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Old 22-04-2017, 06:52 AM   #11
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i started this hobby with a winebuddy Merlot, and it was absolutely dreadful. Luckily I had always intended on making country wines, so it didn't put me off, but it did put me off kits until I found this forum.

The beaverdale nebbiolo is bottled, and initial taste is amazing. God knows what it will be like in 2-3 months. Will write a review when I get a minute.
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Old 10-05-2017, 08:48 PM   #12
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No contest, spend the extra, worth every penny. I always bag in box too, much easier and it keeps well.
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Old 06-08-2017, 03:30 PM   #13
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Good question, i don't bottle i bag and box but i always get 4 full 5 litre bags
with the cellar 7 kits.

I don't brew short with beaverdale or CC kits, they seem fine as they are.
What does the above mean when you say you do not brew short What about the dead yeast at the bottom you must lose some wine ?
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He means he doesn't start the wine with less water than the instructions say to add.

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Thanks yet again Chippy looks I have to start learning this new Language Its took me all of 40 years to get to learn Latin . And basic Malay as I live out there for half a year Doh now a other new one to learn
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No need to learn just ask usually someone can help.

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