I have a batch of blueberry wine that I started on the 12th of Sept.
It finished fermenting on the ale pale on the 19th
I removed the bags of blueberries on the 24th
I left in the ale pale (out of lazieness)
Transferred to carboy last night and saw that there were some white spots on the top of the wine.
I don't think it is mold but I could be wrong.
The temp in my house has been around 65 and not humid.
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It definitely looks like mold to me. Did you use any campden tablets, either at the beginning, or when transferring? If you didn't, I'd get some campden NOW and crush 5 tablets and dissolve them in 1/4 hot water and pour that into the carboy.
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