Tonight, I was making salmon for dinner. The recipe called for some white wine. We didn’t have any. After searching the fridge, I found half a bottle of Boone’s Farm Apple Blossom wine (the Civee enjoys wine coolers every now and then).
Rather than being a “white” wine, the Boone’s was a shade of green. But it had many of the other critical elements of the wine ingredient, so I used it. And the salmon was pretty tasty, with a hint of sweet apple.
So take it from the King- you can substitute Boone’s for normal wine. But if you’re not in college, you may have a tough time explaning what the bottle of Boone’s is doing in your fridge.