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DIY Wine Gummies

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Homemade wine gummies in prosecco, pinor noir, and rose.  (Monica Lo)

Let's be honest, the holidays are the perfect excuse to start drinking before the sun goes down. These delicious wine-infused gummies are perfect for that occasion (or any occasion where you're celebrating with friends and family).

Get inspired and turn all your favorite wines into a picture-perfect treat to share.  Remember, these naughty gummies are for adults only!

Wine Gummies

Makes 18 gummy cubes

Bowl of wine gummies to share.
Bowl of wine gummies to share.


  • 1 packet unflavored powdered gelatin
  • ½ cup wine of your choice
  • ½ cup corn syrup
  • ¼ cup cane sugar
  • Food coloring, optional
  • Cornstarch, as needed


  1. Sprinkle gelatin over ¼ cup of wine in a medium-sized mixing bowl and let stand for 1 minute.
  2. Add remaining wine, corn syrup, and sugar to a small saucepan over medium-high heat. Stir until sugar completely dissolves, about 3 minutes.
  3. Pour hot wine mixture into the mixing bowl. Using a wooden spoon, stir until gelatin has dissolved, about 5 minutes. Add food coloring if you’d like.
  4. Using a brush, lightly dust gummy molds with cornstarch.
  5. Pour wine gelatin into a squeeze bottle or glass measuring cup with a spout. Slowly pour into gummy molds and refrigerate for at least 3 hours.
  6. For a firmer gummy texture: Pop the gummies out of the mold to sit out uncovered to further dehydrate and firm up for 24 hours.  
  7. Repeat these steps if using different wine varieties.


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