10 Delicious Recipes that Use Wine

For many decades, wine has been used to infuse and concentrate amazing flavors like acidity and sweetness into a variety of dishes. Follow these incredible recipes that make use of your favorite bottle of wine. Bring out rich flavors from your ingredients and give plain meals that restaurant-worthy taste.

CHICKEN THIGHS BRAISED IN GARLIC AND WHITE WINE

Give ordinary chicken a deliciously elegant twist using your favorite white wine. This recipe balances the spicy and savory quite nicely, and it’s easy to prepare. It doesn’t need a lot of cooking time, perfect for giving exquisite meals to surprise visits from family and friends.

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BURGUNDY PORK TENDERLOIN

Pork and red wine are just a divine combination. The meat in this recipe is especially moist, tender and filled with so much flavor from the thickened wine and gravy that’s mixed with herbs and spices. Serve it with soft and fluffy baked potatoes and experience a moment of bliss away from a busy day.

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CIOPPINO

Aching for seafood? Try a seafood stew that’s been richly flavored by white wine. This dish is an exciting bonanza of everything you love in the sea – shrimps, scallops, mussels, cod, crab and clams blended with herbs and spices in a savory chicken broth. Pair it with a thick piece of bread and watch your worries melt away!

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ARTICHOKES WITH ROASTED GARLIC-WINE DIP

If you think wine and veggies don’t go together, you couldn’t be more wrong! Enrich your usual artichokes with a creamy dip made from butter, garlic and white wine. This recipe is very easy to prepare, and the best thing about it is that it works with just about any kind of dry white wine.

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PEA-AND-BACON RISOTTO

What’s better than a Risotto? Why a Risotto with wine and bacon in it of course! This wonderful modern take on the classic Italian dish will leave you full and satisfied. It’s the perfect marriage of rice, cheese and peas cooked in dry white wine with crispy bacon bits for that extra pizzazz.

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STEWED CHICKEN WITH WINE GRAVY

If you need a little pick-me-up after a long hard day at work, this recipe will surely do that. Wine combined with rich and smooth gravy gives this stew a deliciously soothing taste. It has an incredible fragrance of mixed herbs and spices and just enough sharpness from the dry white wine. It’s just what you need to keep yourself warm when it’s cold outside.  

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RED WINE BURGERS

If you think of wine, you rarely think about burgers. After all, it’s not a very popular pair. But, perish the thought because this recipe will prove that even the unlikeliest food combinations can tickle your tastebuds. The burger patties are made with a red wine of your choice. This enriches the beef’s flavor and makes it juicier. Every bite of this burger is simply pure joy.   

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GRILLED SALMON WITH RASPBERRY CABERNET SAUCE

Even your average fish, when soaked in wine, becomes something of the majestic kind. The fish in this recipe, however, is smothered in a thick raspberry cabernet sauvignon wine sauce that gives a great balance of sweet and flavorful. Don’t just take our word for it. Make it, and experience it for yourself!

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CHAMPAGNE POACHED PEARS

Enjoy a piece of luxury with this champagne-and-fruit recipe. Prepare this deceptively quick and simple dessert by infusing your favorite bottle of champagne into sweet pears, and savor its delectable and luxurious sugary taste with a glass of what else? Fine wine.

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STRAWBERRY-BLUEBERRY COMPOTE IN RED WINE SYRUP

If an even simpler dessert is what you’re looking for, try making this red wine Compote. This sweet-smelling treat has herbs mixed with slices of strawberries, orange rind strips and blueberries. Serve it with cake or over vanilla ice cream, and enjoy a little taste of heaven in your mouth.

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