Just thought I'd pip in that at ÃÂ£1.75 a litre - enough for a gallon. it's still cheaper than ÃÂ£3.00 for the grape concentrate that still only...
All gone now :-(
Me to - The port, not the tomato wine :nono:
I have loads of Sloe port which is basically homebrewed, not so good red wine, added to the sloes...
I've not made the Cider but have wine and I found the taste dissipates quite quickly with age and after about 6 months it's still nice wine but...
Ok thanks Dutto :thumb:
looks like a chance to highlight some successes here then
ok no takers on this line then :grin:
I have not g0t a clue what Bourru is? :-?
I could look really stupid asking but could you explain what it is please?
I have started experimenting with blending wines
I have found Elderberry and blackberry work well
Just wondering if others have had...
Good luck with this
TBH I find it better to make a blackberry and Elderberry seperately and then mix them. It all depends on the berry's,...
Not a Punch but My other half does the Sloe Gin. After the Gin she makes a sloe port using the same sloes, sugar and any red wine I've made that's...
I,m just about to try the a grapefruit as well - I had a beautiful Sauvignon blanc a few weeks ago and I thought it had definite Grapefruit taste....
a small amount of glycerin - this wont ferment
add gradually though
you could probably get a port wine from these - go to port recipe on this site - you will need to use a port yeast for this.
If you want a dry...
You should get 2 gallons of a good dry red from these but it will need a couple of years ageing.
I made a damson cream which is quite a nice...
I did one in 2012 which is now excellent
1tspoon tartic acid
Where the hell did you get those?
just between us :whistle:
I'd leave it and back sweeten if necessary
5 Chardonnay, 2 AJ wow, 3 Elderflower
For reds, they are worth doing but you need to do a mid to high range one - Beaverdale are always good. This is my experience.
I find the lower...
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