Just Add Wine with Gourmet Dip Mixes and More by Wine Seasonings

Wine Seasonings, a Wisconsin-based company, has created a variety of food mixes that make entertaining with wine easy.

Milwaukee, WI, September 15, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Cooking with wine is almost as easy as drinking it thanks to a Waukesha, Wisconsin company called Wine Seasonings. The founder of Wine Seasonings came up with the idea of “just add wine” dips, marinades, soups, bread mixes and more. Wine Seasonings gift boxes ship nationwide from Wisconsinmade.com, an online gourmet food and gift store. “Wine seasonings are an appealing concept because they are easy to prepare yet sophisticated enough to serve at a dinner party or a wine tasting,” says Wisconsinmade.com owner Linda Remeschatis, “The dips and marinades will be a popular option for entertaining this season.”

About Wine Seasonings:
Barbara Tewes Berndt, the founder of Wine Seasonings, attended wine trade shows and noticed an absence of products to help people cook with wine. “People like our products, especially the dips, because they are simple to make,” says Barbara, “and they have fun flavors like cranberry tarragon and sundried tomato that you can’t find in the grocery store.” The dips only require a splash of wine, a container of sour cream or cream cheese, and the Wine Seasoning packet. For more ideas for cooking with wine, each Wine Seasonings purchase includes a recipe booklet filled with alternative uses for Wine Seasonings. For example, cooks can add extra wine to leftover dip to make salad dressing or a topping for baked potatoes. People with all levels of kitchen experience will enjoy this versatile gift.

About Wisconsinmade.com:
Lifelong Wisconsin resident Linda Remeschatis founded Wisconsinmade.com in 1999. The online gift store showcases over 2,500 products made with pride and passion by more than 250 Wisconsin artisans. For the past 12 years, visitors have counted on Wisconsinmade.com for Wisconsin food, crafts, art, clothing and more. The artisans of Wisconsinmade.com are characterized by a pioneering spirit, pride in their home state and a dedication to their craft or trade.
Linda Remeschatis
Amanda Maurer