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Mixed Berry & Pink Moscato Jam {Berry Jam Recipe}

This post brought to you by Barefoot Wine. The consumption of wine didn’t influence my opinions.

A couple months ago I received an email from one of my favorite wine companies, Barefoot Wine, asking if I’d be interested in developing some recipes for their website using their wine. Seriously, you guys, I love their moscato so much I demanded it be one of the wines served at our wedding reception. So at first I was all “Are ya sure you have the right person?” Then I was all “Make recipes with wine? You definitely found your girl.”

As a kid, I spent many summers picking strawberries with my mom and grandma. Then we’d head home and make homemade strawberry freezer jam. So it was fitting that I make jam– mixed berry and pink moscato jam, to be exact.

mixed berry and Barefoot pink moscato jam

I went with a freezer berry jam recipe because it’s pretty simple. There’s no cooking or intense canning involved. The whole process took less than an hour, and in the end I had eight 8 ounce jars of jam.

mixed berry and wine jam

Let’s jump into the recipe, shall we?

For this berry jam recipe you’ll need 1 pound strawberries, 1 pound blueberries, 12 oz. raspberries, 2 cups sugar, 12 Tbsp. instant pectin, and 1/3 c. Barefoot Pink Moscato.

mixed berry and pink moscato jam ingredients

Stir 2 cups sugar and 12 Tbsp. instant pectin in a bowl. Set aside.

mixed berry jam

Chop up the fruit in a food processor. Be careful not to puree the fruit too much. A couple pushes of the pulse button will do.

mixed berry and wine jam 1

Stir in 1/3 cup of Barefoot Pink Moscato into the fruit mixture.

how to make mixed berry and wine jam

Add sugar and pectin mixture.

making mixed berry and wine jam

Stir for 3 minutes.

mixed berry and wine jam recipe

Pour jam into clean freezer jars, leaving at least 1/2 inch of space from the top of the jar to allow for food expansion during freezing. Let stand at room temperature for 30 minutes.

how to make jam

The jam will last up to 1 year in the freezer and 3 weeks in the refrigerator.
This berry jam recipe yields 64 ounces (8- 8 oz. jars).

The jam is delicious. Really, how can you go wrong with berries and wine?

Brad has been having it on his peanut butter and jelly sandwiches (we’re super classy adults), and he’s definitely a fan.

mixed berry and pink moscato jam

As always, click on the image below to download and print your own 4×6 recipe card.

4x6 mixed berry and pink moscato jam

Have you made freezer jam before?
What’s your favorite type of wine?
Do you use wine in any of your recipes?

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This post brought to you by Barefoot Wine. The consumption of wine didn’t influence my opinions. 

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  1. I will be making jam today but not using sugar or pectin. I am using chia seeds and honey. A new recipe I found that echos the healthy trend (no sugar, salt or oil) going around. Hope it’s good!
    Adding wine sounds like a good idea. mmmm

  2. Christina Z says:

    So amazing! I have to make this!

  3. There’s a local winery in the DFW area that has the BEST summer wines. My favorite is one that’s made w green apples and has the lightest, freshest summer flavor. Siiiighhhhh. I miss wine.

  4. What a great idea to add the pink moscato to the jam!! You know that’s my favorite one since I spied it on IG months ago! Love Barefoot and it was the only wine of choice at my wedding too 🙂 Love this recipe.

    1. Isn’t it the best?! I converted some wedding guests into Barefoot moscato drinkers at our wedding– including Brad’s elderly next door neighbors. Cracked me up.

  5. If I leave now I could prolly make it in time for breakfast….? Or I could stay home and use your recipe. So many choices!!! I love making freezer jam. And I love Muscato wine. I also love dry Riesling so maybe I will try that combo. We have some truly fabulous fruit farms around here. I will report back 🙂 Hope all is well with you three.

  6. I love Barefoot Moscato. I miss it. I can’t wait to try making some of this after this baby comes!

  7. Chelsea,

    I LOVE it! And your photography!!!!!!!!! Seriously! You go girl! Can’t wait to see you at Haven!

    Happy day to you!’

  8. Oh my gosh, my golly. That looks so tasty!

    Your photos are so lovely, hope you had a happy anniversary 🙂

    Can’t wait to see you at Haven!!!

  9. That looks amazing! I would have never thought to put wine in it!
    Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  10. That looks like a great way to start the day. Or end the day. I never would have thought to use wine in jam. Great idea!

  11. I’m not a big fan of jam but I am a fan of wine. Maybe I’ll have wine with the jam and convince myself I like jam. Looks tasty though!

  12. YUM! This sounds amazing! Just one question…after you let the jam sit for 30 minutes, do you then freeze it?

  13. Michelle S says:

    This looks wonderful! Question though, if you make this later in the year when there arent fresh berries, would you drain the frozen berries before you make it? Would it be to runny then?

  14. I don’t have a lot of freezer space. Can I can this in a hot water bath!

  15. This jam looks incredible! Thanks so much for sharing your yummy recipe on this week’s Monday Funday Party!

  16. Wine and jam sounds like a perfect combo! Thanks for linking up with Merry Monday; I can’t wait to try out this recipe!

  17. YUM!! With that, I’d be having PB&J every day!! 🙂 Thank you for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty

  18. Delicious! Thanks for linkin’ up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!

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