4.Cooked food into which wine was mixed, but is not recognizable [as an
independent entity] does not become forbidden when touched by a non-Jew.
This applies even when it has not boiled.
5. Diluted wine - i.e., wine diluted to the extent that there is six times
as much water as wine - [is no longer subject to these prohibitions]. The
wine is considered as nullified, and the mixture is not forbidden if
touched by a non-Jew. However, raisin wine - i.e., wine created by pouring
water over raisins - is considered wine.
6. Temed - i.e., water which is poured over grape seeds and wine dregs -
[is governed by the following rule:] as long as the resulting mixture is
tasty enough to be drunk, it is subject to the same prohibitions.