Originally Posted by roadymi
So quit teasing..........how were the other 3 tasting?
Those were awesome! I've decided to bottle them sometime in mid January. The crabapple is my favorite- it's fruity and dry and crisp like a pinot grigio with a slight apple-ish nose. Great legs, clarity, aroma, with a "clean" fruity finish. The crabapples were very tart-sweet last year, and I think that was the key.
The blackberry has a strong hint of tannin, but I didn't oak it. I think it will mellow into a fabulous wine in about 6-9 months.
The sauvignon blanc was exactly what it should be- dry and fruity with hints of melon and and a bit of grass. It's really a nice wine, too! I made it from frozen juice from Northern Brewer.