Originally Posted by kevinstan
Its not dry. I tried a glass with added sugar and the taste is still there. It taste nothing like dry wine. It's more of a strange residual flavor in the wine, take away all muscadine flavor. The good flavor is all gone and there is only this really odd stagnant taste left along with alcohol. I like dry wine and its for sure not dry. I also tried a glass with adding more conditioner to sweeten and that didn't work either. It's hard to explain the taste but it taste like something is wrong. I am guessing at this point that isn't normal. It tasted so good just 2 weeks ago before adding stabilizer and conditioner that I don't know what else it would be.
Kevin...can you take a SG reading on a sample? I do know that some feel conditioner can leave an odd taste. Though, if you never used k-meta/campden it is quite possible the wine underwent a spontaneous MLF, and sorbate added to a MLF wine typically will impart intense geranium odor (which some say can sometimes carry thru as an undescribable taste). Definitely let the bottles continue to age, try one in three months.
This is all bottled, right?