- Mar 17, 2013
- Reaction score
- Ulverston Cumbria.
Yes I recently got 8 lires of WGJ on amazon for £24.21. Link here https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B013O6AV2I/?tag=skimlinks_replacement-20Not the cheapest but I got some from here
Yes Chippy. I made a gallon 1st to see how it would turn out then made another gallon which has about 2 days left to ferment. I dont drink myself but had a small taste and its a lovely flavor. There was hardly any foaming during fermentation which was super. The red grape juice has been dispatched today so i should have it tomorrow all being well.Did you use it all in two wines?
Thanks chippy. It was just over 3 and a half litres in each DJ after i added the sugar boiled in water. I must add apple in the next batch. Thanks for the link.Its up to you but you don't need to use 4 litres in each DJ i used to use 1 litre with a litre of another juice (apple etc) and the end product was fine, have a look at this - http://www.thehomebrewforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=49462
You can still get Wilko white grape juice concentrate (expensive as you need to use the full bottle in a 4.5 litre wine) - https://www.wilko.com/en-uk/wilko-white-grape-concentrate-220g/p/0067533
I inquired about the homebrew shop stuff. Its designed to enhance the wine. He told me one sachet does 1 gallon of wine. So for example if you are making a gallon of parsnip wine you would add the sachet to it.The home brew shop sell concentrate but it doesn't say how much you dilute it.
Ritchies 500ml White Grape juice concentrate
A basic additive juice originally aimed at country winemakers, although many people have found it makes excellent wine on its own. 500ml / 17.6 FL oz
How much DO you have to add? I've seen people say the whole bottle, others say the bottle dilutes to nearly 2l so only use ½Depending on how much concentrated juice you have to add to make it up a litre it can work out an expensive way to make wine as mentioned in my earlier post below -
The wilko version is a 220g and i believe you add the whole bottle.