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Substitute for Port

 What can I use as a substitute for port wine in a sauce? (The entree is beef tenderloin.)

 Port is simply a fortified, sweet red wine. Originally, it was produced in Portugal, and comes in several varieties, including the fancy vintage (which you would not use for cooking), tawny, and ruby.

Use any sweet red wine as a substitute in your recipe.

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