ok, I know this is probably not a cool thing to do, but knowing nothing about wine, I decided to try a couple of batches and run them similar to my apfelwien. What can go wrong? right
Well, the "red" or concord grape and red star red wine yeast is chugging along nicely at 44 hours, and the "white grape" has done almost nothing. it bubbled a few times, and that's it. I tested the gravity just now, and it may have dropped from 1.063 to 1.062 or so, and there were a couple of bubbles in the must.
I did not add any sugar to either batch, and I noticed that there was some potassium something or another in the white, as I was dumping the last of 8 half gallons into the bucket. At this point, I should have done something, but I had already added the champagne yeast, so here we are.
Should I try again? or settle it out, keg it and have sparkling grape juice and a 20 dollar lesson?