I was pleasantly surprised. It had a lighter taste and was very smooth. For a cheaper wine, it didn't have that aftertaste that leaves you thirsty. And, it didn't give me a headache. I would definitely recommend. I give it 4 out of 5 corks.
For those who know me, I am not a big meat eater. I especially don't enjoy cooking meat. But, when you are married to a meat eater, you have to figure out something. I don't eat meat on the bone, ribs, wings, etc. I eat a burger once every few months. I can manage eating chicken, but absolutely cannot touch it raw. I learned this the hard way. As a newlywed, I tried to cook a chicken casserole using full raw chicken breasts. I prepared and cooked it, but was so sick by the end that I left it on the counter for my husband to eat. I promptly went to bed.
So, I have figured out some work arounds. I often purchase the Tyson white meat chicken in the pouch. It is already fully cooked. Because I don't like the texture of it right out of the pouch, I do put it in a skillet to get it more shredded and to make it drier. (At this point, I am sure you feel sorry for my husband...)
This weekend, I made a chicken, broccoli, pasta, and cheese casserole. After shredding and drying out the chicken, I cooked penne pasta. I steamed the pre-packaged broccoli. I mixed this all together with a little cheddar cheese and poured it in a Pyrex cooking dish. I topped it with the chicken and more cheese. I heated it at 400 degrees until it was brown and bubbly. I thought it was yummy. My husband asked for more meat to be included next time..... Baby steps.