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White Wine

White wine is a popular alcoholic beverage made from the fermented juice of white or green grapes. Widely enjoyed for its diverse range of flavors, aromas, and textures, white wine can be found in both dry and sweet varieties. The production process generally involves the removal of grape skins early in the fermentation process, which contributes to its characteristic lighter hue and delicate taste. White wine is a versatile choice for home cooks and consumers, often served chilled as an aperitif or paired with various dishes to enhance flavor profiles. It is also a common ingredient in numerous recipes like sauces, marinades, and risottos, providing brightness and depth to various culinary creations.
#17
IN WINE
82
CAL / 100G
$0.42
AVG / OZ
white wine
97%
CARBS
0%
FAT
3%
PROTEIN
White Wine FAQ
Common questions when cooking with white wine often revolve around successful pairing with food, the timing of adding it into dishes, and concerns about alcohol content in the final dish. Many people go wrong by choosing an incorrect wine for the dish or using either too much or too little wine. To get the most out of the ingredient, one should be conscious about the choice of wine based on the dish being prepared and the preferred taste. Cheap wines can sometimes offer more value for cooking as expensive wines have nuanced flavors that can be lost in the cooking process. Here are some other interesting tips and tricks: 1. Quality is important, but this doesn't mean the wine has to be expensive. Choose a dry white wine that you would enjoy drinking for the best results. 2. If a recipe calls for a sweet white wine, do not use a dry one and vice versa as it could impact the taste of the dish. 3. When deglazing a pan, ensure that the pan is not too hot to prevent the wine from evaporating too quickly and potentially causing a fire.
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Expiration & Storage Tips
When does white wine expire?
An unopened bottle of white wine should generally carry a shelf life of 1-2 years depending on the type and quality. However, always check the bottle for a printed expiration date. Once opened, white wine should be consumed within 1-3 days if stored in the refrigerator. If you've used leftover wine for cooking and it's been kept in the freezer, you will get about 1-2 months before the quality begins to deteriorate.
How do you tell if white wine is bad?
There are a few signs you can look for to determine if your white wine has gone bad. If the smell of the wine is off, and has a sharp, vinegary odor, it's likely that the wine has turned into vinegar. In terms of visual clues, if you notice a brown or darker color than expected, or the presence of bubbles in still wine, it's a safe bet the wine is no longer good to consume. Lastly, if the taste is overly tart or lacks a fresh, crisp flavor, the wine has probably gone bad.
Tips for storing white wine to extend shelf life
• Always store wine lying down to keep the cork moist, which prevents it from drying out and lettting air into the bottle. • Keep your wine in a cool, dark place where temperatures don’t fluctuate. • Consider storing opened white wine in the refrigerator to maintain its freshness longer. • If you only have a small amount left over, consider transferring it to a smaller container to reduce the amount of air contact. • For long-term storage, you can freeze wine in ice cube trays for cooking. Once frozen, transfer the cubes in a zip-top bag and use within a couple of months to flavor slow-cooked dishes.
EXPIRES WITHIN
27 - 27.4
YEARS
Health Info
Macros
3g
CARBS
0g
FAT
0g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
VEGETARIAN
KETO
PALEO
MEDITERRANEAN
LOW CARB
VEGAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
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