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Old 08-01-2012, 01:05 AM   #11
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Default watering your fermentation

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Originally Posted by sashurlow View Post
I aggree with the ease of going on the must, but I wonder about adding water to wine. I'm wondering if you get better flavor with juice alone.

Many people do not add water to their fermentation, even raspberries, and will argue that all fruit is much preferred. You can learn to use additives instead of water to balance the acids and end up with a well-balanced, fabulous full-bodied fruit wine.


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