Bonapeti.com»Tips»What Herbs are Added in Wine?

What Herbs are Added in Wine?

EvgeniaEvgenia
MasterChef
2412211
Nadia Galinova
Translated by
Nadia Galinova
What Herbs are Added in Wine?

Herbal wine is a type of wine that is made with herbs, spices or other material of plant origin. It can be made with any type of grapes, but is most often made with white grapes.

There are many different recipes for herb wine, and the taste can vary depending on the herbs and spices used.

Some common herbs and spices used in making herbal wine are:

- rosemary;

- thyme;

- sage;

- lavender;

- mint;

- a clove.

The use of herbs in wine is traditionally done for flavor and health reasons. In addition, it can be said that herbs such as lemon balm, hibiscus or ginger can also be used in making the wine.

You can also leave the finished wine overnight in the fridge with your favorite herbs and fruits. Rosemary, basil and thyme are some of the herbal flavors you can put into wine.

You will need different herbs and citrus fruits to add to get a more unconventional taste.

You will be impressed with the result and you can make unique Sangria.

See what you need to know about sugar in wine.

Facebook
Favorites
Twitter
Pinterest

Rating

5
Votes: 1
51
40
30
20
10
Give your rating:

Comments

Send