Category Archives: Beginning Winemaking Information

Homemade Sweet Potato Wine Recipe

Why sweet potato wine? Well, why not sweet potato wine? In addition to grapes and various fruits, i.e. strawberries, blackberries, apple, mango, etc., it seems you can ferment just about anything and make an alcoholic substance out of it. I’ve … Continue reading

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Homemade Fruit Concentrate Wine Recipe

One of Mr. Scribbles’ projects, he’s made this wine a couple of times before. It is a refreshing, fruity, slightly sweet wine that is okay to drink young, but becomes really tasty once it ages for at least a year … Continue reading

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January 2013 RJ Spagnols En Primeur NZ Pinot Noir Kit

This was the kit that I mentioned here, and said I wouldn’t start it until I updated my blog. Well, as you can see, I lied. Well, would you wait? No, you wouldn’t… 1/26/13 Started the kit per the instructions. … Continue reading

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Mango Wine… What’s New?

Wine, wine wine… Things have been busy here at Wine Scribbles, although not when it comes to wine. And who really cares about anything else? Here’s the latest with the mango wine: I racked it off of the fine lees … Continue reading

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Time to Rack the Wine…

“We need to rack the wine this weekend,” said my husband, David. “Track the time?” I replied, puzzled. “Crack the rhyme… what?” “No,” he said, trying unsuccessfully to hide his snicker, “RACK the WINE.” David has two wines in carboys … Continue reading

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