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Old 03-18-2013, 03:00 PM   #11
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When it's done fermenting next week, I'm gonna let it sit a few days, rack it, let it sit rack and repeat till its clear and drink my friend who makes it does not even rack it he lets it sit a week or 2 to ferment then he pops the cap off and drinks
Your friend is a brave soul. I don't think I could drink it at all using that method. It would be GREEN tasting, very green. To each their own, but I couldn't do that on a bet.
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Old 03-18-2013, 06:08 PM   #12
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There is very little wine that I make that I would ever want to drink without any aging. It's incredible how much better it tastes after even just a few months.

Give some serious thought about letting it age, at least until it is clear.. although you should rack it into a glass container for aging, plastic is too oxygen permeable.

Hope it works it for you !

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Old 03-18-2013, 07:19 PM   #13
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There is very little wine that I make that I would ever want to drink without any aging. It's incredible how much better it tastes after even just a few months.

Give some serious thought about letting it age, at least until it is clear.. although you should rack it into a glass container for aging, plastic is too oxygen permeable.

Hope it works it for you !

Scott
I got some big glass jugs I can put it in
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