Thursday, January 7, 2010

left over wine - storing

Especially red wine is a great addition to cooking.
Used not too abundantly, it can enhance the taste of the dish.

When wine is left over, don't put it aside and wait forever to use it.

You can store it for up to a month when you pour it over in a small bottle and cork it without leaving any air above it. Store it in the refrigerator.

When you want to put it away in the original bottle, seal it as good as possible and put it in the fridge. Use it within a week to two weeks.

There's a difference between a wine you don't like because you have a different taste and a bad wine.

Don't bother to save a bad wine, but bother to save a good one.
Not to turn it into vinegar, but to use the wine in dishes with meat, or maybe even in the soup.

I'll give a few recipes the next days.


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