Red Wine Jus

This is a versatile Red Wine Jus. It can be simply heated and used as is spooned over your favourite meat or reduced further, adding ingredients so you can create amazing sauces - see Chef Dean's video recipe for a delicious peppercorn sauce below.

All the hard work has been very carefully taken care of. We have simply made a quality reduction of our own blend of red wines, added it to our veal stock, and reduced for a further 12 hours. Buy Red Wine Jus knowing we never cut corners and only use fresh all natural ingredients with no additives.

Ingredients: Veal Bones, Fresh mirepoix*, (carrot, celery, onions) garlic, thyme, mushrooms, bay leaves, peppercorns, tomato paste and red wine reduction.

300gm pouch.

These products are shelf stable and must be refrigerated after opening.

Watch how Chef Dean Brewer makes an amazing Peppercorn Sauce using Red Wine Jus.

*What is Mirepoix? Although mirepoix sounds impressive (it’s pronounced, meer-pwah), it’s actually just a term for three commonly-used vegetables: carrots, celery, and onions.

Why does Mirepoix Have Such a Fancy Name?
The term mirepoix was coined by a renowned French chef to honour his patron, Charles-Pierre-Gaston-François de Lévis du Mirepoix. Charles du Mirepoix was a general from the town of Mirepoix, who was granted the title of Marshal of France for extraordinary military deeds. Aside from giving his name to an important ingredient in many dishes, he was also an ambassador of Louis XV.

Why does Mirepoix Have Such a Fancy Name?

The term mirepoix was coined by a renowned French chef to honour his patron, Charles-Pierre-Gaston-François de Lévis du Mirepoix. Charles du Mirepoix was a general from the town of Mirepoix, who was granted the title of Marshal of France for extraordinary military deeds. Aside from giving his name to an important ingredient in many dishes, he was also an ambassador of Louis XV.

Why does Mirepoix Have Such a Fancy Name?
The term mirepoix was coined by a renowned French chef to honour his patron, Charles-Pierre-Gaston-François de Lévis du Mirepoix. Charles du Mirepoix was a general from the town of Mirepoix, who was granted the title of Marshal of France for extraordinary military deeds. Aside from giving his name to an important ingredient in many dishes, he was also an ambassador of Louis XV.




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