White Wine Substitutes

What is a white wine substitute? Grape juice makes a suited substitute for white wine, but many other white wine substitutes are listed in our table... even water can substitute for white wine in a pinch. Looking for a substitute for white wine? You've come to the right place to find a white wine substitute.

There are many different kinds of white wine products and many are used in marinating, cooking and even baking. Use this table to find a proper substitute for white wine. Whichever type of white wine is called for in your recipe, you should find a suitable substitute in the table below.

White Wine Substitutes

Amount Substitute
White Wine substitute 1 Cup 1 Cup of White Grape Juice
*OR* 1 Cup of Chicken Broth or Beef Broth in meat recipes
*OR* 1 Cup of Fruit Juice mixed with 2 teaspoons of vinegar in cooking
*OR* 1 Cup of Water

Please note that a white wine substitute may alter the final outcome of your recipe in either taste, texture, moisture or smell. But, in the case of substituting for white wine, since most recipes allow the alcohol to burn off anyways, it will not make a huge difference. What you really need to make sure of is that you replace the liquid called for in the recipe. And, since most of these options for a white wine substitute are non-alcoholic then you are also replacing the alcohol in your recipe.

For more information on the shelf life of wine visit our wine page. For more information on the shelf life of beer visit our beer page and for more information on other alcohol products visit our liquor page.

A note regarding Substitutions...

Using these substitute suggestions may slightly alter the taste, texture or appearance of your resulting recipe. However, we recommend these substitutions as similar replacement ingredients when the original ingredients are unavailable.