117-008 Wine Rack

Wine RackFeatures: Material: woodFinish: salfordDimensions: 12″L x 19″W x 20″
List Price: $ 166.00
Price: $ 166.00

Merchant: Modern Furniture Warehouse
Brand: Sterling Industries

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Question by Katie K: a recipe calls for sauterne wine, what type of wine can i use to replace it?
what is sauterne wine

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Answer by the little nipper
Sauternes an elegant sweet wine from the western region of France. It’s produced from Sauvignon Blanc or Semillon grapes that have been infected with the Botrytis mold. Also called “noble rot” it causes the grapes to shrivel up and concentrates their sugars to produce a very sweet wine.
Usually a desert wine, but it also commonly served with Foie Gras, Caviar, and Pates.
There are some fairly suitable wines that you can substitute for cooking purposes. But for drinking there is no substitute.
Sauternes is also quite expensive because it is handpicked, sometimes over the course of a week or two to be sure that the sugars have become concentrated enough to produce a high quality wine. The French are quite finicky.
There is a California wine called Sauterne, ( no “S” on the end)that is an inexpensive semi-sweet wine, but it’s not the same.

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Question by Summer time: is white wine different from sweet white wine?
I bought sweet white wine as i couldn’t find any other white wine in the store. can i use sweet wine in my recipes that calls for white wine?

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the bottle says sweet cooking rice wine. I am still wondering if it’s the same as i have never cooked with white wine or any wine before.

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Answer by Big John
of course you can..

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Question by AEMAR_71: Do you know the Porto wine ?
That wine is a generouse wine made in DOURO region, at Portugal.

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Answer by Willinut
Yes, I love Porto (aka Port) wine. However I have taken to Sauternes and Barsac regions wines more favorably in the past few years. Late Harvest wines are awesome!

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