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Old 02-24-2007, 07:19 PM   #1
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This wine is awesome! I tried a rather large glass from the bottom of the carboy. It was cloudy but so good. I think it is ready to drink now but I will wait.I ended up with 30 bottles.

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Wow- that is beautiful! Such a great color. I bottled some beautiful apple wine today (no pics, though) but I did a motley assortment of bottles and it isn't nearly as gorgeous as what you have there.

Thanks for sharing your pics!

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Old 02-24-2007, 10:01 PM   #3
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Wow- that is beautiful! Such a great color. I bottled some beautiful apple wine today (no pics, though) but I did a motley assortment of bottles and it isn't nearly as gorgeous as what you have there.

Thanks for sharing your pics!
Thank you for the kind words.
I bet your apple wine is fantastic. How long did it sit before you bottled it? My two gallon batches have just started getting clear and it's been about 7 weeks. I noticed today that they are no longer suitable for photography props.
I figure they will need another 4 or 5 months before bottling.
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Old 02-24-2007, 10:35 PM   #4
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Thank you for the kind words.
I bet your apple wine is fantastic. How long did it sit before you bottled it? My two gallon batches have just started getting clear and it's been about 7 weeks. I noticed today that they are no longer suitable for photography props.
I figure they will need another 4 or 5 months before bottling.
My apple wine was incredibly quick- only about 4 or 5 months from ferment to bottle. I bottled it dry, at .996. It is really tasty- a bit tart but still a good bit of apple flavor. My dandelion wine, however is another story. I fined it to help clear it finally, and racked it again today. The dandelion tastes fine, but there is no way it's ready to bottle yet. I bet it'll keep throwing less for a while. I might need to sweeten that one a bit- it's at .992 and way too dry for that type of wine. I think I 'll let it sit a bit and see what I think in the spring.

I think your apple wine would still be photography worthy. Go ahead and take a pic and let me see!
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Old 02-24-2007, 11:21 PM   #5
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But......it isn't white.

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Old 02-24-2007, 11:22 PM   #6
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But......it isn't white.
OK. OK.
I just bottled my pink zin...
Better???
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mmm...looks de lish! i havnt tryed making a zin yet. yet! we got 15 gallons of concord grape wine in it 7th month going right now! cant wait!

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Absolutely Gorgeous!
Three thumbs up!

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PS Now I am very thirsty.
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I just opened a bottle to give it a try. It's been a month and the directions say it should be ready. I thought it tasted pretty good but when I turned around and looked at SWMBO, I thought she had tasted rat poison. I hope it improves over the next few months or I'm going to have to drink 29 more bottles of wine by myself...

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The wine looks good for sure, but I'm impressed by your corking abilities. All of my corks stick out 1/4 to 3/8 of and inch and everyone of them is slanted on the top. I bought a used wing-type corker, but cannot get them corks flush or even.


The wines that I make for SWMBO are kit wines and drinkable in 4 weeks. I'm not much of a wine maker I guess, but this stuff is good.

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