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wine making new at it - truongthanh - 06-29-2015 02:39 AM

hi was thinking of using fruit juices can i add the pectolase, and the nutrients before the yeast or can you add them later
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and whats the easiest way of using fresh fruit as i don't have the space for presses etc just wondered if you could just chop it up and add sugar water and strain it before adding yeast and things


RE: wine making new at it - truongthanh - 07-17-2015 12:48 AM

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I am looking at making a 4-5 gallon batch, raking twice. Would like to try for 12% alcohol content but with a little sweetness as well.

Any suggestions or tips would be appreciated.


RE: wine making new at it - Innkeeper - 07-17-2015 04:17 PM

Not a big fan of fruit wines, but you plan sounds good.