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Old 01-01-2014, 08:38 AM   #11
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After my initial review at the top of this thread back in May, I stashed a bottle away for Xmas, which we drank last night. All I can say is wow Leaving it 6 months has made it even better.

Can also recommend the Beaverdale Chardonnay kit, which produces another cracking white. I've tried some of the reds too, and whilst they're OK, I wouldn't say the results are as good as the whites, which in my opinion are as good as any sub-£10 bottle of wine I've ever bought.
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I have done this kit several times always with good results. its a good early drinker probably even better after 3 months but has never made it that far.
I put this straight into 5ltr bags and always have one in the fridge.

Made a bit of a mistake on my last batch and bagged it too early resulting in the wine not being as clear is I have made it before, but this does not effect the taste and still a nice easy drinker.

I do prefer the taste of the Kenridge pinot which is very nice early and just gets better and better!
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Just bottled my Beaverdale Pinot Grigio today and it has a lovely taste already. This was my first ever Beaverdale and I followed the recipe to the letter. It cleared within a week of finishing the process and has an amazing clarity.
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Just bottled my Beaverdale Pinot Grigio today and it has a lovely taste already. This was my first ever Beaverdale and I followed the recipe to the letter. It cleared within a week of finishing the process and has an amazing clarity.
Nice to hear that the whites hold up to the reds. Not really into white myself but.....
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