wine sauce

NOUN
  1. white or veloute sauce with wine and stock variously seasoned with onions and herbs; for fish or meat
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How To Use wine sauce In A Sentence

  • The spiced wine sauce was incredibly aromatic, highly nuanced thanks to the mixture of spices, and made a great match to the soft dates and creamy mascarpone.
  • Only when the venison and its wild mushroom galette and red wine sauce had disappeared did the banter resume.
  • I wished for some kick in the red-chile steak butter I asked for with my bison filet, as a substitute for the advertised port wine sauce.
  • I like the sound of the beef in red wine sauce.
  • I like the sound of the beef in red wine sauce.
  • With bacon, mushroom sauce, black pepper sauce, red wine sauce.
  • And the horseradish potato puree, braised greens, Maytag blue cheese and port wine sauce are also praiseworthy.
  • As was the red wine sauce, a meaty reduction that smacked of deglazed roasting pans. Belfast's top 10 budget eats
  • It was served in a wine sauce, with a small mound of stewed vegetables and three herbed potato dumplings.
  • When the waiter takes our order I opt for a seafood starter and, for the main dish, bull's tail in red wine sauce.
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