Is wine acidic?

Answer Acidity can be measured by the pH scale. Substances with a pH lower than 7 are acidic and greater than 7 are alkaline; 7 is neutral. The specific acidity of wines vary by brand and bottle; however ... Read More »

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If I put one cup of red cooking wine into beef stew will you be able to taste the wine?

No, the alcohol cooks off. The wine will enhance the flavor.

Does a wine that cost $ 50 make it any better then a wine for $5 a bottle?

In general, YES.It has to do with how the grape is grown and how the wine is made. Price of the wine (from the winery's recommended price) is not a matter of how rare it is or good it taste; it i... Read More »

Is grapejuice made from wine grapes just like wine?

No, commercial grape juices like Welch's are usually made from Concord grapes while wine grapes are a lot of different varieties depending on where they're grown and what type of wine they're inten... Read More »

Does chillable red wine have the same health benefits as red wine?

On One Hand: It Has Higher CarbsChillable red wine is not as dry as typical red wine, meaning that it has a sweeter taste. The extra sweetening equates to a higher carbohydrate count than regular r... Read More »