According to The Range website this kit, "brews a light, crisp and fruity, easy drinking, medium dry white table wine. This white wine features light apple and subtle floral notes, adding a pinch of citrus for a lingering finish. Why go to the shop to buy white wine for your friends, impress and delight them with your own". The kit was bought for me by a parent. She bought me this one and the Cider kit (despite me not even asking her to buy me any). Anyway, the kit comes as one big pouch and you cut across the top of the pouch to find a wet compartment, which contains the juice, and a dry compartment containing the yeast, oak chips, stabiliser, finings A+B sachets and instructions. You just pour the juice in, rinse out the packet a couple of times to make sure you get all of it, boil 5L of water, pour into FV and add the 3.5kg of sugar. I did this part a little differently. I boiled 5L in a pan and poured the sugar in there so I could be sure it'd all dissolved but I suppose everyone will do it differently. The instructions are really easy to follow and state that the kit should be ready for the stabiliser and finings after 7 days. I'll see how long it takes for it to ferment out and add it to the review but that'll depend on where you keep your FV. It all seems very straight forward for a wine kit. I'd say it's perfect for beginners hoping to gain an understanding, and getting confidence, with the whole brewing process through kits. I'll add more to the review about clearing and it's taste once it's finished fermenting. The instructions seem to suggest it can be all done in one bucket, even clearing, but I'll probably go away from the instructions and transfer the wine to another FV to de-gas and clear. All in all, it's a straightforward kit, which is what you would want as a beginner. I am interested to see how it turns out, and how it tastes, considering it is advertised on The Range website at Â£19.99 but you can't really complain when it'll work out at less than Â£1 a bottle.