So I will be upfront about it. I am VERY new to making wine. I normally brew beer but have finally decide to branch out into wine making.
I have made a couple of batches of red wine. I don't make it from the grapes, I go to a local store and buy 6 gallons of juice.
I have quite a bit of red and was thinking about doing a white (possible a chardonnay). I was talking to some other wine-makers and they warned me about it being very hard to get clarity with the wine. One guy told me he tried to make a batch of white and when it was all said and done it was very cloudy. It tasted alright but when pouring a glass you would think twice about drinking it.
I haven't started the batch just yet, I was hoping to get more clarification of what this cloudiness is, and how can I avoid it?
Any help would be great!!