This was my first attempt at wine and only my second attempt at anything home brew. The instructions that came with the kit were foolproof and I followed then to the letter. I started off with an initial S.G. of 1.090 and after going through 27 days of fermenting, degassing, stabilizing, clarification and filtering I ended up with a final S.G. of .992 which I think works out at 13%. The instructions say that it's ready for drinking straight away and it will keep for up to 6 months if stored correctly. Now, my LHBS told me that it should make the equivalent of a Â£10 bottle of wine. This was a bit of a claim when you consider you can get a bottle of Oyster Bay for Â£9.99 and as it turns out, it's not in the same ball park. I would class it as a decent Â£5 Sauvignon Blanc, which isn't too bad considering that it cost around Â£1.50 a bottle to make. The things that let it down slightly are the lack of any noticeable smell when it's poured into the glass and the flavor could do with being a bit stronger. Other than that I'm really pleased with it and I'll make it again. Might hold back some of the grape juice next time until fermentation is complete and then add it back to see if it gives the flavor a bit of a boost.