made with red wine in stemless wineglasses for a great presentation.

Cheesecake Bars with Red Wine Gelee

If you love a good cheesecake, then cheesecake bars with red wine gelee will probably be one of your favorite desserts with red wine as an ingredient. Red wine gelee is a nice alternative to berry cheesecakes.

Chocolate-Pinot Noir Fondue

red wine chocolate fondue - dessert recipe

Photo Source: Noble Pig

Yes, the world just became a little more beautiful: chocolate-Pinot Noir fondue is a real thing! Even better, it’s super simple to make. You can use the wine and chocolate fondue for dipping fruit, bread, marshmallows and more.  Check out this recipe from Noble Pig.

Red Wine Truffles with Dried Cherries

Desserts with red wine as an ingredient - cherry truffle

Photo Source: Art of Dessert

As you can imagine, these are so, so good. If you want to know the best desserts made with red wine, well, you have arrived. Red wine truffles with dried cherries are as beautiful as they are tasty, so you can easily give them as a gift as well.

Red Wine Marshmallows + Dark Chocolate Ganache

Red Wine Marshmallow Dessert

Photo Source: The Pike Place Kitchen

Indulge in a childhood favorite (marshmallows) with an adult twist (wine) and make some red wine marshmallows dipped in dark chocolate ganache. This no-bake dessert made with red wine can be eaten on their own or plopped in a hot cup of cocoa. To make a vegetarian version of these marshmallows use Agar.

Red Wine Crème Brulee

Desserts made with red wine - creme brulee

Photo Source: Diethood

Want the perfect way to end a fancy dinner party? This red wine crème brulee is sure to impress. It only takes a few minutes to whip up, but does take some time to bake and let cool.

Berry Sangria Sorbet

Sangria is a great wine drink…and also a great wine dessert! Whip up a batch of this vegan & gluten-free berry sangria sorbet and you’ll make a lot of people smile. Be careful, though, because unlike most desserts with red wine as an ingredient, the alcohol content in berry sangria sorbet doesn’t “cook off” with heat. If you eat too much you might get a little tipsy.

Red Wine Ice Cream

Red Sangria Ice Cream - Desserts

Photo Source: The Wanderlust Kitchen

For something creamier than sorbet, go for some red wine ice cream. This is one ice cream you won’t find in the freezer section of the grocery store, but that’s okay because it’s not too difficult to make. You do not need an ice cream maker for this recipe. If you love homemade ice cream as much as you love wine, this is one of the desserts made with red wine that you cannot skip!

Dark Chocolate Red Wine Fudge

desserts made with red wine dark chocolate fudge

Photo Source: Sumptuous Spoonfuls

It’s not just the wine that gives this dark chocolate fudge a “kick”; the ¼ teaspoon of cayenne pepper is what really goes “pow!” in your mouth. It may sound like a strange combo, but it’s definitely one you have to try at least once. And once you do, you’ll likely want to try it again.

These are just a few of the many desserts made with red wine that we think you’ll love. Do you have any other favorite red wine desserts? If so, tell us about them on Pinterest, Facebook, or Twitter.