I thought i would do a review on this kit as i couldn't find no info on it before purchasing. I bought this kit as the Range have ran out of there Rose kit, this is the only kit i've used so can only compare it to this. Price was £19.99 and it comes in a can rather than a bag like the range, the instructions seemed straight forward, 3.5kg of tate & lyle sugar then add the wine juice, then yeast. There was no Oak chips in this kit. Left to ferment for 8 days, it certainly seemed more active than the range kit, fizzing quite well. I added the stabilizer and finnings as instructed, as my drill was not available i couldn't use my wand to degass but give it a good stir instead and left to clear for 8 days in a cool place. As i didn't have enough bottles i racked into a clean bucket, it was here i realised it was still cloudy. After searching the forum i bought some kwick clear, due to a mix up it was another 4 days before this arrived, i drew a sample before using to find the brew had cleared on its own, so that's approx 12 days to clear instead of my normal 2-3. During bottling i could see the wine was a lovely colour, much deeper red than the range kit which looks rusty compared to this. The wine is also very sweet, The range wine i have to add an extra 750g to get it sweet how the wife likes it so i'm glad i never added any more to this kit. The disappointing bit for me is it don't have that kick the range kit does. 1 bottle of that and your slurring your words lol. A hydrometer reading shows 120 and it 's in the black the bottling range ( Wilko Hydrometer) so i'm not sure what the alcohol % is but it seems very weak compared to the range brew. The smell is ever so slightly eggy in the bottle, but fine in the glass. I was dissapointed with the kit at first, but the colour looks amazing and if it was that little bit stronger i would purchase it over the range kit. I have just started a magnum rose wine kit from the love brewing site so will give a review on that when its done.