could one of you knowlegeable folks help me please? i'm not a wine person, drink it rarely and like it seldom ( beer being a different story, here in microbrew heaven. northfork tall toad rocks!). reliable utility cooking wines-preferrably a brand that can be found at the supermarket- are what i'm looking for. up until now i've been using whatever burgundy and chardonnay are on sale. chardonnay is specifically called for in a recipe i only use once a year, but the red can be anything thats round and fat and not icky sweet and doesn't taste like gasoline. again, these won't be for drinking, but should i take a slash as i stand over the stove i dont want to have all my teeth leap out of my mouth either.