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Bertollia Marinara With Burgundy Wine Pasta Sauce 24 Oz

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The Bertolli Vineyard Marinara with Mushroom Wine Sauce enhances all of your Italian-inspired dishes. It's made from 100 percent olive oil. This sauce jar also includes burgundy wine and marinara.

Bertolli Marinara with Burgundy Wine Sauce:
Bertolli Marinara With Burgundy Wine Pasta Sauce 24 oz:
  • Our Tuscan Tradition, Your Go-To Pasta Sauce
  • Prepared with Vine-Ripened Tomatoes-delicious red sauce starts with sun-kissed tomatoes
  • Made with a Few Key Ingredients- juicy tomatoes are accented with garlic, onion, and basil
  • Cooked Lightly with Olive Oil- this simple technique locks in layers of flavor
  • Taste The Tuscan Difference

    Ingredients:

    Ingredients: Tomato Puree (Water, Tomato Paste), Diced Tomatoes in Juice [Diced Tomatoes, Tomato Juice, Calcium Chloride (Firming Aid), Citric Acid], Wine, Onions, Sugar, Olive Oil, Salt, Garlic, Spices.

    Directions:

    Instructions: Heat and serve with pasta, meats, or seafood. Refrigerate after opening.

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    Specifications

    Food Form
    Solid
    Brand
    Bertolli
    Assembled Product Weight
    2.3 lbs
    Model
    21932
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
    3.39 x 3.39 x 6.65 Inches

    Nutrition Facts

    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size0.5 cup
    Servings Per ContainerABOUT 5
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories80.0 Cal
    Calories From Fat20.0 Cal
    % Daily Value
    Total Fat2g3%
    Saturated Fat0.0 g0.0
    Trans Fat0.0 g
    Cholesterol0.0 mg0.0
    Sodium400.0 mg17.0
    Total Carbohydrate14g5%
    Dietary Fiber1.0 g4.0
    Sugars13.0 g
    Protein3.0 g
    Vitamin A25.0
    Vitamin C35.0
    Calcium4.0
    Iron8.0

    (-) Information is currently not available for this nutrient.

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:**

    ** Percent Daily Values listed below are intended for adults and children over 4 years of age. Foods represented or purported to be for use by infants, children less than 4 years of age, pregnant women, or lactating women shall use the RDI's that are specified for the intended group provided by the FDA.

    Calories: 2,000 2,500
    Total Fat Less than 65g 80g
    Sat. Fat Less than 20g 25g
    Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300mg
    Sodium Less than 2400mg 2400mg
    Potassium 3500mg 3500mg
    Total Carbohydrate 300g 375g
    Dietary Fiber 25g 30g

    Calories per gram:

    Fat 9Carbohydrate 4Protein 4

    Customer Reviews

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    Most helpful positive review
    A MERLOT BY ANY OTHER NAME, IS NOT A BURGUNDY...
    This is the same great tasting sauce that I have been using for years. The label changed over time from 'Made with Burgundy Wine", to "Made with Merlot Wine". I suspect the reason being the wine used is not from the Burgundy area of France, and has been pointed out too Bertolli from someone. But the picture displayed in the Walmart add, shows "Burgundy Wine", when it arrived here, I unwrapped it and it says "Merlot Wine", on the label. No problem here, but the photo needs to be changed before someone squawks about false advertising.
    Most helpful negative review
    1 customers found this helpful
    How do you spell Bleeachh?
    I have been shopping at health food stores and trader joe for the past couple of decades. I am used to really good organic $6 jars of marinara. My neighbor gave me this jar of sauce because they were moving. OMG I couldn't believe the disgust. I did make a sauté of yellow squash, shiitake mushrooms, and kale to top the sauce and gnocchi. THIS SAUCE DESTROYED IT! I think it was the amount of sugar that was added? I ended up throwing away the half empty jar because no way was I going to use it again. BLEACHHHH!
    Most helpful positive review
    A MERLOT BY ANY OTHER NAME, IS NOT A BURGUNDY...
    This is the same great tasting sauce that I have been using for years. The label changed over time from 'Made with Burgundy Wine", to "Made with Merlot Wine". I suspect the reason being the wine used is not from the Burgundy area of France, and has been pointed out too Bertolli from someone. But the picture displayed in the Walmart add, shows "Burgundy Wine", when it arrived here, I unwrapped it and it says "Merlot Wine", on the label. No problem here, but the photo needs to be changed before someone squawks about false advertising.
    Most helpful negative review
    1 customers found this helpful
    How do you spell Bleeachh?
    I have been shopping at health food stores and trader joe for the past couple of decades. I am used to really good organic $6 jars of marinara. My neighbor gave me this jar of sauce because they were moving. OMG I couldn't believe the disgust. I did make a sauté of yellow squash, shiitake mushrooms, and kale to top the sauce and gnocchi. THIS SAUCE DESTROYED IT! I think it was the amount of sugar that was added? I ended up throwing away the half empty jar because no way was I going to use it again. BLEACHHHH!
    1-5 of 41 reviews

    A MERLOT BY ANY OTHER NAME, IS NOT A BURGUNDY...

    This is the same great tasting sauce that I have been using for years. The label changed over time from 'Made with Burgundy Wine", to "Made with Merlot Wine". I suspect the reason being the wine used is not from the Burgundy area of France, and has been pointed out too Bertolli from someone. But the picture displayed in the Walmart add, shows "Burgundy Wine", when it arrived here, I unwrapped it and it says "Merlot Wine", on the label. No problem here, but the photo needs to be changed before someone squawks about false advertising.

    Fantastic sauce and low in sodium.

    I started making my own Marinara/Spaghetti Sauces. I am on a low sodium diet and in my small town I find it difficult to locate a commercial sauce that is not "LOADED" with salt. I ran across Bertolli Vineyard Marinara with Merlot Wine Sauce. I usually add a nice Merlot to my home made sauce anyway so since this sauce was much lower in sodium than any commercial sauces available to me and already had the wine in it I thought I would give it a try. Fantastic! Now I must say, I do make a superb Italian Red Sauce with fresh herbs and homemade sodium free tomato sauce made from my garden. I can my own tomato sauce with lemon juice rather than canning salt. I was running short of my own ingredients and I dumped in a jar of the Bertolli Vineyard Marinara with Merlot Wine Sauce into my huge pot of Italian sauce. I served it to my wife on spaghetti noodles that night. My wife said, "I didn't think you could improve on your sauce but I think this is the best you have ever made". My home made Italian Red Sauce now has a new in ingredient, "Bertolli Vineyard Marinara with Merlot Wine." For most people the Bertolli Vineyard Marinara with Merlot Wine Sauce is all you need. I just reduce the sodium by diluting it with my sodium free homemade sauce and I have found a healthy winner. Unbelievable taste and a low sodium substitute. No one has figured out it isn't full of salt they just compliment me on a fantastic sauce. Way to go Bertolli !!!!!

    Amazing Sauce! Best on the market

    I tried this sauce once last year and I've been hooked every since. I am a tomato addict and I search the shelves for low sodium high powered tomato based sauces for my at home pasta dishes and this is it. I promise you will love it...This is a Keeper in my pantry❤️

    I love this and it's a product that should be on most pastas

    This sauce is one that change the way I looked at pasta. Pasta was a dish I would eat every two months but now I want it once a week

    awesome

    tastes great and is thick and perfectly seasoned! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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    1-3 of 4 questions
    by ValerieAugust 30, 2017


    Last answer: August 31, 2017
    1. Hi Valerie - you will need about 6 lb of tomatoes, once prepped that would equal about 10 cups. Use Roma tomatoes for thicker sauce and slicing tomatoes for thinner sauce, or both! Enjoy.
    by Mrs.Wages
    1 Answer
    Last answer: August 31, 2017

    by JosephSeptember 8, 2016


    Last answer: October 8, 2017
    1. I just had the same problem They show a sell unit of 3 and you actually receive one jar. I have contacted them and hope they will resolve the issue, either by price or single jar versus a sell unit.
    by mak20
    1 Answer
    Last answer: October 8, 2017

    by Kathy47591July 18, 2016


    Last answer: July 20, 2016
    1. The link you provided is to a case of 6 individual packages.
    by Mrs.Wages
    1 Answer
    Last answer: July 20, 2016

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