How Do You Make Wine?
What fruit can you use to make wine besides grapes that tastes good? What kind of grapes are used to make wine? How long does it take to make wine? How many grapes does it take to make wine? What is the exact process in making wine?
Great question. I've written a few hubs on wine making, still got some more to write up. I'm old fashioned in my wine making and many of the recipes I have go back to the 50's and 60's but still make wonderful wine. You can make wine out of almost anything, it's just matter of playing around with sugars and fruit to get the wine to your liking
My personal favorite fruit wine is Choke Cherry. It makes a tarter wine. Depends on your palate. If you like sweet wines then you might like one of the berry's. In my youth I tried to make dandelion wine, it is quite a pain as you have to gather a huge amount of dandelion flowers, and only the petals can be used so you have to separate all the rest. I felt that the effort was not worth the outcome as the wine had a bitter cast to it.
by big al. 7 years ago
i am waiting for my first wine making kit to finish fermenting, instructions say it is finished...after the bubbles have stopped going through the air lock,the wine has cleared and the reading on the hydrometer is 1002 for two consecutive days.the question is, the bubbles have stopped the reading...
by Yard of nature 8 years ago
A lot of people spend a lot of money killing and whacking dandelions. Others love the "weed" for their bright beauty, especially when they take over a field. In seed, they capture light and are wonders of geometry. Some people cook with them, some make wine (If you've never read Ray...
by davidkaluge 6 years ago
We have heard about the miracle where Jesus turned water to wine. People seem not to understand the type of wine that was made. Some said it was alcohol while some claim it was non-alcohol like fruit wine. I think a knowledge of the wine invoke at that time can give us an idea. Those that oppose...
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