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Holland House Cooking Wine

on 5.20.2010 at 9:10pm

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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Holland House. All opinions are 100% mine.

Recently Holland House sent me a free bottle of  Wine made specifically for cooking to try out and I wanted to let you in on how it went.  For some reason whenever we make something that calls for wine, the dish automatically seems more fancy.   I turned the task of finding a recipe over to my husband who likes to play in the kitchen.  Turns out recipes are only suggestions to him so I can’t really share the exact list of what went into it.


We were given Marsala Cooking Wine so we grabbed Chicken and started making a Marsala sauce.   Somewhere along the way though it ended up with a Mexican flare.  It was delicious though!  The wine really added something to this concoction.  You could still smell it and taste it and ummm it was good.

chicken-marsala-3(I confess that I can’t plate anything beautifully so this is someone else’s picture :) )

A few things I love about Holland House Cooking  Wines:

  • It is made from premium wine but adapted to have the consistency you depend on for cooking.
  • Unlike table wine that can taste off after being opened for a few days, Holland House Cooking Wine has a six month+ shelf life. Very practical when we are watching our budgets closely.
  • It can be simply added to existing sauces, marinades, soups and glazes to give them a flavorful kick.  (Add it to your spaghetti sauce!)

Right now you can get two coupons for Holland House Cooking Wine:

  • $0.50/1 Holland House Cooking Wine  online coupon
  • When you register at Holland House you will also get a FREE Recipe Booklet & $1 off coupon mailed to you!

Visit my sponsor: Holland House - Wine for Cooking

    • I love Holland House cooking wines – I only wish they'd issue coupons on a regular basis, it tends to be a bit pricey for my budget.

    • annemarie73

      I went and signed up for the Nakano rice vinegar, and got the coupon booklet in the mail. A few months later, I got another set of coupons. Hopefully they will continue doing that, because I love using these cooking wines!

    • Angela

      Thanks for the review Jenny. Like the other posters, I also received the coupon booklet in the mail. Only, I wasn't sure how this cooking wine would taste. Not being a wine drinker it's not something we keep in the house so this would be a great alternative. Now if only I could remember to look for this when I'm at the store.

    • sherry

      There are coupons for 3 products available. The Holland House cooking wines, World Harbor sauces, and Nakano seasoned rice vinegar. Each coupon $.50

    • sherry

      There are coupons for 3 products available. The Holland House cooking wines, World Harbor sauces, and Nakano seasoned rice vinegar. Each coupon $.50