Any thoughts or suggestions for this please.
I'm not an experienced wine maker.
HAWTHORN BERRY WINE
1 gallon ripe hawthorn berries
6 oz. sultanas or raisins
2 1/2 Ib sugar
1 gallon water
1/2 oz. citric acid
Pour the boiling water over the berries and sultanas or raisins and when cool the berries will be soft enough to crush with your hands. Add a teaspoonful of pectozyme, a Campden tablet and the citric acid. Cover and leave for two days. Then stir in the sugar, nutrient and yeast, cover and ferment for four days; then strain and press and continue fermentation to make a slightly sweet table wine.
(Hawthorn Wine Recipe)
Winemaking Ingredients: Hawthorn Wine - Wine Making Guides
4 pints hawthorn berries
3 lb / 1,350 grams sugar
1 lb / 450 grams sultanas
Water up to 1 gallon
Winemaking Method: Hawthorn Wine - Wine Making Guides
Boil the hawthorn berries and place in fermentation bucket. Add the sultanas and sugar and stir vigorously to dissolve the sugar. When cool add the citric acid, yeast energizer and wine yeast. Cover and leave for five days in a warm place, stirring daily. Strain and put into a demijohn and fit an airlock to seal the jar.
Store in a warm place and allow the fermentation to work. When fermentation has ceased, rack the wine into a clean jar and place in a cooler environment and leave. When the wine is clear and stable siphon into bottles.