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Old 04-18-2013, 01:00 AM   #1
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Hello...I am thinking about ordering the Alexanders Muscat juice concentrate to make a batch of Moscato wine. I read a forum where after making the wine, the guy carbonated it to turn it from Moscato to Moscato D'Asti which is really what im looking for. However, I have only make wine from Winexpert kits which have included step by step instructions. I am not sure when to add the necessary chemicals or what I will need. Anyone have a good recipe to follow? Any help would be great!

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Old 04-18-2013, 09:46 AM   #2
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I do not know if this would interest you Selection Millennium Sparkling Wine kit , http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sourc..._8x0O5UMOb3w0A , but you could likely use the instructions as a guideline as you make your sparkling Moscato. Also, WE recently released a Moscato kit.


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When you say WE do you mean WineXpert? And where can I buy this kit at?

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Hello...I am thinking about ordering the Alexanders Muscat juice concentrate to make a batch of Moscato wine. I read a forum where after making the wine, the guy carbonated it to turn it from Moscato to Moscato D'Asti which is really what im looking for. However, I have only make wine from Winexpert kits which have included step by step instructions. I am not sure when to add the necessary chemicals or what I will need. Anyone have a good recipe to follow? Any help would be great!

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Actually, if you have kept the instructions from your winexpert kit, they make a great guid for doing a non-kit wine.
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When you say WE do you mean WineXpert? And where can I buy this kit at?

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Yes, it is called World Vineyard California Moscato, and you should be able to find it at your favorite WE source. It was just released in March.
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Ok so I bought the Moscato WE kit. I have read some articles that say that you may want to spike the sugar content before force carbonating. Will I still want to do this using the WE kit? The kit also says to wait a month before drinking so do I want to age the wine in the carboy for a month and then force carbonate or should I force carbonate then age a month? Thanks!
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I would reccomend making the kit 'as is' the first time around. That way you have a basis for comparison when you tweek the next one.

Also, I would age it, then carb. :-)


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