We love wine, and we are not ashamed to say it. However, we like to jump from one bottle to the next to discover new flavors. We can also go through phases of being obsessed with red wine and white wine. And don’t forget the summer sipping rose! Half-drank bottles of wine are easy to forget about, and many people don’t know what they should do with. These recipes will help you make the most of your wine leftovers.

Parmesan Crusted White Wine Dijon Salmon

Salmon has many health benefits, including high levels of Omega-3 Fatty Acids that are vital to your diet.

You can make a delicious sauce with leftover white wine.

Pork Loin with Wine & Herb Gravy

Do you love meals that ooze flavor, especially gravy? We don’t often think about adding wine to gravy, but it can be a great way of adding flavor.

This recipe will make your pork loin tender and moist by smothering it in gravy. Garnish with garlic mashed potatoes.

Braised meatballs in red wine gravy

There have been times when we all had friends who weren’t sure whether they drank white or red wine. We just bought both. We all like white wine, so we leave the red alone.

This recipe calls for red wine to make the meatball sauce. Delicious!

Chicken in White Wine Sauce

Chicken is one of those foods that you will quickly become sick of. It can lack flavor and taste if it is not properly cooked.

You can forget about bad chicken days and make a delicious sauce with your white wine leftovers!

Paprika Chicken & Spinach With White Wine Butter Thyme Sauce

Are you still not convinced that chicken is a delicious, flavorful meal that doesn’t disappoint? This recipe will change your mind.

What are two foods that make for a happy evening of dining and drinking? Butter and wine. Let’s combine them with an incredible sauce that will enhance the flavor of the chicken.

Slow-Cooked Beef Cheeks in Red Wine and Creamy Mashed Potatoes

Do you want to make someone’s day?!

This is the perfect meal for you: super simple, gourmet and finished with red wine. You can also add a delicious salad to the dish for some great vegetables.

Marinade with White Wine and Fresh Herbs

Marinating meat is a quick and easy way to prepare supper without touching it before you bake.

This marinade can be made at the start of the week. Add it to your chicken breasts the morning before work. Then, come home to a deliciously cooked chicken.

Sauteed Button Mushrooms In White Wine, Garlic, and Lemon

You are looking for a side dish to go with your beef, pork, or chicken? How about a delicious meal for your vegan friends? This is the recipe you will want to make!

Mushrooms can absorb any flavors added to them, making them an excellent meat substitute. They also make a great vessel for showcasing amazing sauces or flavor combinations.