Wine: Food for thought in your cellar

When cooking with wine, the more prominent it is in the dish, the higher quality of it you should use

21st November, 2020
Wine: Food for thought in your cellar
Picking the right wine for cooking requires some thought and judgement. Picture: Getty

There‘s a meme doing the rounds on social media that always amuses me when it pops up. It reads: “The other day, someone told me I could make ice cubes out of leftover wine. I was confused: what’s leftover wine?”

All joking aside, using wine as a cooking ingredient can easily cause anxiety. How much do you spend? Can you use slightly oxidised wine in a dish? How do...

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