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Old 09-16-2012, 03:22 PM   #1
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Default Black walnut leaf wine

I've read some interesting things about black walnut leaf, so I was thinking of trying to make a wine from them. I have a couple large black walnut trees nearby. I'm thinking a mix of sucanat, rapunzel, cane sugar and a hint of molasses for the sweeteners, and perhaps some honey. Perhaps two one gallon ferments to start it off. What do you think?

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Old 09-16-2012, 04:33 PM   #2
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The juglone (5-hydroxy-alphanapthaquinone) toxin occurs in the leaves, bark and wood of walnut ...
http://ohioline.osu.edu/hyg-fact/1000/1148.html
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Thanks, I'd seen that, it seems they're more saying its a growth inhibitor for plants and possibly humans might be allergic. Other sources such as the Peterson's plant guides mention dermatitis but list a number of valid and traditional uses, and mention some studies on juglone showing it has strong pain relieving properties.

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I have a gallon that's aged over a year now, will try it soon... It's always intimidated me because it is as dark as a stout. :/

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American mead maker mag has a recipe for making green walnut wine, but its to late to get the green walnuts, they have to be unripe enough to stick a needle all the way thru before they harden up, I think Bastille day is the day they pick, WVMJ

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My initial reaction was that of David. I know that you can not use saw dust from black walnut trees for barns with horses.

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