Take an s.g. now- if it's under .996 it's probably done. If it's over that, it may or may not be done- depends on what you started with. If you bottle with wine bottles and corks and it's not done, it'll blow the corks on you.
If it's done, and you want to bottle, you need to degas. See the post below for how to degas.
For future reference, wine takes a long time as a rule. I bottle 8 months to a year after I start one, usually. For this wine, it's alot quicker, but never less than 3 months from start to bottling.
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