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This depends on your application, but in general the answer is no, or not entirely. Rose hip tea lacks one thing that wine has: alcohol. Many flavors in food (notably tomatoes) are alcohol-soluble, and alcohol also is more volatile than water. So it helps extract more and better flavor from certain ingredients, and then a fraction of it evaporates, leaving ...


I'm in the same boat. Although I've never tried using rosehip tea as a substitute, and just by the taste, I think it would be better than many suggested wine substitutes (apple juice, red wine vinegar, balsamic vinegar), there are better substitutes. See What is a substitute for red or white wine in a recipe?. My recommendation is a nonalcoholic grape ...

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