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Old 06-13-2010, 02:14 PM   #11
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I was thinking the same thing, my mother in law loves wine, but can only drink a small amount of rose or a white, however she loves red but it gives her headaches. I would like to produce a oure "organic" plum wine or even an apple cider or a mead with no sulphites.


Also what about making wine from a kit and not using sulphites? how can I get away with it?
Sure, you can do that. It won't keep as long, but it'll still be good.

(Most people really aren't allergic to sulfites, even if they think they are, but that's another long story. If you don't want to use them, you definitely don't have to. They are found naturally in wines, even in organic wines with "no sulfites added" They are found naturally in beer, too).
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Old 06-13-2010, 09:05 PM   #12
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Sure, you can do that. It won't keep as long, but it'll still be good.

(Most people really aren't allergic to sulfites, even if they think they are, but that's another long story. If you don't want to use them, you definitely don't have to. They are found naturally in wines, even in organic wines with "no sulfites added" They are found naturally in beer, too).
I guess, what I am asking is, can I make a wine that will last many years without sulphites? OR for that matter how long does a wine last with sulphites? and how can you make it last longer?
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