Originally Posted by lorenae
Wine can ferment very slowly- your hydrometer might be right. What yeast did you use, and what was your recipe? (I know you've posted it before, but I can't remember) You might have had a very high s.g. to begin with.
Don't add sorbate until it's completely done. Check the s.g. weekly, it should still be coming down. The fermentation might not be stuck- it might be slow. If it's stuck, we can help you restart fermentation.
Well when i placed it in the secondary the next day, it was completly stopped, im not sure why, I added my sorbate and camden yesterday, the SG was probably still really high because i did add three pounds of sugar, one thing of orange juice, and about three poinds of bananas.
On a side note I just put pina colada mix, bananas, sugar, and some orange juice in a crock pot and let it boil for 5 hours straight to get all of the flavor out, the sg was only about 1.5 idk why thats pretty low.
What do you think about this? Also I tried the first banana wine and I think it taste great unsweetened.