cooking wine

A wine labeled “cooking wine” is generally an inferior wine that would not be drunk on its own. It lacks distinction and flavor and in times past has often been adulterated with salt. The rule of thumb when cooking with wine is only to use one you’d drink and to be sure the wine’s flavor complements the food with which it’s paired.



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