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7 Ways To Cook With Wine For Sukkot!

7 Ways To Cook With Wine For Sukkot!

Danielle Renov is bringing you 7 perfect Sukkot recipes using the brand new Tuscanini cooking wine!


By cooking with fine wine, you’ll elevate your dish to “restaurant level.” It’s the secret to a good roast and many other dishes.


You should never cook with a wine that you wouldn’t drink.


Tuscanini premium Italian red and white cooking wines come in elegant glass bottles bottled in Modena from grapes of the Piedmont region. This product is the perfect savory addition to any chicken or meat dish.


Enjoy these recipes for dinners, Shabbat, or Sukkot!


  1. Tuscan White Bean Soup by Danielle Renov
    I love a soup that has all the elements of a meal combined into one beautiful pot! This soup has tons of flavor and is filling and comforting but still light and fresh. You can keep it pareve, go dairy by adding some grated Parmesan cheese, or go meat by adding in some shredded rotisserie chicken. However you choose to do it, you can’t go wrong!

  2. Chicken Tuscanini by Danielle Renov
    I love a good chicken cacciatore, “hunter’s chicken” in Italian. It’s a throw everything you have into a pan and little cook for a long time until all the flavors blend together into 1 bowl of deliciousness. One Friday, I was making my own version out of whatever I had in my house and the dished morphed into a list of TUSCANINI’S GREATEST HITS of ingredients. So the dish got an upgrade in flavor and a new name befitting its superb quality of ingredients! It has quickly become a staple in my house and is the perfect holiday chicken recipe!

  3. Caramelized Fennel and Braised Chicken by Danielle Renov
    There is just something so right about sitting in the sukkah surrounded by slow cooked, fall-off-the-bone, saucy foods. This is all of that plus deliciousness. Make sure to serve it alongside rice, mashed potatoes or with some good bread because the flavor the wine adds to the sauce is so good, you’re going to want to have something to sop it all up with!

  4. Braised Brisket and Gnocchi by Danielle Renov
    Two words. CROWD. PLEASER. You’re Welcome.

  5. Red Wine Caramelized Stewed Apples by Danielle Renov
    Is it perfect for Rosh Hashanna because of the apples – YES. Of course it is. But it’s so good you’re going to want to make it all year long.

  6. Red Wine Braised Short Ribs by Danielle Renov
    I don’t know of a person that doesn’t love a perfectly cooked, melt-in-your-mouth, super savory and delicious short rib. These only seem intimidating because of how delicious they look. In reality, they are one of the easiest, almost no-fail, meats you can make and serve!

  7. Creamed Spinach by Danielle Renov
    I’m not a huge side dish person normally, but there’s something about really really good creamed spinach that I can not resist. Serve it alongside any of your holiday meats, underneath a freshly fried, perfectly crisp piece of schnitzel or just eat it out straight out of the pot!