When you are preparing a recipe you definitely do not want to make the mistake of buying the wrong cut of pork. Trust me when I tell you that a recipe that asks for pork tenderloin does not lend itself well to boneless pork loin!!
As we continue our wine series, we’ll introduce the sweeter variety. As we stated in our last post, wines containing 35 grams of residual sugar or more are defined as “sweet.” Although everyone has a different palate, many people start off drinking sweeter wines before diving into the more dry zesty whites.
Welcome to the second installment of Circle B Ranch’s new wine blog series. In the last article, I discussed basing meal preparation on your chosen wine, defined the term “dry,” and provided a short list of dry red wines to get you started. Today, I would like to examine more basic definitions and discuss dry white wine options.